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Published on May 1st, 2008 | by trendcocktail


COPENHAGEN Shopping update

Copenhagen’s Catwalk: Kronprinsensgade
If any street can claim to be the city’s fashion
centre, it is Kronprinsensgade. If you want to
get in on the next hot designer to come out of
Scandinavia, this is the place to do it. A visit to
Stig P or Bruuns Bazaar, is a good way to keep
ahead of styles in London, Paris or Milan.

Strøget & Købmagergade are the longest
shopping streets in Copenhagen. International
fashion from Prada, Louis Vuitton, Cerutti,
Mulberry, Chanel, and Hugo Boss
can be found.


The Latin Quarter (contained by the western
end of Strøget, Nørre Voldgade and Nørregade)
is full of groovy record stores and cheaper, hip
clothes shops – both new and second hand.
A touch of continental style is added to this
intimate grid of streets by French restaurants
L’Education Nationale and La Galette.


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