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Cityzen by Azin transforms aerial views of cities into wearable art, taking inspiration from colors and patterns of the earth from above. Itpromotes global dialogue and diplomacy through fashion by transcending physical and mental borders believing that the arts bridge differences, technology reveals beauty, inter-connectivity leads to new discoveries, and taking the long view brings commonality into focus.

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Berlin Scarf_MCS

175.00

Digital print.

Material: 90% Modal and 10% Cashmere blend with eyelash fringes.

Size: 42″ x 72″

Color: Grey, mustard and red marking where the Berlin Wall was located

The Brandenburg Gate has been a symbol of German unity since its construction in the 18th century; even when the Berlin Wall was in place, the gate was the only connection between East and West Berlin. For centuries this beautiful monument has held the city of Berlin together.

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BECOME: A Cityzen of BERLIN and……

SMELL: The freshly made soft pretzels at the Berlin Farmers Market

SHOP: At the Sunday Flea market at Prenzlauer Berg’s Mauerpark

VISIT: Museum Island, a UNESCO listed World Heritage Site lying in the middle of the Spree. Its home to five of Berlin’s most important museum

TASTE: A classic Currywurst at Konnopke’s Imbiss on Schönhauser Allee serving Currywurst since 1930

LISTEN: To the Berlin Philharmoniker widely regarded as one of the world’s foremost symphony orchestras

DRINK: A “Thirsty Lady”. Handcrafted Ale at the small pub Meisterstuc on the Hausvogteiplatz Square

SLEEP: At Boutique Houseboat on the outermost pier of Rummelsburger Lake marina, with unobstructed views across the bay towards the city-center skyline

READ: Goodbye to Berlin by Christopher Iserwood set in the 1930’s during the Nazi’s rise to power

WALK: Through Charlottenburg Gardens. Built as a summer retreat for Queen Sophie-Charlotte by her husband Friedrich I, the first king of Prussian, it was named after Charlotte following her early death in 1705

WATCH: Wim Wenders award winning film:Wings of Desire set in Postwar Berlin

TAKE: A Photoautomaten selfie. These black and white photo booths are open all hours and scattered across the city