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10 Swedish Designers

Shops

Tiogruppen was set up by ten young textile artists back in 1970 and since then their creations have become design classics. The colourful, bold geometric...

Götgatan 25

Accent

Shops

Looking for soft suede gloves, large bags, a silk scarf or new leather wallet? Wedins Accent has it all, with price tags more suited to the hippie than the...

Drottninggatan 66

Björn Borg

Shops

Björn Borg, once the king of tennis, is now the king of Swedish smalls and his collection, from underwear to bags and shoes, is ace.

Sturegallerian, Stureplan

Gallerian

Restaurants & cafés, Shops

Located just down from Sergels Torg and just up from NK, Stockholm's first shopping mall is the place for everyday items rather than luxury goods. Among its...

Hamngatan 37

Handskaffär

Shops

Even if the shop looks pretty empty from the outside, Handskaffär is most definitely not. In a few square metres, you can find the most feminine jewellery...

St Eriksgatan 31

H&M

Shops

International megastore H&M needs little introduction. By quickly designing copies of each new season's catwalk fashions, it has made itself almost as well...

Hamngatan 22

Mormors Skattkista

Shops

Mormors Skattkista sells vintage clothes, bags and jewellery from as far back as the 1920s. The quality is good, since the owner has pre-selected the stock,...

Bondegatan 56

Mrs H Stockholm

Shops

Mrs H stocks bags, shoes, clothes and make-up for the true fashionista. Here you will find hand-picked items from Sonia Rykiel, Juicy Couture, Marc Jacobs,...

Inside Passagen mini mall, Birger Jarlsgatan 9

Sturegallerian

Shops

If Sergels Torg is the people's centre of Stockholm, Sturegallerian and its environs are the centre for the jet set. As the city's most glamorous mall it...

Entrances at Grev Turegatan 9 & Stureplan

Västermalmsgallerian

Restaurants & cafés, Shops

This pleasant shopping mall connected to the Fridhemsplan T-bana station kickstarted the revitalisation of Kungsholmen when it opened its doors a few years...

St Eriksgatan & Fleminggatan