Fashion in Denmark spans many directions of style.
While some designers aim to emphasize the traditional simplicity of Scandinavian culture, others want to broaden this outlook into more complicated and wild patterns. This look book includes some of the most famous designers in Denmark as well as smaller boutiques throughout Copenhagen.
1. Storm – Design Art Fashion
Store Regnegade 1, 1110 København, Denmark
Owner Rasmus Storm has driven this fashion store in Copenhagen to highlight ever-evolving concepts and unique artistic expressions. Clothes are high quality and meant for the shopper who curates his or her own collection of diverse, high-end pieces. Beyond clothing, Storm carries a wide array of beauty products, books, magazines and exhibitions that are constantly changing every time you enter the store.
2. Henrik Vibskov Boutique
Gammel Mønt 14, 1117 København, Denmark
This boutique has been around since 2006 in Copenhagen and they added one in NYC in 2011. These are the only two places in the world where you can look through unedited collection of Henrik Vibskov. There are broad ranges of pieces with a mix of eclectic designers and styles. Besides fashion, this boutique sells shoes, skincare and make-up, books and magazines. The entire collection is curated with “new, progressive and beautiful pieces.”
3. Han Kjøbenhavn
Vognmagergade 7, 1120 København K, Denmark
Han Kjøbenhavn aims to create an uncompromising and unconventional world of fashion, where creativity, craftsmanship, and storytelling are at the forefront. All pieces of clothing are meant to take people on a “journey to new places,” supporting each wearer with his or her ambitious attitudes.
4. Native North
Elmegade 3, 2200 København, Denmark
Located in Copenhagen, this talented team of creatives aims to provide functionality to simple pieces of clothing that will become staples in your wardrobe. Scandinavia has been known for not using colorful designs, but Native North wants to challenge that tradition. Bright colors and textured patterns are common, with breezy fabrics to compliment your evolving lifestyle.
Store Regnegade 12, 1110 København K
Led by a husband and wife team, Ganni is committed to the planet and creating designs that support their belief. They bring unexpected details and personality to the traditional Scandinavian style. Clothes reflect the laid-back culture in Denmark and aim to highlight the individuality of every wearer.
6. Basic Apparel
Klerkegade 19, st.tv, 1308, 1308 Copenhagen K, Denmark
Founded in 2013, Basic Apparel started on the foundation that people should wear clothes that are comfortable and able to be worn multiple times. With Scandinavian culture in mind, their designs are very simple and minimalistic. The utmost quality is always the goal as well as reasonable prices. Basic Apparel believes in fashion that lives in more than one season, as it tries to decrease the amount of fast fashion in the world.
Guldbergsgade 29C, 2200 København N, Denmark
Res-Res truly cares about its environmental impact, creating clothing carefully curated with a knowledge of the ethics behind every design. Situated in the heart of Copenhagen, the Res-Res shop is founded on sustainable fashion and lifestyle, especially in its evolving neighborhood. The team works with many brands such as: Veja shoes, Elsk, Pullover, Soeder, Sustain Daily, and the Preserve Journal.
Amagertorv 24, 1160 København K, Denmark
This fashionable menswear label is all about being laidback. Collections are divided in different capsules, with each reflecting a different and unique style. Regardless of the direction of the seasonable style, fabrics and fittings are at the center. You can find this leading clothing store all across Europe.
You can also check out more looks in our Denmark Travel Guides.