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By Chris | April 4 2007
Danish fashion and design have never been more popular, which is reflected in Copenhagen’s plethora of home-grown designer shops and boutiques.
Shoppers should head to areas such as Strøget, the longest pedestrian street in Europe, or Vesterbrogade, another expansive shopping area full of designer outlets.
This large department store is perfect for those who are looking for the very best in Scandinavian fashion, interiors, design and beauty.
Located in the heart of Copenhagen, Illum has been a top retail destination for more than a hundred years, and has maintained its reputation for quality and service. The shop features a range of top quality designers and has everything from fashion to interiors and beauty to design.
+45 33 144 002
Østergade 52, 1001 Copenhagen
For more than 20 years, Sand has been creating innovative designs for Copenhageners, so much so that the shop now sells its designs around the world, from Toronto to Moscow.
Clothing ranges from evening wear to chic day clothes, and there is also a Sand boutique located on Strøget.
In the fashion world, designer Henry Vibskov has a reputation of being something of a rebel.
His clothing lines certainly feature unusual and highly innovative pieces that have an appreciative local and international audience. His shop in Krystalgade also features eclectic pieces from other international designers; shoppers can expect to find both casual and evening wear.
Rune Park, General Manager
+ 45 33 146 100
Krystalgade 6, 1172 Copenhagen
Thanks to its pioneering and distinctive style, Danish design has garnered worldwide popularity over the last hundred years.
Managed by Minna Hildebrandt, Bungalow continues this tradition of quality and innovation, combining Scandinavian with Indian patterns to create a selection of block print textiles, paperware, scarves, bedding, lamps, tablecloths and unique accessories.