Inside Greta&Luis
Inside Greta&Luis' new shop at Akazienstraße 7a
 

23 Jan. 2013

Greta&Luis with sixth store in Berlin


Greta&Luis has officially opened its sixth store in Berlin’s Akazienstraße 7a last week. The store, whose floor space covers over 160 square meters, offers clothes for women and men, as well as costume jewellery and home accessories. For years the Akazienstraße in Berlin Schöneberg has been home to one of the Great&Luis stores (in house number 22), now the new branch a few meters away serves as an extension of the existing shop.

The assortment ranges from smart and dressy over casual and cool to fancy and trendy, featuring premium-labels such as Iro, Rika, Tiger of Sweden, J. Lindberg and MW Matthew Williamson.

Apart from the new location, there are already five other Greta&Luis stores in Berlin in quarters such as Mitte, Prenzlauer Berg and Schöneberg. Each store has its own flair and is furnished aesthetically by ODAMA. The style of the new store at Akazienstraße is geared to the modern transferred Vintage-Chic and becomes thereby a place to feel comfortable.

Greta&Luis was founded in 2001 by Hildebert Lehmann and his partner Sylvia Uhlig. Their accompanying online shop www.gretaundluis.com was launched in 2010.

Menswear segment in the new shop
Menswear segment in the new shop



Verena Emig

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