For several weeks beginning Oct. 29 the outlet shopping center Ingolstadt Village will be a focal point for Berlin's design industries. The fashion project “Berlin goes Ingolstadt Village” wants to transport the creative potential of Berlin’s fashion scene to the unique surroundings of Ingolstadt Village, by bringing together people from fashion, music and street art. Ingolstadt Village will realize this through a series of temporary pop-up stores from upcoming designers and several established labels, giving them the opportunity to show their collections to a wide audience. Included are Michalsky, Firma Berlin, Lala Berlin, Kaviar Gauche and other young designers from the German capital; the underground store No.74 as well as Adidas Originals, Adidas SLVR and Y-3 will also offer their collections from the previous season. A street art exhibit with renowned Berlin artists and other special events with a Berlin theme have also been planned.

—Isabel Mühlbauer