During our trip to Denmark, we came across some really cool spots to shop. Below, we’ve compiled a small list of some of our favourite ones to check out if you’re heading out there.
This is a really cool spot selling used and new designer goods. We found some archive pieces from RAF, Gucci and Helmut Lang in there; as well as newer season pieces from brands like Acne and APC. I managed to pick up a dope Louis Vuitton wallet on the low low, so I was happy with it. It’s easy to get to and definitely worth checking out!
Now, this is what I imagine every skate store to be like – small and homely with vibrant décor resembling that of a fun fair. The owner (Mick) is an absolute G too. He is part of ‘FLIP’, and helps to run the Copenhagen Open, alongside participating too. Even if you don’t skate, this spot is still worth hitting up. Some really cool clothing; decks, visuals and a nice feel to it. It’s definitely the epitome of what ‘your local’ skate store should be like.
Another second hand store specialising in second hand designer goods; this is definitely worth hitting up! It has a fairly big inventory of brands such as Undercover, Junya, Thom Browne etc. I almost copped a pair of cropped CDG patchwork jeans but my backoff is too big and couldn’t quite fit in it. I also almost copped the Tisci Air Force, but I had spent nearly all my money on alcohol and protein cookies, so opted not to. If you’re in the area, make sure to check it out: It’s even worth going out of your way for!
Storm is Storm. If you’ve been to Collette or DSM, then you’ll pretty much see the same brands. Don’t get me wrong though; the stores are worth visiting for the interior design alone. Brands such as: OFF-WHITE, Midnight Studios and Thom Browne were some of the reputable names stocked in the store. Milo was going to cop the ‘I only smoke when I drink tee’, but shortly realised he smokes all the time. I would defo swing by if in the area, but unless you’re bawling you can’t really do much other than pretending to look interested.
Woodwood was, in my eyes, the streetwear equivalent of DSM. The interior was very well curated; memorabilia and accessories doubled as pieces of art. The brands stocked included Gosha, Undercover and WTAPS. It is definitely worth hitting up if you’re in CPH – prices don’t differ too much from here either.
If you’re looking for minimalism, that effortless Danish cool, then this is the place. Everyday wear got you looking like a young Magnus.
Reset is the equivalent of ‘Size?’, I guess. A lot of GR releases, but the upper echelon of GR, no fugazi tings agwan. It’s cool, and the guys in store are really safe. Not my personal cup of tea, as I’m not a hugely into readily available items. But yeah, holla them if you’re about!
This is 100000% worth checking if you’re a size 7-9. Any bigger? Don’t bother. Supposedly everyone in Denmark has small feet kmt. The shoes in there were peng though; I definitely caught feelings a few times checking them out. Prices aren’t bad either to be fair – most of it was reasonably priced. Worth hitting up? I’d say it’s worth making a stop by if you’re in the area, even if it’s just to appreciate the shoes.