Munich Store

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Since 2019, our shop has been breathing new life into the corner of Falkenstrasse in the Au. In our charming spaces you can immerse yourself in a harmonious world of fine arts and design, discover fairly produced handicrafts from studios and workshops all over the world, try out fine fragrances, try on clothes and accessories, track down cult arthouse DVDs or vintage pieces, pick up beautiful glass or ceramic objects and listen to analogue jazz sounds from the turntable. Our products we have personally selected with great passion because they have heart, soul and a coherent story. We know many of our manufacturers personally.

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ATELIER

Part of our range we design and manufacture ourselves on site in our studio attached to the shop.
Clothes and hats by Ina Bonheur are designed according to the motto ‘opposites attract’: we love breaks in style and so you will find quite extraordinary (material) combinations: the jogging pants with the applied haute couture velvet ribbon, the lurex thread in coarse linen, the bucket hat made of Harris-Tweed with skull lining or the elegant Fascinator which we like to combine with sporty linen pants.
We are always on a worldwide search for particularly high-quality and unusual natural materials. We are particularly fond of hand-woven fabrics from Japan, hemp/tencel blends, all kinds of linen, Harris-Tweed and woolwalk, high-quality, soft and GOTS certified cotton sweat and silk.

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Ina Bonheur, this is us – 
Ingrid and Nina, artists and artisans with heart and soul.

Ingrid, a skilled master milliner, acquired her trade in the legendary studio of Ina Böckler in Munich. In her own workshops in Hamburg and Munich, she has worked for clients such as Wolfgang Joop or Udo Lindenberg and regularly exhibited in New York. In addition, her hat creations could be found in numerous shops and boutiques in Germany and the USA.

Nina is an Italian-German costume designer and visual artist. After studying fashion design in Florence, she graduated as a set designer at the Accademia di Belle Arti di Roma. She designed costumes for film and theatre, regularly exhibited her work as a freelance artist and worked as an art teacher.

We are united by a great passion for everything beautiful and weird, haptic and analogue, colours, shapes and fabrics, punk rock and jazz, old Italian and French films.