New to the vintage scene, Veist isn’t the most affordable, but the shop works mostly off of consignment, which produces a varied, impressive collection filled with pieces from Belgium, Italy, Austria, America and Germany. The white-walled minimalist cube of a shop brings you Texan-style embellished belts (€48), an amazing Milanese patchwork jacket (€220) and a long pleated GDR Olympic dancing skirt in a light peach colour – just to name a few. Veist feels refreshingly different from other stores hawking similar garb: it’s smallness gives it the feel of a carefully curated assemblage rather than someone’s entire vintage collection.
Selchower Straße 32, 12049 Berlin
Mon-Fri 14-20:00, Sat 12-18:00