In this edition: As Berlin Fashion Week kicks off we survey the style scene in the German capital. Plus, eye glass frames made from wood, a chic London loft in a converted church, German jazz trumpet player Till Brönner behind the lens, and our prize draw with another clip from our pick of the 100 best videos featured on Clipmania.
Eyeglass frames made completely of wood - without a speck of metal - that was the challenge Austrian designer Roland Wolf and his team took up. The result has won his company Rolf the prestigious Silmo d’Ors award -- the Oscar of the eyewear industry -- as well as the Red Dot Award for product design in both 2010 and 2012.
For Euromaxx Deluxe, we visit Kirstin Neill Edwards in west London's trendy Notting Hill district. She has converted part of a two hundred-year-old church building into a luxury duplex apartment with an enviable 450 square meters of living space.
We've picked 100 of the best clips from our vast video collection - and are playing one a day for 100 days to celebrate the upcoming 100th edition of Clipmania. If you write in to tell us your favourite, then your name will go into the draw for a Leica camera. Clip number 14 comes courtesy of Juan Carlos Valls Ramón from Spain - who got his subjects to do some serious limbering up!