Going to Scandinavia, any stores to check out?

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by Wongtouski, Jul 11, 2013.

  1. Wongtouski

    Wongtouski Senior member

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    I'll be going to Finland/Sweden/Norway/Denmark for 3 weeks. Other than say Rose & Born / Acne....any stores I should check out?
     


  2. erpet

    erpet Senior member

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    In Stockholm:

    Clothes (and some shoes): Hans Allde, Lund & Lund and Gabucci have nice stuff. NK (the big department store) is O.K.

    Shoes: Skoaktiebolaget and the C&J store on HumlegÄrdsgatan


    The prices are generally a bit high in Sweden, but in the summertime there is a chance a sale is going on.
     


  3. amisuh

    amisuh Member

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    Hi

    I would also check out OscarJacobsson stores. They can have some nice stuff if you're lucky.
     


  4. Jamesgatz

    Jamesgatz Senior member

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    In Helsinki:

    Fere: with a well-curated selection of Brioni, Isaia, T&A, Loro Piana, Sutor, C&J, and Hackett.

    Sauma: Carmina, Caruso, Tombolini, Mabro, John Smedley

    Stockmann: department store with Zegna, Canali, RL Blue Label, and others

    Solo: more fashion-forward Italian stuff from Canali, Corneliani, and smaller brands.

    Nicolas: Etro, Corneliani, Borrelli.

    All are located quite close (i.e. walking distance) from each other.
     


  5. Bams

    Bams Active Member

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    Hi,
    If you are going to Oslo, you have
    -Ferner Jacobsen (E. Zegna, Corneliani, Polo and some shoes)
    -Eger torget (Canali, nice selection of shirt: T&A, Barba, Borreli, shoes: Carmina C&J and Santoni)
    -L escalier (Corneliani)

    But Norway is probably the most expensive of the 4. However I have found that E. Zegna and Corneliani are cheaper there than in London.
     


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