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Ferner Jacobsen is an institution when it comes to men’s clothing.
Ferner Jacobsen is an institution when it comes to men’s clothing.

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Oslo’s best stores for men

Stylist Erik Mogseth tells you where to find the sharpest suits and finest accessories in Oslo.

Erik Mogseth studied clothing and costume design at the Academy of Fine Art in Oslo, where he specialized in men’s clothing. Photo: Rakel BergA new suit to wear at Christmas or a bag for your laptop and mobile. A stylish present for dad or just a new pair of jeans for yourself. Lots of new shops have popped up in Oslo offering finer things for men. Scandinavian Traveler asked stylist Erik Mogseth for the lowdown on where men can go to find the sharpest clothes and finest accessories.

Mogseth studied clothing and costume design at the Academy of Fine Art in Oslo, where he specialized in men’s clothing. Today he lectures in recent fashion history at the School of fashion industry.

Ferner Jacobsen

This gem of a shop is gorgeous to look at, traditional, and incredibly proper in all ways. There is plenty of room in which to admire their classic men’s clothing. Ferner Jacobsen is good on suits and offers an exciting selection. Ferner Jacobsen also has branches in Fornebu and Fredrikstad.

Ferner Jacobsen

Stortingsgaten 14, Oslo

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Dapper

Dapper, in trendy Grünerløkka, has virtually everything the modern man could want. Here you will find everything from shaving sets and check shirts to bicycles. Most of it at a very affordable price. Dapper is a store for the future, inspired by past.

Dapper

Nordre gate 13, Oslo

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F5 Concept Store has made its mark with an exciting range.

F5 Concept Store

This store mostly sells Norwegian designs from a wide range of labels and is full of trend favorites such as Haik and Graa. Look out for new designers; there are a lot of good buys to be had at affordable prices.

F5

Øvre Slottsgate 5, Oslo

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Yme

Here you will find everything from designers such as Rick Owens, Kenzo, Alexander McQueen, and Martin Margiela, to name but a few. It was impossible to get hold of these luxury brands in Oslo before this store opened a short while ago. You can also buy design and photo books, as well as men’s fragrances in this wonderful concept store. YME is quite simply world class.

Yme

Karl Johans gate 39, Oslo

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Hope in Oslo.

Hope

Swedish store Hope has a minimalist and modern mix that suits the Scandinavian man well. Suits are Hope’s main specialty.

Hope

Øvre Slottsgate 17, Oslo

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Høyer at Eger in central Oslo has a large selection of clothing, suits, jeans, shoes, and bags for men. Photo: Inga Ragnhild Holst

Høyer Eger

Høyer at Eger is modern, trendy, and has fresh accessories such as bags and fantastic shoes. My favorite brand at Høyer is French label Lanvin.

Høyer

Karl Johans gate 23 b, Oslo

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Last edited: November 5, 2017

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