25hrs with Jan Mihm
Co-pilot of Uslu Airlines

Jan is a German entrepreneur who teamed up with the make-up artist Feride Uslu to create Uslu Airlines in 2003 while living in New York. The brand is famous for its cosmetic airbrush system and an impressive range of nail polishes & make up, sold in exclusive places across the world.

Spend 25hrs with Jan as he navigates the streets of Berlin. He knows his city—from juicy burgers, to the height of fashion, to where to spend your last 99 cents. This is Berlin.

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  • Uslu Airlines On the air

    My HQ: office, control tower, party zone, think-tank, playground. The supersonic heartbeat of global beauty domination. And then further.

  • A.Horn Brunch, bikes, brothers

    My hood: where I drink my cappucino, relax with two eggs in a glass, read a newspaper. Among the top-5 cafés in the city and the only one with a full fledged bicycle workshop integrated. Very Berlin, very new millenium, very nicely slow-mo, very sustainable. And still serving meat.

  • Loop Raum für aktuelle kunst

    My art dealer: where I get the latest fix and facts. Run by none other than Rüdiger Lange, a long-time friend and companion.

  • Burgermeister Master of burgers

    My beef joint: the best burger East of Manhattan. Period. The only places likely to satisfy me when this one is overpacked are Borchardt (steak tartare, hand cut, self mounted) and Room77 (nachos, the works).

  • Tempelhofer Park Wide open space

    My airfield: Tempelhof airport was the largest building in the world, bigger footprint than even the Pentagon! Now it’s a public park with the widest open urban space. Almost like a Pampas right in the city.

  • Quartier 206 Luxury 360

    My temple: curated consumption at the highest level. Either upstairs at Departmentstore or down at Cabinet. You can surely spend a lot of money here. Spend time. Spend attention. Spend fascination. And gain it all back.

  • Videodrom In the realm of cinephilia

    My museum: the ultimate place for flicks. Any rating, any genre, any director, even old czech TV shows. Perfectly germanly organized. So basically if someone on Facebook hints about that ’60s Italian zombie Sci-Fi movie with the long legged blonde giving head to the alien in the UFO; that is pretty much all you have to shoot to one of the clerks and he/she will instantly find it. Much faster and much better quality than searching for some illegal download online.

  • Felix Austria Sample the neighbour

    My Schlawiener Schnitzel: veal or pork. Breaded better than even in its homeland. As with many things supposedly Austrian: in Germany is where they really live up to everyone’s expectations.

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