• Filippa K Second Hand
    Filippa K Second Hand

    © Tuukka Ervasti/

  • Nudie Jeans
    Nudie Jeans

    © Ulf Lundin/

  • Sami handcraft

    Sami handcraft

    © Jessica Lindgren/

  • Glassblowing at Kosta Boda in Småland

    Glassblowing at Kosta Boda in Småland

    © Jan Simonsson/



Stockholm, Gothenburg and Malmö is where the shopping action is in Sweden. Look out for the big homegrown department stores for everything under one roof Swedish design and handicrafts, fashion and gifts; a Swedish cheese slicer always goes down well.

Swedish design lover? Look out for the Designtorget chain in the three cities for up and coming and affordable Nordic design.
Swedish fashion lover? Check out the Acne flagship store at Norrmalmstorg in Stockholm, or the Nudie Jeans concept store at Vallgatan 15 in Gothenburg. In Malmö head for the J. Lindeberg flagship store at Södra Tullgatan 3.

So hit the streets of Stockholm, Gothenburg and Malmö for Swedish fashion labels Hope, Filippa K, J Lindeberg, WESC, Whyred and many quality others.

Traditional Sami jewellery

Sami handicraft

Want to treat yourself to a precious memento of Sweden? Then bag a piece of Sami handicraft while you’re here.

Department store Åhléns in Stockholm

Shopping in Stockholm

Famed, pedestrian shopping street Drottninggatan carves the City area of Stockholm down the middle. From the City end of the street you can ‘shop and roll’ all the way down to Gamla Stan (Old Town) part of the city.

Art and design by Formargruppen in Malmö

Shopping Malmö

Malmö makes for eclectic shopping. It’s got a 16th century shopping market square, a beloved flea market, a catalogue of shopping centres and new up-and-coming shopping areas.

Design store “Aschebergsgatan 24” in Gothenburg

Shopping in Gothenburg

Cobbled streets, covered lanes, vintage hot spots, handicraft heaven, the biggest shopping mall in Scandinavia and independent design boutiques. Like. 



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