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Where to go: BERLIN

As adidas Originals unveiled their 2017 EQT collection, Team Rezet went to Berlin to look at the launch, but we also had time to find our favorite spots in the cool city. Read on here and explore Dim Sum, sneakers and magazines - selected by Rezets womens director Frederikke Toftsø and photographer Philip Wettergren.



Yumcha Heroes
Looking for Berlins (maybe) best dim sum? Get moving towards Yumcha Heroes who make 'no fuss' Chinese food. Prices are good, portions are large and the decor is equal parts Berliner-cool and Chinese kitsch. Weinbergsweg 8, 10119 Berlin, Germany



Father Carpenter
Coffee In Berlin, the chances of good coffee are 50/50. So it’s nice to know the good spots where the coffee is pampered and the milk is not long-lasting. In a backyard in Mitte, Father Carpenter Coffee Brewers is serving up a very fine cup of coffee from a charming little shop. Enjoy it to-go or in the small courtyard. Münzstraße 21, 10178 Berlin, Germany



Voo store Berlin has plenty of great shopping, but one store stands out in our opinion. Voo Store combines high end fashion, sneakers, culture and a huge selection of books and magazines. The store is inspiringly decorated with large displays to explore. Even better - Companion Coffee is located in one end of the store, where you can drink a cup of coffee and eat a cake when the shopping energy is low. Oranienstraße 24, 10999 Berlin, Germany



Solebox Solebox is often cited as one of the best sneakershops in the world and their shelves speaks for itself with sneakers from adidas Consortium, Nike Lab, Yeezy and many more (and exclusive) brands. The shop is minimalistic in design and make products take the attention, along with the iconic sneaker-robot flipping kicks at the end of the store. Nürnberger Str. 14, 10789 Berlin, Germany



Do You Read Me? On a cozy little street in Berlin's Mitte district you find Do You Read Me? A small shop brimming with magazines and books on fashion, art, architecture, food, design and photography. It is a treasure trove of quirky publications about creativity and entrepreneurship, and despite the size of the room, you can spend hours browsing the shelves through. Auguststraße 28, 10117 Berlin, Germany