Ahoi, I'm Marlen

Ahoi, I'm Marlen

Marlen Stahlhuth
freelance photographer // Nylon Mag, BLONDE Mag, INDIE Mag, VICE, adidas etc.
casting / photo production / visual concept creation / social media






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May I Introduce: COEXIST

Berlin Shopping

People in Berlin that are into fashion will always keep on looking for even crazier stuff and even more individual pieces than everyone else is wearing. That’s probably why most of them start wearing incredibly ugly clothes in order to still stand out from the crowd in this big city full of insane people. But if you’re looking for something that is seriously unique, I have the perfect recommendation for you.

The Coexist concept store in Friedrichshain has only opened in march, but can already show a lot of success. The two owners Indira Töreki and Anna Heise have met at Schwerin Design School, went to London together to work for Boy London, but then realised they wanted to do their own thing. So they founded their label Indyanna three years ago. In their designs and the way they lovingly made up the store you couldn’t see more obviously that they are all over the nineties.

Transparent fabrics, colourful fur, lots of glitter, tattoo chokers and crop tops all of that can be found at Coexist. If you enter the store, it feels like you have been taken back into your teenage bedroom. Besides passing on their own label to the rather young and extroverted public, their goal is to create a platform for young independent designers. Their really unique and hand-sewn pieces come from brands like Distressed Dolls, Typical Freaks, The Bronze Medal, ALLES Berlin and Lady Gonzalez. If you have never heard of any of those labels, you definitely have even more reason to check out the shop.

Coexist is as unique as it gets. One of their unique selling points and a main piece of the entire idea is to bring a piece of the London lifestyle to Berlin where people usually dress in a far more basic and clean way. And what can we's a always good to have a little London in your life. Even if you’re not as much into Britney Spears or the Spice Girls, it is still worth having a look at what real passion and ambition can make possible.

Also make sure to check out our favourite stores in Tokyo (DOG), Barcelona (GLINT) Moscow (KM20) etc.

text & photos: Lena Kammer

Nov. 23, 2014

Labels: On track, May I introduce