Maritime Antiques &

Maritime Antiques & is a unique shop just around the corner from the picturesque Nyhavn in Copenhagen. The place combines high quality fashion (think Andersen-Andersen sailor sweaters and Mister Freedom vintage-inspired jackets) with authentic maritime antiques. From telescopes and ship lanterns to compasses and diving helmets, it’s clear that the place’s owners have a true passion for everything that’s sea connected.

Toldbodgade 15 / Copenhagen

Photos by Edward Kanarecki.

Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek

 Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek in the heart of Copenhagen displays ancient and modern art in truly unique surroundings. Founded in 1888 by the brewer Carl Jacobsen, the art museum contains two main departments combining art in impressive architectural surroundings.
The Department of Antiquities houses excellent collections of Egyptian, Greek, Etruscan and Roman art, providing a delightful stroll through 3500 years of art and history. The Modern Department focuses on Danish painting and sculpture of the 19th and 20th centuries, as well as French art of the same period (currentlt not on display, sadly). It is also possible to see the complete series of Degas’ bronzes (!) and 35 sculptures by Rodin. And of course, Glyptotek is known for its beautiful and spacious Winter Garden, where you can take a breathe and refresh yourself at Café Glyptoteket. Shortly, the Glyptotek is a must-see when in Copenhagen.

Dantes Plads 7 / Copenhagen

Photos by Edward Kanarecki.

Paloma Vintage in Copenhagen

Instagram is often dubbed as the place for rare vintage shopping – and Paloma Vintage is the best prove for that. The small boutique in Copenhagen appeared in the spotlight thanks to its Insta-success. Approachable, yet quintessentially Copenhagen styling of those fashion treasures communicates to the viewer that vintage shouldn’t lay forgotten in an attic chest, but can be worn on a regular, daily basis. Paloma Vintage specializes in selling uniquely curated vintage garments and accessories (think Yves Saint Laurent wool dresses, a polka-dot Givenchy cotton jacket, a 70s Celine clutch or Hermès t-shirts with horse motifs) that look as good and chic as back in the days. If you’re not planning a trip to Copenhagen in the near future, check out Paloma Vintage’s ‘gram. But if you’re soon in the city, make sure to visist!

Grønnegade 29 / Copenhagen

All photos by Edward Kanarecki.

Holly Golightly

Holly Golightly is a fashion retailer located in the heart of Copenhagen. This concepts tore features ready-to-wear from brands like Lemaire, Rosie Assoulin, Saks Potts, Dries Van Noten, The Vampire’s Wife and other labels, as well as a selection of leather goods, cosmetics (the impressive Buly 1803 shop-in-shop), fine jewellery and a finely curated selection of vintage items. The store also houses the dutch furniture brand Piet Hein Eek. The owner, Barbara Maj Husted Werner, strongly believes in personal and timeless style and aims to inspire her customers with a coalition between high-end luxury goods and hand-picked items from all around the world. The fashion retail scene in Copenhagen is truly exciting, and stores like Holly Golightly are clear reasons why. I mean, just take a look how fantastic this space is!

Borgergade 17B / Copenhagen

All photos by Edward Kanarecki.