Jürgen Drews

So basically Annika and I decided to go to Berlin over New Years. We slept in this flat bordering on Kreuzberg, inhabited by fashion student and journalist Paul who should become a poster boy for 'Berlin-Hipster' with his MacBook and impeccable beard. Record players and stacks of independent magazines surrounded us. Beautiful Kate Moss graced the kitchen from above. Personally, my favourite item was Paul's tote bag which boasted a black triangle (oh the irony is almost painful). Paul was barely even there, instead whizzing about socialising with his stylist friends, so and we had his minimistically decorated space all to ourselves.

Three songs: Bloc Party, Kreuzberg, The Cribs, City of Bugs and REM, ÜBerlin .


We spent most of our time drinking coffee (Liebling was my favourite place) and walking around admiring the finely dressed specimen parading the grey streets. On New Years Eve we went to this amazing place called Rosi's. We walked straight past when we were looking for it because from the outside it looked like a disused prison/building site. Upon entering though, tasteful music kissed our ears and we were treated to free sect and doughnuts. We kind of missed exactly 00:00 because we were busy chatting in beautiful vintage sofas, more than happy that we had picked the right pace to come. 
Also, we may or may not have made more than one visit to The Sixties American Diner.
I can't wait to go to in the summer. 

We also took heaps of pics with disposable cameras which will surely find their way here soon.

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