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Try the smaller streets away from Strøget, and you can find many treasures.
Take a trip to Krystalgade where you will find both vintage and Scandinavian design, to Kronprinsensgade to check out real shopping pearls, or to Istedgade for a new experience!
The shopping street that has everything!
In this trendy and trendy area of Inner City, the shopping gems are in succession, as well as nice cafes where you can take a well-deserved break between the beats.
Stig P was the first store to open in Kronprinsensgade, in 1969, it carries brands such as Sonia by Sonia Rykiel, Maria Black and Line & Jo.
In Kronprinsensgade 9B lies Le Fix, which has been voted Copenhagen's best menswear business. This fun store has both a tattoo studio and a gallery and is definitely worth a visit.
Formerly a street on Vesterbro with a little bad reputation, which has now blossomed with exciting shops and nice cafes.
The clothing store RUDE in Istedgade 112 sells clothes with a vintage-inspired look. Here you can secure garments that no one else has!
Dixie Gray in Istedgade 56C is definitely recommended, this is a fun shop! Here it is like stepping into the 50's where you are surrounded by tulle skirts and colorful dresses. If you want a little break from shopping you should go to the COFFEE. At this cafe you can enjoy coffee and a delicious croissant in a cozy atmosphere where all of the furniture is made from recycled wood.
Start at Another Nué in Krystalgade 3 (Latin Quarter) and be tempted by beautiful clothes from Alexander Wang and 3.1 Philip Lim. Continue to Times Up Vintage in Krystalgade 4 where you will find amazing vintage clothing and accessories from brands such as YSL, Versace and Chanel.
Right next door, in Krystalgade 6, is Henrik Vibskov. Here it is full of clothes in different colors and graphic prints. In addition to their own designs, they also have brands like Stine Goya and Surface 2 Air.
Finish the tour at COS in Krystalgade 14. If you love minimalist Scandinavian design this is the place!
Feel free to start with a coffee at Coffee Collective and work your way down the street. "Karamelleriet", with homemade caramels, is a natural stop. If you prefer the healthy alternative, cross the street to ROD and buy an organic freshly squeezed juice.
Perhaps you will be tempted by what the store collective Ladyfingers offers of beautiful, custom-designed jewelry, or of Inge Vincent's award-winning ceramics across the street.
The Scooter Seed, is a tiny second-hand shop that has the most incredible antiques and spin-offs, and should you go hungry you can find delicious food at both Manfred's and well-known Relæ.
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