Who said Scandinavian design was austere? Young Oslo designer Fam Irvoll's fashions for women and children are neither for the faint of heart nor the faint of...more
For a fun foray into Norway's culinary traditions, look for the stuffed reindeer in the window and pop into this meat, cheese, and fine-foods shop near the town...more
Stylish Norwegians need somewhere to outfit their spawn, and this kids' shop in trendy Grünerløkka is the most popular stroller stop. Owner Ida Lill...more
"With or without" is how the name of this shop translates from Norwegian. But if you're looking for clean-lined Northern European style, chances are you'll...more
Three Norwegian men with a penchant for color and kitsch are the designers behind what's probably Norway's most famous fashion brand. And the Moods of Norway...more
Scandinavian style at its most cozy and buttery-leathered is the attraction at this tiny women's boutique in Grünerløkka, which stocks designs by...more
You'll find this small but well-edited furniture shop on what's arguably Oslo's poshest residential street, Bygdøy Allé. The owners work with small...more
Ask the fashionistas working in many an Oslo boutique where they like to shop when they're not using their employee discounts, and chances are Velouria Vintage...more
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