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But one thing is sure: Berlin is still damn sexy. Their designs are elegant, sensual and extremely sexy, lots of subtle black, silky dresses, leather harnesses and belts, and their extraordinary signature nylon tights. Visit their boutique and studio at Torstr. But the dark and exotic Berlin label has much more than leather accessories, they also create elaborate coats and corsets.
This cutting-edge latex lingerie label has transition from a niche underwear studio to an established fashion label thanks to their remarkable designs that melt the worlds of erotic dessous and avant-garde fashion. Their cool boutique is located at Torstr. Technically Schwarzer Reiter could have also been in the two previous categories as they also carry fashion and lingerie. But what I find more interesting about this place that is a direct neighbor if Tres Bonjour at Torstrasse is their selection of sex toys and erotic equipment that I would describe as tasteful compared to the stuff in most other sex shops.
The concept of Fun Factory at Oranienburger Strasse in Mitte is to repackage the sleazy image of a sex toy shop into the gloss of a lifestyle design boutique. Their selection of toys is also more design friendly and less in-your-face pornographic which makes this place especially interesting for women. Oliver Rath was one of our favorite photographers in town and we especially enjoy his kinky and provocative style and his sense of humor and self-irony.
Unfortunately he passed away surprisingly at a young age. But we want to keep his memory also in this guide, because his work made Berlin a little more sexy.
Look out for his book Berlin Boheme with some of his best photos! But the true star of his collection of artworks is the tattooed sailor with his giant mast. Their new exhibition Porn That Way opening on December 6th and running until March covers the history of homosexual porn, from the dark and hidden alleys of the 19th century to the extreme openness and over-exposure of sexuality of our modern times.