This is the last Copenhagen Guide post (for now) about all the shopping hotspots in Copenhagen. You can find my favorite restaurants here and my favorite places here! Hit the comment box, if you have any questions regarding a visit to Copenhagen! My blog is highly biased to the inner-city, because I live there myself. But there are some amazing shops in Vesterbro and Nørrebro too!
Copenhagen is a great city for shopping, however your wallet isn’t gonna like it! For Italian high street brands such as Zara, I recommend you to skip this in Copenhagen: the Danish Kroner to Euro ratio is not in your advantage, therefor most high street brands are more expensive in kroner than in euro (sad face). However, there are great Scandinavian brands which are hard to find in the rest of Europe and of course there is the notorious “Danish Design”!
Wood Wood, Grønnegade 1, 1107 København K, website
Wood Wood used to be more of a street wear shop, but the last couple of seasons they have shifted more to a high-end concept store. They sell great brands such as Kenzo, Commes des Garcons and ofcourse their own brand.
Storm, Store Regnegade 1, 1110 København K, website
Copenhagen’s concept store, they sell a lot of crazy expensive goodies such as Celine, Balmain and Givenchy. My favorite is their beauty department where they among others sel Diptyque. Definitely a must visit when you like shops such as Colette in Paris.
Christian Louboutin, Grønnegade 6, 1107 København K
Do I need to explain more? Cute little shop, filled with shoes to die for…
Birger Christensen, Østergade 38, 1100 København K, website
At Birger Christensen you will find traditional high end brands such as Celine, Givenchy, and Maison Martin Margiela! To be honest, this is a bit more of a “window-shopping” kind of boutique for me, but they sure sell pretty stuff!
Marc Jacobs, Christian den IX Gade 3-5, Denmark 1111 København K
I love my Marc Jacobs iPhone holder and you can find it in their store!
Acne Studios, Pilestræde 40, website
Who doesn’t loves Scandinavian design? At Acne’s Studios you can find all their mighty fine shoes and jackets (my favorite), while getting impressed by the shops interior.
Holly Golightly Clothing, Moentergade 5, 1116 København K, website
Holly Golightly Shoes & Accessories, St. Regnegade 2, 1110 København K
At Holly Golightly you van find brands such as Balanciaga, Proenza Schouler and Rick Owen. The above shops are all in walking distance from each other, so great to combine (if your wallet is big enough at least).
Pedde & Stoffer, Klosterstræde 15, 1157 København K, website
At Pedde & Stoffer you can find more of the young high-end brands, such as Isabel Marant, Opening Ceremony, and T by Alexander Wang.
B56, Bredgade 56, 1260 København K, website
B56 is cofounded by Stephanie Gundelach, one of the girls behind Denmark’s biggest fashion blog anywho.dk. She and her mom own the place and they have a great sense of trends. You can find heaps of Danish brands such as Stine Goya and Wackerhaus.
Norse Projects, Pilestræde 41, 1112 København K, website
Norse Projects is known for their minimalistic design, great basics made from good quality. In their shop they also sell other brands such as A.P.C. and Woolrich. Great shop to show the boyfriend.
Le Fix, Kronprinsensgade 9B, 1114 København K, website
Le Fix has a great selection of men streetwear which has a selection somewhere between minimalistic Scandinavian design and Britisch hooligans. The guys working there are really helpful (which is actually quite a refreshing attitude, for Copenhagen’s standards). They sell their own brand and also brand such as Barbour and Stone Island. Definitely go visit, even as girl, because they also have some great accessories. And hey, who said we can’t wear a mens sweater?!
S for Sneakers, Pilestræde 52, 1112 København K, website
Running is HOT in Copenhagen, it seems like everybody is doing it. Which results that there are some great running gear shops. S for Sneakers is something in between the traditional (boring) running shop and quickstrike sneaker shop. They have an amazing assortment of running clothing from brands such as Nike and Puma: Jordan’s, those extra colorful pants or a N.B.A. jersey is what you can find here.
Naked, Pilestræde 46, 1112 København K, website
Naked, Klosterstræde 10, 1157 København K
Denmark’s largest supplier of sneakers for women, here you can find everything in girl sizes from Nike, Adidas and many more.
Rezet, Rådhusstræde 7, 1466 København K, website
Another sneakershop, who also sells a small collection of clothing. They sell all the big Sneaker brands (Nike, Puma, Reebok, Adidas).
Flavour, Skindergade 19, 1159 København K, website
Flavour is a two-floor shop, where the topfloor sells more sophisticated menswear. On the lower level you van find their street wear collection.
Everybody knows these brands, so I just listed them for you. You can find all their branches on the link to their website.
Gina Tricot, website
Urban Outfitters, Ostergade 42B, 1100 Kobenhavn, website
& Other Stories, Amagertorv 29, 1160 Copenhagen, website
COS, Østergade 33, 1100 Copenhagen K, website
Line & Jo, Gothersgade 31, 1123 København K, website
Line & Jo is my favorite Danish jewelry brand. Their style is “tough”, but always refined with a feminine touch.
Jane Køning, Gothersgade 54, 1123 København K, website
Jane Køning’s jewelry are minimalistic and romantic at the same time. Their Love tag is their most known item.
Maria Black, Silkegade 13, 1113 Copenhagen K, website
Maria Black jewelry always has a sort of outer space feeling, a lot of oxidized goods with alienated forms.
Hay, Østergade 61, (2nd-3rd floor), 1100 København K, website
Hay is my favorite Danish interior brand. It is something in between Ikea (affordable) and Danish design (only affordable when you’ve won the lottery): all of their products have the minimalistic signature and always in happy colors.
Illums Bolighus, Amagertorv 10 1160 København, website
If you won that lottery Illums Bolighus will the place the splurge your money. This 3 floor interior department store literally sells EVERYTHING you van wish for. On the ground level, they sell a lot of cute interior items where on the top levels you can find their furniture collection. Even if you didn’t win the lottery, it is a great shop to wander around and absorb Danish design.
I hope you enjoyed my posts about Copenhagen and feel welcome to contact me if you have any other questions!