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Copenhagen Guide: Fashion


Copenhagen Guide: Fashion

April 26, 2010

Some of our favorite clothing stores make a great fashion tour of Copenhagen.

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Birger Christensen Denmark’s leading fur and fashion house offers an in-house fur design department and stocks labels such as Prada, Chanel, Lanvin, and YSL.

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Mads Norgaard With lines for men, women, and children, designer Mads Norgaard has the fashion bases covered; he specializes in updated classics; Breton-striped tops, for instance, and also carries lines by other designers such as Paul Smith. Interesting sidenote: He designed all the uniforms for Noma, the world’s top-rated restaurant. For location information, go to Mads Norgaard.

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By Malene Birger This award-winning Danish designer is inspired by classic 1950s and 1960s silhouettes; she is known for her sophisticated, easy-to-wear dresses and separates. The flagship store on Antonigade is well worth a visit; for a glimpse into her equally compelling interior-designer style, see Required Reading: Malene Birger’s Life in Pictures.

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Munthe Plus Simonsen This award-winning design label was founded in 1994 by designers Naja Munthe and Karen Simonsen; since then, locals and fashion-conscious travelers have been flocking to their centrally located, stylish store. Check out their latest summer 2011 collection video here.

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DAY Birger et Mikkelsen Founded by Marianne Brandi and her husband, Keld Mikkelsen, DAY Birger et Mikkelsen is a leading Danish brand offering men’s, women’s, and children’s clothing as well as an inspired Homeware Collection.

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Noa Noa These whimsical shops sell bohemian-inspired women’s and children’s wear; lovely accessories are also on offer for reasonable prices. There are several locations throughout Copenhagen.

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