Shopping in Copenhagen

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The best shopping in Copenhagen is centered around design, and whether you’re looking to dress yourself or decorate your home, you’ll be spoiled for ... Read More

The best shopping in Copenhagen is centered around design, and whether you’re looking to dress yourself or decorate your home, you’ll be spoiled for choice. If you want to bring home some of that Scandinavian minimalism that makes the city’s residents look like models, look no further than our Copenhagen shopping guide and head to Stine Goya for dresses, Anne Sax for lingerie, Maria Black Jewellery for edgy pieces, or Henrik Vibskov for some cutting edge men’s fashion. The Copenhageners make their apartments look like something from a décor magazine by shopping at HAY House, Illums Bolighus and DANSK. It’s not all about looks, though—the city is also brimming with book stores, wine shops, and delis selling Danish and international delicacies.

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  • Acne Studios

    The Swedish fashion brand Acne has a special place in the hearts of trendy Copenhageners. The flagship store in Pilestræde is one of the most... Read More

  • Atelier September Butik

    Next to the hugely popular café Atelier September the influential Trampedach family—the owners of the building and the workshop behind the café—has... Read More

  • Baisikeli

    At the bicycle shop and café Baisikeli (Swahili for bicycle) you can buy a secondhand bike, or rent one on a daily or monthly basis. Even better, the... Read More

  • Carmen Copenhagen

    Copenhagen's Latin Quarter has a high concentration of vintage stores, and Carmen Copenhagen is one of the best. The emphasis is on items from the... Read More

  • Christiania Julemarked

    Every December Christiania's Grå Hal, a massive former equestrian hall, is transformed into the city's most animated and alternative Christmas market.... Read More

  • Decadent

    Decadent was founded in Copenhagen in 2005, and since then the brand has provided Danish women with handbags made of high-quality leather in a clean,... Read More

  • Dora

    At Dora's you'll find an eclectic mix of new and vintage furniture and interior objet for your home. Whether you're looking for classics from Georg... Read More

  • GraaeHovind Guld

    In a tiny store on the busy shopping street Gammel Kongevej, two young goldsmiths—Sarah Graae and Ida Hovind—sell jewelry that is edgy and cute at the... Read More

  • Han Kjøbenhavn

    Classic silhouettes, timeless glasses, great knitwear, and denim dominate the shelves at Han Kjøbenhavn, one of Copenhagen's most stylish menswear... Read More

  • Holly Golightly

    With its focus on high-end fashion brands such as Alaïa, Balenciaga, Rick Owens and Aesop, Holly Golightly is by far one of the most exclusive luxury... Read More

  • Jérôme Vintage

    You’ll find designer pieces hanging alongside more offbeat, unexpected offerings at this vintage boutique. Read More

  • Just Spotted

    Artsy posters have been all the rage in Denmark in recent years, and with a selection of affordable ones by a range of different artists, most of them... Read More

  • Kødbyens Mad og Marked

    Whether you're looking for fresh produce or a fully cooked meal, the urban and rural market Kødbyen Mad og Marked has you covered. Every Saturday and... Read More

  • LEGO Store

    LEGO's flagship store in Copenhagen is a playground for kids and grownups with a penchant for the world-famous Danish toy. Exclusive sets not available... Read More

  • Lot #29

    In addition to pieces by insidery brands like Erdem, the shop also has a pretty garden out back. Read More

  • Maria Black Jewellery

    Maria Black's jewelry has become popular among Copenhagen's cool, young women for its minimalistic, simple, raw yet feminine design. Her pieces often... Read More

  • Omegn

    If you want to get up close and personal with the Nordic produce that the city's celebrated chefs have won Michelin stars serving, then head to Omegn, a... Read More

  • Stine Goya

    Flowing garments in peachy pastels, gold, and sequins have made Stine Goya the darling of the Danish fashion scene, and at her store in central... Read More

  • Storm

    Sporty, globally influenced street style is the guiding principle of this high-end store, which stocks men’s and women’s fashion alongside art and... Read More

  • The Apartment

    The founder of this cult-favorite interiors store, Tina Seidenfaden Busck, is known for her pitch-perfect selection of modern furniture, often in... Read More

  • Torvehallerne

    Torvehallerne is Copenhagen's equivalent of a Southern European food market, but with Scandinavian produce and prices, it's a decidedly more upscale... Read More

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