Shopping

Books in Stockholm

Rönnells Antikvariat

From vintage Astrid Lindgren books to dusty 19th-century travel guides, the 100,000-strong collection of books here, many in English, make this one of the meatiest secondhand bookshops in town. Forage through the sa…
Clothing in Stockholm

59 Vintage Store

This rack-packed nirvana of retro threads will have you playing dress-up for hours. Both girls and boys can expect high-quality gear from the 1950s to the 1970s, including glam mid-century ball-gowns, platform boots…
Clothing in Stockholm

Frank Form

Fetching interior design, fashion and jewellery you’re unlikely to find elsewhere in town, including pieces from the UK, Spain and the Czech Republic. Pick up slinky guys’ sweaters from Basque label Lo…
Shopping Centre in Stockholm

Västermalmsgallerian

This busy mall is home to some noteworthy residents. Pick up Scandi-design at DesignTorget, sexy Swedish briefs at BjörnBorg, cult cosmetics at Face Stockholm and democratically priced kids’ and women&#x…
Cosmetics in Stockholm

Cow Parfymeri

Who said no one loves a cow? This cool cosmetics temple has no trouble pulling with its trend- setting range of perfumes, sticks and shades. Pick up rock-chic cosmetics from Urban Decay and Vincent Longo, or spray y…
Clothing in Stockholm

Marimekko

Marimekko is to Finland what 10 Swedish Designers is to Sverige – its fresh retro patterns are the stuff of legend. And like its Swedish equivalent, the Finnish textile legend has plastered almost everything …
Fashion & Accessories in Stockholm

WESC

This street-smart label got started by dressing up underground artists and musos. In less than a decade, it’s become one of Sweden’s fashion big guns, opening up stores from Seoul to Beverly Hills (act…
Fashion & Accessories in Stockholm

Whyred

Fashion-literate Swedes can’t get enough of designer Roland Hjort’s understated clothes – think preppy-college meets street-smart. The guys’ sweaters are particularly fine and the women&#…
Fashion & Accessories in Stockholm

Filippa K

Filippa K is the epitome of regulation Nordic style – think sleek looks, classic cuts and sensible sombre tones. The store, a minimalist masterpiece designed by AARO Arkitekter, also stocks shoes, accessories…
Cafe in Stockholm

Sibyllans Kaffe & Tehandel

Looking venerable with its sombre wooden interior and rows of giant tea tins, this tea and coffee peddler has been filling pots and plungers since WWI. Try the house blend of mixed green teas or go Latin with a Bial…