Select Shopping | Go bargain barmy at the stock outlets
One of the first signs of spring, other than the blooming flowers, is the number of stock outlets in and around Copenhagen in February and March. Most of the big brands take part, and there are bargains galore to be had if you don’t mind wearing last season’s styles. Here are just a few of the outlets open this week.
The brand claims to be inspired by four core values: love, unpredictability, eccentricity and strictness and the clothes revolves around the imaginary character Stella Nova and her ‘must have’ wardrobe.
KFUM-huset, St Kannike Stræde 19, 2th, Cph K; Fri 12:00-20:00 & Sat 09:00-17:00; www.stella-nova.dk
Múus Malou Sander
Get up to 80 percent off the past winter collection, and enjoy a day of exclusive shopping at the Bernstorff Castle. Have brunch in the basement restaurant, but reserve a table in advance.
Bernstorff Castle, Jægersborg Allé 93, Gentofte; Sat 11:00-18:00 and Sun 11:00-17:00; www.malousander.dk; www.bernstorffslot.dk
A brand aimed at passionate and confident women, designed by Pernille Leschly Halle, who takes inspiration from her travels, art, cinema and her cosmopolitan lifestyle in Shanghai.
Pakhus 11, Dampfærgevej 2, Cph Ø; Tue 10:00-19:00 & Wed 10:00-16:00; www.stylebutler.com
Mentor & Black Lily
If you’re looking for a new leather bag or accessory, this is the outlet for you as Black Lily is selling all of its previous leather collections as well as scarves and knitting.
KFUM-huset, St. Kannike Stræde 19, 2th, Cph K; Tue 08:00-18:00 and Wed 09:00-17:00; www.blacklily.dk
If you like an urban bohemian look, this might be the outlet for you. This modern design company creates timeless but contemporary pieces with a distinctive Scandinavian imprint aimed at a sophisticated urban woman.
KFUM, St Kannikestræde 19, 2th, Cph K; Tue 08:00-18:00; www.custommade.dk
So Last Season
This is not a day event like the rest; this is an actual shop with last season’s looks and huge discounts, although you can also shop online. Brands include everything from big international ones like Jimmy Choo and Marc Jacobs to Danish ones like Stine Goya and Wood Wood.