A magazine from Berlin, founded in 1912.
The elegance and intelligence, the spirit and the extravagance of the Berlin twenties with the attitude and culture, style and sharpness of today.
During the 1920s and 1930s die dame was the leading German magazine of the Bohemian society in Berlin. Artists and literary greats such as George Grosz, Bertolt Brecht, Tamara de Lempicka, Hannah Höch, Christian Schad and Max Pechstein contributed to the magazine.
DIE DAME took a stand against cultural trivialization, imitation in fashion and outdated conventions.
Today´s die dame is a printed salon. It is a magazine in book form and a sensual embodiment of the digital age. It is a visual and a tactile delight. The contributing authors are among the finest of our time.
die dame takes style and luxury as seriously as literature and culture.
The new 1920s are here: Berlin is avant-garde. Berlin is international. Berlin is glamorous. And Berlin is inspiring the world.