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Alphaville

Brother and sister, Alex and Georgie Clearie constructed Alphaville themselves, using cinder blocks and a poured concrete floor. They sell Aussie label Alpha 60, a dark, modern and innovative collection begun five years ago and stocked along with Cheap Monday jeans and jewelry from local designers. A favorite of the Fitzroy fashion crowd, Alphaville has become a destination for the
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Normann Copenhagen

While Normann Copenhagen was founded with interiors in mind, their clothing collection has definitely risen to the occasion. Scandinavian brands like Stine Goya, Rutzo and Acne are stocked next to Viktor & Rolf and Costume National. Their in-house label Hollys has become wildly successful with the locals, and so has Danish jewelry designer Line & Jo. Østerbrogade 70, 2100 Copenhagen
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Luz

Luz is housed in a quaint courtyard off of the Naviglio Grande Canal. The owners pride themselves on providing an assortment of inventive treats for women and children alike. The soothing palette of the clothing and store exude the essence and tranquility of Provence, without sacrificing Milanese style. The store has an endless selection of possibilities to satisfy shoppers of
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Henrik Vibskov

Nestled on a picturesque side street is the boutique of Danish cult favorite Henrik Vibskov. This shop stocks a vast selection of his signature colorful fabric and daring silhouette concoctions, (Indian print jumpsuits anyone?), illustrating his experimental approach to fashion. If you are looking for innovative style, this is one boutique you should not miss. Krystalgade 6, Copenhagen +45 3314 6100 www.henrikvibskov.com
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Carol Young

Carol Young's boutique is an oasis filled with artistic clothes and an airy, peaceful ambiance. Young herself designs all of the merchandise using only eco-friendly fabrics such as soy, hemp, bamboo and recycled cotton. Her practical and timeless designs include everything from dresses and pants to shoes and accessories, making this the perfect store for the modern, earth-conscious woman.1953 1/2
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Hardware

Geoffrey Rodriguez and Rene Larson opened up shop eight years ago in a successful attempt to stray from the mainstream ideas dominating men’s fashion. As a result, Hardware sells 36 different brands including Fabio di Nicola, Marc Jacobs and Milanese designer Frankie Morello. The collection is a quirky and eclectic mix of street and high fashion, making Hardware
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Frosch & Konigin

 Rochstrasse in the Mitte is beginning to fill up with a number of quaint boutiques. One of these is Frosch & Konigin, an airy and spacious store with a great selection of women’s apparel, as well as an assortment of accessories for the home. From graphic tees to cocktail dresses, their selection pairs classic with contemporary for a woman of
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Depot 2

From electric green lettering and bright white sci-fi interior to walls of the latest must-have sneakers, Depot 2 exemplifies the street wear sensation occurring in Berlin. They stock main players like Marc Ecko, Zoo York and Stussy alongside rising stars like IrieDaily and Berlin Specials. To keep the selection innovative, Depot 2 picks the edgiest and most directional pieces from
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Lot #29

This bright and airy shop has a surprisingly understated feel to it, despite being one of Copenhagen’s most exclusive independent women’s stores. The store carries its own private label, Bad Habits, along with well-known hits such as Missoni and Nina Ricci. It also stocks newcomers like Jovovich Hawk and Danish jewelry line Line&Jo.
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Marc By Marc Jacobs

"Marc loves Copenhagen," said store manager Anne-Mette Trolle, explaining why Mr. Jacobs himself chose the Danish capital as only one of two European locations for a Marc by Marc Jacobs outpost. Fashionistas all over Scandinavia have been flocking to this store since its November 2007 opening, due to its gracious collection of women’s, men’s and children’s wears. Among
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Holly Golightly Accessories

This companion store to Holly Golightly is just as beautifully laid out and full of exquisite shoes and accessories. With everything from Balenciaga totes to Louboutin pumps and Marni baubles to vintage Rolex watches, this shop provides a memorable shopping experience for those in search of eternally chic items. St. Regnegade 2, Copenhagen +45 33 14 19 11 hollygolightly.dk
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Holly Golightly

Born out of two former stylists’ passion for high fashion, Holly Golightly is unsurprisingly shrewd and ridiculously swank, filled with eternally chic items from Marni blouses to Lucien Pellat-Finet cashmere pulls and YSL goodies. Its beautiful layout, intimate setting and professional yet friendly staff set it ahead of the pack. Gammel Mont 2, Copenhagen +45 33 14 19 15 hollygolightly.dk
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Dc4

Brand new to Munzstrasse is DC4, located in one of Berlin’s major shopping destinations, Mitte. They offer an extensive denim selection as well as a small, well-edited selection of shoes and accessories. However, their selection of innovative graphics tees and hoodies takes the cake, with curious closures and trims flawlessly adorning their goods. Munzstrasse 11C, Berlin +49 30 28 44 91 99  
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Eisdieler

As the first boutique to open on Kastanienallee, Eisdieler has paved the way for neighboring shops. This project is the brainchild of three designers, who all bring their individual style to the table. The result is an effortless mix of elegance with urban roots at a reasonable price. Kastanienallee 12 10435 Berlin, Germany+49 30 28391291 www.eisdieler.de
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Kirsten Tadic

This boutique is a welcome addition to the Stargarderstrasse shopping area. With a background in tailoring, Kirsten Tadic's designs are crisp and feminine with dash of vintage glamour. To top it all off (literally), she also knits and sells caps for women and children. Stargarderstrasse 23 10437 Berlin, Germany+49 30 4365 9950 www.kirsten-tadic.de
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