ENDYMA's showroom in Berlin hosts our archive, consisting of approximately 5,000 objects. Available to visit by appointment only, the space offers visitors the opportunity to access our extensive collection in a convivial environment. Contact us to arrange your visit. 

ENDYMA Archive by Chris Kontos

We welcome industry professionals as well as students, researchers and enthusiasts. To ensure that every appointment is given appropriate attention, prospective guests are asked to state the purpose of their visit. Designers on research duties are recommended to allocate 3-5 working hours to inspect the archive in its entirety. 

Unlike museum collections where objects are presented in 'do not touch' displays, we aspire to create an accessible space where ENDYMA's visitors can enjoy a hands-on demonstration of the designers and garments that have achieved an enduring impact on fashion as we understand it today. 

If you wish to explore our collection further, take your time and browse the Raf Simons and Burberry Prorsum sections, as well as the works of lesser known but highly relevant designers, from nylon clubwear to handcrafted couture.

Examples of the designers showcased at ENDYMA's archive:
Helmut Lang (all categories, 1986-2005)
Burberry Prorsum by Christopher Bailey (outerwear, 2002-2013)
Dirk Bikkembergs (shoes & menswear, 1987-2000)
Giorgio Armani & related lines (1974-1986)
Lieve van Gorp
Miu Miu (menswear, 1999-2007)
Raf Simons (1995-2010)

alongside approx. 150 other interesting labels. 

Shoes! A lot more available than online.

A portion of the pieces in the archive can be tried on and purchased. Please note that most visits are subject to an hourly fee.


The showroom is open by appointment only, and access is offered for an hourly charge. 

Get in touch to arrange a visit.


Besides ready-to-wear for men and women, there are sections devoted to military uniforms, home-produced garments and unconventional accessories. The archive’s meticulously arranged rooms house over 5000 objects and reveal a rigorous process of research, restoration and design taxonomy.


Our Berlin showroom is open by appointment only - arrange a visit here.

If you are a collector we can work with you; if you are looking for a special 'grail' piece we can help you find it. Furthermore, we are happy to lend garments for design research and academic purposes.

ENDYMA Archive by Chris Kontos

ENDYMA Archive by Chris Kontos

Photos by Chris Kontos