Shopping in Stockholm

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Shopping in Stockholm is particularly great if you’re looking for Scandinavian fashion and design. There aren’t so many bargains to be found—though y... Read More

Shopping in Stockholm is particularly great if you’re looking for Scandinavian fashion and design. There aren’t so many bargains to be found—though you can always pop in to local favorite H&M—but the quality is high. Sibyllegatan is a splendid place to start. It has several outstanding design stores, including Modernity, Jacksons, and Asplund, and after all that you can browse the food market at Östermalmstorg. For fashion, try popular brands such as Filippa K and Acne, or head to the ultimate one-stop shop, the NK department store.

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  • Byredo

    Hugely fashionable fragrance store Byredo was founded in 2006 by a Swedish-born Indian-Canadian. The flagship store sells the company’s range of unusual... Read More

  • Illums Bolighus

    One of the best department stores in Stockholm is not, in fact, Swedish. This Danish stronghold is a treasure trove of Nordic design, selling everything... Read More

  • Jacksons

    An outstanding source of vintage design and furnishings from Scandinavia and elsewhere. It’s one of a handful of stores that make Sibyllegatan one of... Read More

  • Malmstenbutiken

    Carl Malmsten opened this store in 1940, and today it is run by his grandson, Jerk. The store sells pieces designed by Malmsten and other designers, and... Read More

  • Modernity

    An internationally recognized gallery selling the finest pieces of Midcentury Modern design imaginable, as well as textiles, lighting, and other home... Read More

  • NK

    This is the city’s grandest department store, created in 1902 by two Swedish businessmen who wanted to emulate the fine shopping experiences of London... Read More

  • Nordiska Galleriet

    This store is comprehensive, and walking through it can feel a little bit like the Nordic design hall of fame. It's a fantastic selection of iconic... Read More

  • Östermalms Saluhall

    The city’s finest (and priciest) indoor food market is well worth a visit, regardless of whether you’re shopping or just taking in the sights, sounds,... Read More

  • Pärlans Konfektyr

    This old-fashioned confectionery feels like you’re stepping into the 1930s or 40s, complete with assistants dressed in period clothing. It’s famous for... Read More

  • Rose & Born

    Contrary to what the fashion bloggers might have you think, Scandinavian fashion isn’t all minimalist designs and formless T-shirts with deep V-necks.... Read More

  • Svenskt Tenn

    A not-to-be-missed destination, Svenskt Tenn is the most influential interiors store in the country, famed in particular for specializing in furniture... Read More

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