Magasin du Nord is probably the best-known department store in the whole of Denmark. It has a long tradition and occupies an enormous building at Kongens Nytorv. The building was recently restored and is now as splendid as ever. Shoppers will find almost everything they could desire including a huge choice of menswear and women's wear spread out over three floors. The prices vary, though the best deals are to be had during the January and late summer sales.
Sneaky Fox is an exclusive shop in the hottest part of Copenhagen. This shop has started trends, and the style is young and outré, with the elegant designs of famous designers like Jean Paul Gaultier. The owner of the shop wishes to bring back individualism to the customer, whatever the cost. The prices are well above average and very reasonable depending on how hot the specific item is. But if you wish to follow or create fashion, this is the place to go. Even the changing rooms are nicely fitted.
Buses, trams, cars and bicycles were banned in 1964 to make way for the thousands of shoppers who walk down this open air market. From street to high-end fashion like Gucci and Birger Christensen, you will find everything along the stretch of this popular shopping area. This neighborhood has also got you covered food-wise with numerous restaurants, simple burger joints and pubs. Walking down Strøget is always an experience.
Illum is a large shopping center on Copenhagen's most popular shopping street, Strøget. ILLUM contains 120 stores, distributed over six floors. Here you will find almost anything you can think of. ILLUM is built around an inner yard containing specialty stores. After shopping, enjoy a drink or a meal at the restaurant on the top floor. From there, you will be looking over the rooftops of the beautiful center of Copenhagen. Parking is available in the basement, but most end up walking into ILLUM while they're strolling along Strøget.
Aplace is a high-end fashion boutique in Malmo which stocks a wide range seasonally-inspired fashion clothing, footwear, and accessories for men, women and children made by various fashion designers from Sweden and around the world. The store also a wide range of kitchenware, stationery, candles, books and electronic gadgets. Walk into an Aplace store to get a taste of the best of Scandinavian and International fashion.
Established in 1994, this boutique located in the heart of the city, is a perennial haunt of the city's fashion brigade. One of the city's most well-known boutiques, Storm delights with an exceptional collection of worldwide trends and some of the best brands in the business. From Givenchy and Thom Browne to Raf Simons and Balmain, the showcase of designer labels is eclectic. Apart from this, the store also offers a selection of beauty products, music, books and design products. Check website for more.
Give your home, a stylish makeover with the beautiful home-wares at Notre Dame. The store specializes in Nordic-inspired objects, and you'll find classic as well as innovative modern designs. From utensils and crockery to lighting and textiles, the collection at the store is all-encompassing. Besides this, they also showcase popular lifestyle brands. Check website for more.
Wunderwear lingerie shop is on Strget, Copenhagen's busy shopping street. It is also the name of the lingerie brand the shop sells. This is the shop for women with a taste for luxury. Here you will find underwear, swimming costumes, pyjamas and night gowns, in a sporty or romantic style. And the prices vary a lot, ranging from the cheapest (but the quality is pretty good) to the luxurious (for exquisite items).
Maverick Danish designer Henrik Vibskov is known for his quirky and colorful styles, and this boutique in the heart of the city showcases his current as well as soon-to-be-released creations. Established in 2006, the expansive store's intriguing design is a reflection of the designer's philosophies. Apart from his own creations, the boutique also showcases other designer labels like Bless, Chalayan, Reality Studio, Stine Goya and many more. Apart from clothes, the boutique also offers a selection of books, magazines and beauty products. Check website for the entire collection.
Established in 1986, Danish designer Mads Nørgaard's eponymous boutique on Strøget has been dishing out some of the best fashion for men. Classic styles are as much a part of the designer's philosophies as modern ones and hence you'll find a harmonious blend of both in the store's ever-changing collection. Heavy on casual wear, the collection features creations by the designer as well as other labels like Paul Smith, Fred Perry and Stine Goya. There's a women's and children's line as well. Check website for more.
Decor is the creation of Lone Riis who founded this vintage clothing shop in 1989. This store's distinctiveness lies in the antique style clothing and accessories available. With styles dating back to the 18th Century, Decor promises to give your look an archaic flavor. Women can expect the best in ball gowns, cocktail dresses and fur coats. Men's tailor-made tweed suits, representing the 20th Century, are a favorite. One can also find the classic bijouterie and other such vintage accessories. Decor is primarily a fashion destination for those who like to experiment with their look every now and then.