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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.
English Silver House had humble beginnings in 1911, when a couple, inspired by the beauty of English silverware decided to offer a small collection from their apartment in the city. Their collection soon grew and led to the opening of their store two years later. Today, the store offers a fantastic range of antique English silverware from plates and cutlery to utensils. The selection of accessories and ornate candlestands and gift objects is particularly interesting. A great place to look for unique gifts. Check website for more.
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.
Tracing its roots to the early 20th Century, Birger Christensen is one of the country's oldest fashion brands. The brand is synonymous with exceptional fur creations from luxurious coats and jackets to hats and other accessories. The expansive bi-level boutique also offers some of the world's best designer labels from Prada and Givenchy to Tom Ford and Lanvin. Within the boutique, you'll also find smaller sections of Hermes and Lanvin catering exclusively to the brands. Check website for more.
Filmhusets video- og boghandel is a book and video shop connected to Cinemateket, the new cinema of the Danish Film Institute. Cinemateket is situated just opposite Kongens Have (the King's Garden), the beautiful park with Rosenborg Castle in it. The cinema complex, including the book and video shop, is an interesting piece of modern interior design, so you should take a look while you are there. The specialty is - of course - books on the subject of film. The selection is wide, but most of the books are in English. The shop is happy to order books or videos from all over the world for those who are interested. Truly, this is a Mecca for film freaks, and you shouldn't miss it if you are one.
Shop for the latest trends and designer labels at this expansive boutique located in the heart of the city. Established in 2001, Holly Golightly has been the city's go-to store tp stay updated with the current fashion trends. From Balenciaga and Dolce & Gabbana to Rick Owens and Proenza Schouler, the collection spans acclaimed global as well as Danish designers. Apart from this, they also showcase an extensive collection from their eponymous label. Their second boutique down the lane offers an excellent selection of accessories. Check website for more.