Noa Noa is a popular Danish brand, sold in this shop on Strøget. The style at Noa Noa is easily recognizable, with its loose-fitting dresses and blouses, coats, hats and corduroy trousers. Other specialties are Eastern-inspired fabrics combined with the simplicity of Nordic cuts. Noa Noa is synonymous with harmony and comfort. The materials are kept as natural as possible, and that closeness to nature is clearly what the shop wishes to express to customers. Both quality and prices are reasonable.
Treat your sweet-tooth to divine chocolate creations at this little boutique located in the heart of the city. In a short time since it was established, Summerbird became a leading name for premium chocolates in Denmark. High quality ingredients sourced with a keen eye and innovative techniques separate them from the other chocolatiers. From macarons and flodebollers to cakes and chocolate bars, the collection of handmade sweets at the boutique is comprehensive. Their signature marzipan creations are a must-try. Check website for more.
The cozy Østerbro area is home to the unique Samarkand, more of a workshop than a shop. Here they specialize in designing and making beautiful and fantastic hats. The owner imports the materials from all over the world. The style and color of the hat you order can be exactly as you like it, but most are inspired by fairy tales from the East. The hats are made to measure and take about 10 hours to make. If you are buying a hat here, you will probably end up paying a hefty sum, but it will be worth every penny.
Royal Copenhagen Crystal on Amagertorv is located next to Royal Copenhagen's porcelain establishment. On the ground level of the crystal store, a large collection of crystals, wine glass sets, vases, bowls and other glassware is on display for the admiration of onlookers. On the store's first floor, unique pieces of glassware are on display together with exhibitions of the work of well-known international and Danish artists and designers.
Add a unique dimension to your favorite space with stylish furniture from Hay. Launched in 2003, this upmarket store has been showcasing fine Danish furniture. The creativity of designers like Jakob Wagner, Hee Welling and Peter Johansen, is reflected in the artistic creations on display. One look at their furnishings, and you are sure to be bowled over by the old-century charm yet contemporary appeal of this collection. Head to Hay to reinvent your home.
Brnenes Boghandel means The Children's Bookshop, and that just about sums up this shop. It isn't just any place to buy books for children, though; you can be sure that the children will love you if you buy something for them here. This shop is rumoured to be the best in its field, and the shop is worth noticing. You will find anything you are looking for here. The selection is wide, with - of course - a special focus on the popular Danish children's writers like Ole Lund Kirkegård, Bjarne Reuter and Dennis Jürgensen. But there are also the old series like The Five. Astrid Lindgren has quite a large section on the shelves too. The expertise of the shop assistants is indisputable.