… and Happy New Year!
Hugging a beautiful and happy Copenhagen Christmas tree here at Kongens Nytorv, made by Søren Parmo. Read more about the Danish artist and the tree at www.happyxmastrees.com.
Thank you so much for reading along. And just great meeting a few of you readers at the recent CPH BLONDE Christmas Bazaar & Party :)
I’m looking very much forward to 2016, to new and exciting Copenhagen events.
And to provide wine tasting events in Copenhagen for Norwegians, in superb partnership with Annelise (left) and Ladegourdie Vinimport.
It’s also been a pleasure to receive so many questions from you readers. I apologize for not being able to answer all direct messages, but here is one I think would be nice to share on the blog – hey, fashionistas, Copenhagen fashion tips coming up right here:
… I would love to show my girlfriend some unique places, extraordinary, small, not that known designers or shops. She is in love with those not everyday styles and since Copenhagen is known as one of the greater fashion cities in Europe and you are Copenhagenish – I would really appreciate if you would take some time, to write down some streets or areas where I am able to show her places like I mentioned.
Thank you so much!
I hope my answer is timely enough for your stay. I have two suggestions for your girlfriend:
… Soho-esque. Very well curated selection of brands that are trendy, but different enough.
Vintage and second hand stores
Peace & Love,
a-gHappy Christmas from Copenhagen,