We've challenged the guys from YouTube fashion and streetwear channel PAQ to explore the iconic city of Berlin. Dex, Elias, Shaq and Danny have a task: split into two groups and compete against each other in a hunt for the coolest corners and most iconic destinations. Get to know this uniquely creative town and prepare for the main event: the HUGO fashion show.
Berlin's favourite snack isn't hard to come by, with good kebabs on every corner. Which makes sense for a city that's always on the go, often late in to the night or the next morning. And there's no kebab more iconic than Mustafa's in Kreuzberg.
One of the most famous clubs in the world, Berghain is housed in a former power station that supplied the east of the city, making it an impressive sight from the outside. Inside, there's nowhere that compares when it comes to the line-up, music and crowd. As long as you can get in.
Berlin has been through waves of changes in the past century, and each era has left its mark, with buildings continually abandoned and repurposed. Case in point: Teufelsberg is a man-made hill built out of rubble from WWII. On top is an abandoned spy station left over from the cold war. These days, it's a creative space.