Oh, how I adore Berlin and its stores. With their label called Odeeh, Otto Drögsler and Jörg Ehrlich stand for a now rare atelier tradition since 2008. The German label is the result of the designer duo’s different tempers that brings the complexity to every collection – be it the silhouettes or the range of materials. The vision created by Drögsler and Ehrlich is about a cool, eclectic aesthetic. Whether we’re speaking of a chic knee-lenght tapestry skirt or a baggy coat, Odeeh has you covered for every occasion, really. To truly experience Odeeh, it’s worth discovering their relatively new boutique in Berlin. Located in a well-hidden, old townhouse, the store clashes historical elements and ornaments with contemporary details, like lightbulb lamps or metal shelves. If you’re here, be sure to get your hands on one of those locally sourced homeware pieces!
Potsdamer Str. 81 (Haus J) / Berlin