Defunct German magazine Tempo is being revived with a one-off edition to celebrate the 20th anniversary of its founding. The edition, which will be issued on 1 Dec, is being prepared in a temporary boutique opened in Berlins Mitte district for the occasion. Designed by architect Susanne Raupach, the store at 123 Chausseestrasse sells limited-edition jeans, sneakers, glasses, and watches ranging in price from 200-600. Tempo, the magazine which brought Gonzo journalism to Germany, was founded by Markus Peichl, who is editing the anniversary edition. The boutique is open Mon-Sat 10.00-20.00 until 10 Jan 2007.

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