SHOP COPENHAGEN: Top 6 Fashion Boutiques You Can’t Find Anywhere Else

For travelers who want to bring home a piece of current trends.

Copenhagen is undoubtedly today’s hottest destination for contemporary fashion. Famous for minimalist takes on classic cuts, there are countless local shops displaying every season’s latest trends. Here are six boutiques that definitively characterize fashion’s current scene in Denmark. For travelers who want to bring home a piece of unique local taste, here are our picks:

Krystalgade 6, 1172 København K, Denmark (map, website)

Since 2006, Henrik Vibskov’s boutique has welcomed the hippest crowds who appreciate artistic expressions depicting off-the-beaten-path lifestyles. Besides being known as a fashion designer, Vibskov is also a filmmaker and a musician who brings his version of contemporary blend with avant-garde self interpretation. With an additional store in NYC, you can find other designers at his Copenhagen boutique to fully comprehend the authenticity of Copenhagen cool.

Storm – Best Concept Store

Store Regnegade 1, 1110 København K, Denmark (map, website)

When it comes to being one of the most celebrated stores in Copenhagen, Storm takes the crown. By focusing on art, design, and fashion, Storm stocks some of Europe and Scandinavia’s most artistic brands inside its famous shop. Situated in a central shopping area, Storm is a great reminder of Colette in Paris where you can find a beautifully curated selection of art books, high-end fashion lines for both men and women. Our favorites were whimsical knick-knacks that you can easily pack in your suitcase.

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Wood Wood – Best Hipster Gem

Grønnegade 1, 1107 København K, Denmark (map, website)

Right down the block from Storm is another gorgeous discovery: Wood Wood. You can’t possibly pigeon-hole this boutique since it’s a smart combination of avant-garde, streetwear, and high-end fashion. Compared to Storm, Wood Wood oozes a much more minimalistic vibe with outstanding collections of: clothing, shoes and accessories. It even carries its own brand of attire that are reasonably priced.

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Stine Goya – Best Feminine Vibes 

Gothersgade 58, 1123 København K, Denmark (map, website)

A female jetsetter’s must-do is to bring home a piece of a local designer. Whether it’s a handbag or a pair of sparkly heels, the idea of wearing fashion purchased from another country is a precious treasure all on its own. Stine Goya is a brand recommended to us by chic Danes we met, and we ADORE it so much! Artful, colorful, romantic…Stine Goya’s pieces complete every girl’s dream of living out a bohemian yet glamorous dream.

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Mads – Most Popular Danish Designer

Amagertorv 15, 1160 København K, Denmark (map, website)

This is where Scandinavian design and modern cool meet to bring us one of the most talked-about brands in town. Since its grand opening in 1986, Mads has remained as a sought-after address in any fashionable jetsetter’s itinerary. By making “women sexier and men rougher,” Mads own collection makes any basic piece super edgy. The store also carries other collections that are totally affordable.

Facebook/Mads Nørgaard

Munthe – Most Beloved By Supermodel Helena Christensen

Store Regnegade 2, 1110 København K, Denmark (map, website)

And we can understand why. Munthe features a fantastic array of blouses, dresses, skirts and accessories that speak to the elegant, ultra-confident woman who’s not afraid to speak up. Just check out its collection of “Pussy Grabs Back” t-shirts. Located in an alluring vintage road, Munthe is a great reminder of what makes being a woman simply awesome!

Munthe

Where’s your favorite place to shop in Copenhagen? Share with us in the comments.

Wendy Hung

CEO, FOUNDER, EDITOR-IN-CHIEF

As the founder of Jetset Times, Wendy is an avid traveler and fluent in five languages. When she's not traveling, Wendy calls Paris and Taipei home. Her favorite countries so far from her travels have been: Bhutan, Iran, and Russia because they were all so different! St. Bart's was pretty amazing too (wink)!

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