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Hay in Copenhagen, for all lovers of bits and pieces.
Hay in Copenhagen, for all lovers of bits and pieces.

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Find your gifts in Copenhagen

Not only are Danes the happiest people in the world, they also make beautiful furnitures, clothes and mouth-watering goodies.

Designer Zoo

This design store and two-story gallery with changing exhibitions and seven workshops is in the hip Vester­bro neighborhood. On the shop floor, designers use glass, ceramics, and metalwork to create a multitude of esthetic expressions.

Designer Zoo

Vesterbrogade 137, Copenhagen

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Storm

A hotspot for fashion addicts, Storm showcases up-and-coming labels and this month’s must-wear indie fragrance. You'll also find classics such as Diptyque and Comme des Garçons alongside books, magazines, and fun ideas.

Storm

Store Regnegade 1, Copenhagen

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Andersen Bakery

Japanese baker Shunsuke Takaki fell in love with Danish pastry 55 years ago and took it back to Hiroshima with him. The fairy-tale continues with a pastry empire stretching from Chinese Hong Kong to Los Angeles, named for H.C. Andersen. There are three bakeries in Copenhagen, one of which is inside the Nimb Hotel in Tivoli Gardens.

Andersen Bakery

Bernstorffsgade 5, Copenhagen

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Hay

Hay gives a new perspective of Strøget with its humanism and sustainability, humor and inspiration from around the world that manifests itself in affordable furniture and home accessories. A visit to the brand’s store on its home turf in Copenhagen is a meditational experience for all lovers of bits and piec

Hay

Østergade 61, Copenhagen

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Wood Wood

Wood Wood is a fashion brand that combines street influences with high-quality tailoring. The store also sells international brands such as Comme des Garçons and Kenzo. The Museum is their outlet store.

Wood Wood

Grœnnegade 1, Copenhagen

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Stilleben

Stilleben is a big favorite on the list of Danish design stores, because they have everything: Classic design, textiles, jewelry, ceramics, and glass, by leading Danish designer. The store is a part of the design experience.

Stilleben

Niels Hemmingsensgade 3, Copenhagen

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Summerbird

Summerbird produces chocolates and other goodies using organic ingredients and has several stores in Copenhagen and rest assured, the traditional Danish chocolate and marshmallow treats – flødeboller – do retain their appeal even in flavors such as passion fruit and licorice. And how about that name? Summerbird. Poetry.

Summerbird

Ny Østergade 9, Copenhagen

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Last edited: March 13, 2018

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