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The 5 finest men’s fashion stores in Stockholm, Sweden

Stockholm’s top 5 men’s fashion stores

Looking for the best places to shop for men’s fashion in Stockholm? Nordic men’s fashion is based on two fundamental ideas: simplicity and utility. The Scandinavian wardrobe is the epitome of less is more, from the pieces themselves to the way they’re combined. It emphasizes on components that provide utility – warmth, comfort, and mobility – without going overboard. Whether consciously or unconsciously, the Scandinavian urge to mix utility with a fashion-forward edge has been pushed by the climate. And by foregoing the embellishments preferred by the likes of Parisian and Milanese designers, they have succeeded in becoming one of the world’s top style destinations. Here is our list of Stockholm’s most handsome men’s fashion store.
A Day’s March Odenplan Stockholm Sweden retail store
A Day’s March Odenplan Stockholm Sweden retail store

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A Day’s March

In the fall of 2022, the Swedish fashion brand A Day’s March, known for its durable everyday fashion staples, opened the doors to its third Stockholm store on Odengatan. The 230 sq m store has been designed and decorated by co-founder and creative director Pelle Lundquist in close collaboration with interior architect Daniel Braconier. The checkerboard floors are inspired by the building’s staircases and the new arched window now looks like it did when the property was built in 1909.

A Day’s March
Odengatan 72
Stockholm
Sweden

Photography courtesy of Mikael Lundblad and A Day’s March

Our Legacy Stockholm Sweden retail store

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Our Legacy

Scandinavian cool is embodied by Stockholm-based brand Our Legacy. Custom-developed fabrics, minimalist silhouettes and textures, coupled with their own spin on timeless design staples, have earned them a global fan base. Swedish architecture studio Arrhov Frick designed the minimalist retail space in Stockholm, which opened in 2015. With a mix of concrete, acrylic, stainless steel, and wood, the space is primarily made of concrete.

Our Legacy
Jakobsbergsgatan 11
Stockholm
Sweden

Photography courtesy of Arrhov Frick and Our Legacy

Nitty Gritty Stockholm Sweden retail store
Nitty Gritty Stockholm Sweden retail store

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Nitty Gritty

Nitty Gritty is an independent multi-brand retailer, online store and showroom located on Krukmakargatan. It opened in 1991 as a backlash to all the big clothing chains that dominated the retail scene in the early 1990s. The store was one of the first independent stores in Stockholm to bring in a mix of brands – Barena Venezia, Aspesi, Bode, and Comme des Garçons, to name a few – to offer alternative fashion to Stockholmers. Nitty Gritty has also initiated ‘Art in store’, in which contemporary art exhibitions are installed in the Södermalm space.

Nitty Gritty
Krukmakargatan 24-26
Stockholm
Sweden

Photography courtesy of Nitty Gritty

Asket Stockholm Sweden retail store

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Asket

Asket was established with the goal of minimizing clutter, wastage, and smoke and mirrors in the fashion industry. In order to combat quick fashion, the Swedish company solely produces important basics. This leads to a permanent range of zero-compromise items crafted from the best materials in conjunction with experienced, ethical mills and manufacturers. You can browse the permanent collection, take a deep dive into the garment journey from raw material to completed items, and preview new staples at the Stockholm flagship shop.

Asket
Norrmalmstorg 1
Stockholm
Sweden

Photography courtesy of Asket

Gabucci Stockholm Sweden retail store
Gabucci Stockholm Sweden retail store

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Gabucci

Gabucci is the place to go for Italian ‘sprezzatura’ with a Scandinavian twist. Gabucci is a family-owned multi-brand store that never sacrifices quality or service. Owner Bob Tavakoli greets his guests in an exquisite and modern environment built by Broberg & Ridderstråle.

Gabucci
Östermalmstorg 14
Stockholm
Sweden

Photography courtesy of Gabucci

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