The best menswear shops in Copenhagen

The best menswear shops in Copenhagen

Nana Hagel

Danish men’s fashion has been on the international radar for quite a few years now, and Copenhagen brands continue to inspire with cool and wearable items focusing on high-quality design. Most of the fashionable and stylish shops are found in the city centre, and below are four favourite menswear shops in Copenhagen to update your wardrobe or simply get inspired by the Scandinavian sense of style.

Han Kjøbenhavn

Originally founded as an eyewear brand in 2008, Han Kjøbenhavn is now a renowned quintessential Danish brand with shops in Paris, New York City and Copenhagen. It is not afraid to go that extra mile, and with its provoking fashion shows featuring masked models and live wolves, the flagship store in Central Copenhagen offers wearable designs inspired by cultures worldwide. This shop decorated with a mix of Danish design classics, furniture designed by the team themselves as well as local craftsmen is not to be missed on a Copenhagen shopping spree. It is for a reason that this is one of the most popular menswear shops in Copenhagen.

Wood Wood

Combining unpretentious yet sophisticated fashion with urban lifestyle, the Wood Wood brand is in many ways synonymous with Copenhagen. Working with silhouettes as well as thinking outside the box in creative collaborations with companies such as Disney, Clarks and Eastpak, the Wood Wood store in central Copenhagen offers a large selection of menswear as well as shoes and accessories.

Norse

On a charming street in the old part of town, you will find Norse Store Men selling premium casual and sportswear with a passion for functionality and quality. With a distinct laid-back style, the Norse pieces are well designed and modern as the brand blends outdoor pieces with avant-garde fashion. This is one of the best menswear shops in Copenhagen for gentlemen looking for outerwear, knitwear, trousers or small leather goods.

Goods

Goods is a local destination shop on Østerbro tending to a broad clientele of locals and visitors alike. Here the designers behind Goods handpick their favourite local as well as international brands such as Japanese GoreTex specialist Nanamica, Italian design brand Zanone specialising in knitwear and local brand Andersen-Andersen designing classic sailor sweaters knitted from 100% pure merino wool.

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