There are three things I love the most; traveling, eating and shopping. So when I have to travel to another city, I go and find some cool shops and nice places to eat to enjoy myself after the shoots and castings are done.
Hamburg is one of the places I have to work a lot, so I have some nice places to share. Of course you can find a shopping street with a Zara, H&M and a Berschka, but these shopping streets don’t give me the shopping experience I’m looking for when traveling. What makes me excited is an authentic Hamburg street with small little boutiques and cute coffee places. So this is where i go…
The street is called Eppendorfer Baum in the neighborhood Eppedorf. To get here you take the metro to Klosterstern or Eppendorfer Baum, this is on the blue U1 line.
D’or is a place I really love. As i’m usually not a fan of vintage, this is a place where i want to have all the vintage pieces they have. Super soft cashmere, beautiful pieces from Chanel to Prada and also bags to die for. They also sell some great antiques, the kind of antiques you will see on those perfect living rooms in magazine’s.
You will find D’or at the Eppendorfer Baum 6
Almost next door to D’or you’ll find Lidner. You better not be on a diet, because all the delicatesse they sell are so good. I recommend the macaroons!
Lindner is located at the Eppendorfer Baum 10.
The next stop must be Closed. This German fashion brand sells cosy knitwear and really good jeans and that perfect basic T-shirt thats always so hard to find. Closed Eppendorfer Baum 13.
When I need a nice gift I go to House of Fitz. Doesn’t matter who you need a gift
for, they have something for everyone.
Eppendorfer Baum 20
And then there’s Linette.. If you have some money to spend this is the perfect boutique to go. Leather Chloe bags, the perfect Isabel Marant blouse, J brand jeans, this is where you shop you’re fashion week proof look. Linette Eppendorfer Baum 19
As I love furniture, I have to check out Anamundi Haus. Designer furniture, lamps and accesories. I’m always wishing my suitcase was a bit bigger. Eppendorfer Baum 25
When you need a little break from shopping Little Cafe is the place to recharge! They don’t have a big selection to choose from, but what they serve is so good. Order one of there freshly baked pies, It’s like your grandma made it! Hegenstrasse 29
One of my other favorite shops is Liedloff. There selection of clothing is great, but also check out their jewelry! Hegenstrasse 19
The last hotspot I have to share is Mutterland. As I’m a big foody and love special jams, teas and chocolates, Mutterland is always my last stop when shopping in Eppendorf (as I bring to much to carry around while shopping 😉 )
Read Marie’s model hot spots in Paris here