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Thorvaldsens Bazar is located in an old timber house in the heart of Reykjavík. It was initially opened in June 1901 by the Thorvaldsens society (est. 1875) which still runs it. The society's main purpose is to assist children in need, financing facilities in children's hospital wards etc. The bazaar offers traditional Icelandic souvenirs, cuddly toys, carved wooden objects and handknitted woollen clothing in classic Icelandic patterns, sweaters, gloves, etc. The fact that the staff is completely composed of volunteers is reflected in an exceptionally friendly and welcoming athmosphere.
At GK they mix together Icelandic design and hip labels such as Valentino and Helmut Lang. The owners are a couple (Gunni and Kolla) that have their own line of trendy clothing under a label they call Collection of Reykjavík. The pair is inventive and fresh in the fashion business, promoting the shop by publishing their own fashion magazine. This is the hottest shop for men in Reykjavík; do not pass it by!
Tulipop was founded in early 2010 by illustrator Signý Kolbeinsdóttir. The store features home and kitchenware that features the colorful world of unique characters created by Signý. From tableware and stationary, to accessories and homeware, you will delight your children (or your inner kid) with these nifty creations. Quickly gaining steam throughout the world, Tulipop products are currently sold in 10 countries with a plethora of fans.
Rumfatalagerinn is located in Kópavogur, a 10 minute drive from Reykjavík. The centre has a few fast-food restaurants, a supermarket, a huge store for electronic goods and a great healthfood store, just to name a few examples. Its best asset is a coffee and tea shop, where one can also sit down and have a nice cappuccino to relax after a spending spree.
Smaralind, located in the middle of Kopavogur, is one of the biggest shopping centers in Iceland. You can spend a whole day watching movies at its cinema, choosing your meals from an assortment of restaurants, buying new clothes for the season, and getting some prescriptions filled. It offers over 70 stores and businesses, so you should never have trouble finding the ones that suit your needs.
Heilsuhúsið is the oldest and best health-food store in Reykjavík. You'll find a great variety of vitamins as well as natural and organic food at Heilsuhúsið. Wheather you prefer to eat macrobiotic or organic, or simply follow a healthy diet, this is the right place to go.