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Amager Centeret is a department store and shopping center combined on two floors. It sits on Amager and is mainly used by the inhabitants of this island. Behind Amager Center's renovated façade you will find 58 specialized shops in every genre you can imagine. In addition to these, there are supermarkets, restaurants, bars and a library. Parking facilities are good, as there are 600 spaces.
The largest shopping center in Denmark, Field's assists in a wholesome, fun-filled shopping experience. To regale you with energy as you shop, the center has 18 restaurants and cafes. A host of activities for all include spas for the ladies to visit in between the boutiques and jewelery stores, golfing for the men and fun activity rooms for children. For a delightful family experience while in Copenhagen, visit Field's.
This is the first real shopping mall in the center of Copenhagen. The name refers to the original use of the premises as the main Copenhagen fish market. The shopping center is an interesting experience; not only will you get to choose from more than 100 shops, 15 tempting restaurants and a huge cinema complex, but you will also see a beautiful piece of Danish architecture. Built on the waterfront over four floors, the center has excellent views.
Taking its name from the street it occupies, Ved Stranden 10 houses one of the city's best collection of wines. The collection is heavy on labels from Germany, Austria and France with a little choice from other regions as well like Spain, Portugal and Italy. Biodynamic wines are a specialty, and connoisseurs won't be disappointed with the selection. A small selection of delicious light bites accompanies your drinks. The cozy interiors dressed in white, receive ample light throughout the day. Modern low-hanging lanterns over tables add a nice touch to the space. You can also take a bottle home from the wine shop. Check website for more.
Bitte Kai Rand Store is located on a side street to Kongens Nytorv (the King's New Square), at the center of Copenhagen. It sells the designs of the great Dane designer Bitte Kai Rand. The style is aimed at mature women, and although it could not be called classic, it has that simple, modernist look that leaves room for the wearer's personality to shine through. Daring color combinations and simplicity, are Bitte's forte. Knitted blouses, ponchos, glamorous partywear for spring and autumn. The Kai Brand is for youngsters.
Louise Grnlykke is a qualified goldsmith who opened her own shop in 1994 on this side street to Kongens Nytorv, in the center of Copenhagen. She has won prizes for her designs and the Queen of Denmark has worn her jewelry. Louise Grnlykke's specialty is silver jewelry covered with 24-carat gold, as pure gold would be too heavy to wear comfortably. This is combined with precious stones. The designs are inspired by engravings from ancient Japanese weapons and unintentionally old Danish runic inscriptions. These are very interesting collections indeed.
Ann Wiberg is a Danish fashion designer who has lent her name to her own shops in Copenhagen. One of them is situated just by Nikolaj Udstillingsbygning. All of the clothes in the shop are designed by Ann herself and manufactured in a sewing factory in Paris. The shop gets new deliveries in from France at least every other month. There is a very broad selection of clothes, ranging from ordinary, everyday trousers to classy dresses for near-royal purposes. The prices are reasonable, considering the fine quality of the designs. Ann Wiberg uses her imagination and often brings new, extraordinary ideas to life in her clothes. In May and November the collections are displayed to the public at a fashion show. Here the fashion is, like the clientele, a bit younger and more extreme. Collections from Trash Couture, a venture comprising vintage collections designed by her, are also available at the store.
Buses, trams, cars and bicycles were banned in 1964 to allow for the thousands of shoppers who walk down this open air market. The "cheap" end is at Rådhuspladsen, with simple bars and burger joints, but things get more expensive further down with stores like Gucci and Birger Christensen. Some come here to shop, others just to see and be seen. Walking down Strøget is always an experience; Denmark's national poet, Klaus Rifbjerg, summed it up in a song titled Imagine Walking Down Strøget Dressed In Your Light Blue Pyjamas.
Magasin du Nord is probably the best-known department store in the whole of Denmark. It has a long tradition and occupies an enormous building at Kongens Nytorv. The building was recently restored and is now as splendid as ever. Shoppers will find almost everything they could desire including a huge choice of menswear and women's wear spread out over three floors. The prices vary, though the best deals are to be had during the January and late summer sales.
In Wear Matinique sells the related Danish brands of In Wear (for women) and Matinique (for men). The shop is situated on a corner of Strget, Copenhagen's busy shopping street, and opposite Magasin, one of Denmark's largest department stores. Many people stroll by this spot every day. A two floored shop,the interior is minimal. The brand style classic and casual, combined with slightly more daring details. It is one of the most popular Danish brands, and although it used to be very mainstream, with time it has developed a special style of its own. Prices are average coupled with high quality.
A Pair is just as the name indicates: a shop that sells pairs of shoes. Situated in the heart of Copenhagen, A Pair is one of the hottest shoe shops there, partly due to the popular brands that it sells. There are a lot of Italian brands that are not to be found in any other part of town. If you visit this shop, check out the comfortable couches where you can sink in and try on the shoes.
English Silver House had humble beginnings in 1911, when a couple, inspired by the beauty of English silverware decided to offer a small collection from their apartment in the city. Their collection soon grew and led to the opening of their store two years later. Today, the store offers a fantastic range of antique English silverware from plates and cutlery to utensils. The selection of accessories and ornate candlestands and gift objects is particularly interesting. A great place to look for unique gifts. Check website for more.