Happy Socks has infused sock drawers around the world with a much-needed splash of color. The company was founded in 2008 and today their socks and underwear can be found all around the world. (text: Visitstockholm.com)
The first Hötorgshallen stood on this site in the 1880’s. Today delicacies from all around the world share the space in Hötorgshallen. Go on a gastronomical journey, and browse through the market booths. (text: Visitstockholm.com)
The Swedish fashion chain H&M is a huge global player. Much of its success is attributed to its wide selection of affordable fashion and ability to quickly pick up the latest trends. In central Stockholm, you’ll find the biggest selection in the stores at the intersection of Drottningatan and Mäster Samuelsgatan. Here you will also find H&M’s head office. (text: Visitstockholm.com)
A fashion house that has met with great success all over the world, using its trendy and innovative jeans collection as a starting point. The first collection consisted of only 100 pairs, which were distributed to friends and acquaintances. But the demand for more jeans was tremendous, and so Acne Jeans was born. Today Acne Studios makes entire women’s and men’s collections, including shoes and accessories. The flagship store is on Norrmalmstorg square in downtown Stockholm.
At Acne Archive, at Torsgatan 53, you will find pieces from past collections and resewn garments at bargain prices. (text: Visitstockholm.com)
Exclusive Swedish perfume house whose products are as beautiful to look at as they are fragrant. What makes Byredo unique is its simplicity and the relatively few ingredients they use. All the fragrances are unisex. In addition to perfume, the line includes soaps, skincare products, and scented candles. (text: Visitstockholm.com)
Swedish star designer Carin Rodebjer has two stores in Stockholm. She has received numerous awards over the years, including Elle’s Fashion Designer of the Year three times. Rodebjer’s collections are practical, elegant and feminine, with a touch of crudity and avant-garde. Recurring sources of inspiration are Swedish folk costumes, French bohemians of the 1920s, and the Finnish trash rock band Hanoi Rocks. Talk about contrasts! There is a second store on Regeringsgatan 50. (text: Visitstockholm.com)
Steeped in tradition, NK is Stockholm’s most luxurious department store, established in 1915. Swedish and international fashion, cosmetics, jewelry, crystal, ceramics, design, fine foods and much more. (text: Visitstockholm.com)
New and stylish mall with a focus on fashion and design. Moodfeatures niche boutiques like Rodebjer and Posh Living along with famous international brands recently established in Sweden, including Ralph Lauren and Club Monaco. When you are ready for a shopping break, you can enjoy a delicious meal in one of the popular restaurants (Boqueria, Vigårda, E.A.T.) or take in the modern art that adorns the walls. Mood Stockholm is on Regeringsgatan on the block that connects the Hamngatan and Bibliotekstan shopping districts. (text: Visitstockholm.com)
South European classics meet Swedish flavors and interior design at Hillenberg. The restaurant, located on Östermalm, is run by celebrity chef Niklas Ekstedt and has a close partnership with Ekstedt’s wine café Tyge & Sessil. In other words: great food and great wine! (text: Visitstockholm.com)
Östermalm Market Hall has been an institution ever since it opened in the beautiful brick building on Östermalmstorg in 1888. Stroll around the counters packed with fresh fish, meat, sweets, and traditional delicacies or have a seat at one of the many restaurants or wine bars for some people watching. Östermalmshallen houses 17 traders, many of which have been here for generations.
In March 2020, the market hall re-opened after several years of renovation. The original star-shaped floor plan has been reinstated, there are three easily accessible floors, and visitors can enjoy several new stores and restaurants. (text: Visitstockholm.com)
Swedish designer Nirvan Richter is inspired by a combination of Scandinavian minimalism and American Shaker. The award-winning designer runs his company with a humanistic and ecological mindset that takes the eco-cycle into account. (text: Visitstockholm.com)
At Taverna Brillo you can have breakfast, lunch, dinner, and cocktails. The main dining room is surrounded by two bars. The venue also includes a pizzeria, bread shop, charcuterie, deli counter, orangery and an ice cream parlor. The food concept – Italian in Swedish translation – was developed in partnership with Swedish celebrity chef Tommy Myllimäki. (text: Visitstockholm.com)