Handmade Chanel No.5 soap in Bornholm, Denmark
Mint is this season’s hottest color! You will have a hard time not finding a mint piece for your spring and summer collection. I’ve scoured the web for my favorite minty green picks:
Yves Saint Laurent Obsession satin and suede pumps at net-a-porter
Valentina Satchel in Mint Cowhide from Botkier
Mint Candy Apple nail polish from essie
ACNE Bacall crinkled crepe-shorts at net-a-porter
KEP New York bangles
Erika oversized sunglasses by Ray Ban
Carousel Bangle Watch from Kate Spade
If you crave a few mint accents for your home,check out Vipp’s collection in Copenhagen Green
Today I stopped in the lovely Normann Copenhagen Flagship store on Østerbrogade. If you are traveling to Copenhagen you must stop by; the shop is filled with marvelous products from both well known and new designers. My favorite thing about Normann Copenhagen is they change the window display every day which is a treat for the eyes!
My favorite product in Normann Copenhagen is Beater, a collapsable space-saving whisk in an array of colors by German design trio Ding3000. If you are in the market for a new whisk consider this one. Check out Normann Copenhagen’s website here.
It was a cold and dark winter here in Copenhagen, but Spring has finally arrived! Born and raised in Nashville, Tennessee I am not used to the dark Danish winters; I’ve never been so happy for spring! To think, just a few months ago the sun rose at 8:00 at set at 16:00, now the sun rises before 6:00 and sets at 21:00!
What better way to celebrate the spring/summer season than with a lovely pair of flats. The leather details and neutral color pallet of these Rag & Bone sandals will go with any outfit!
The newness of KBH’s food market Torvehallerne has started to wear off, but the it remains the culinary epicenter of the city. I’ve been hoping a well priced organic stand would open, and this Saturday I discovered Jord, which has beautiful, fresh, organic produce. We all know buying organic is more expensive but Jord is fairly priced, and it’s cheaper than Irma!