Quietly and without a big fuss, AMJ Holding Berlin, the internationally renowned upscale shopping center, and department store Quartier 206, by Anne Maria Jagdfeld, opened its new concept store called Cabinet, focusing on young fashion and progressive labels, at the beginning of September.

The new boutique, which offers about 60 labels composed of designer collections, denim, bags, shoes, accessories, cosmetic, books and magazines, music and art, strengthens Quartier’s profile as it complements its luxurious assortment of young designers situated in an ethnic modern interior decorated by an Uzbekistan souzanis-covered sofa from the 18th century, tile paintings on the wall based on an old pattern of Villeroy & Boch, and art pieces by the Jagdfeld’s art collection.

Quartier’s original young fashion division Scoop, which features a well-edited mix of denim and sportswear, has now moved into a separate store, located nearby in the basement of its flagship at Friedrichstrasse and managed by Jagdfeld’s son Nikolaus Jagdfeld and his partner Johanna von Boch.

The 450-sq.-meter space mainly carries the assortment of its former young fashion division that is constantly being upgraded with new choices and up-and-coming brands such as Erin Wasson by RVCA and Nils Dunkel and directional labels, including Alexander Wang, Charles Anastase, Christopher Kane, Current/Elliott, Golden Goose, Haute Hippie, Helmut Lang, Isabel Marant, Jade Jezebel Jagger, James Perse, J Brand, Karen Walker, Lounge Lover, Les Chiffoniers, Opening Ceremony, Preen, Prps, Rag & Bone, Sabrina Dehoff, Twenty8Twelve and Vanessa Bruno.

—Karin Leiberg