On Thursday the Roskilde Festival starts. I’m sooo excited and for the first time I’m going to stay there for the whole festival. A lot of cool artists will be playing. Here are what I’m definitely going to see.
Since it’s festival I prefer to wear black. I will bring some shorts if the weather will be warm and sunny.
Last week I met with the beautiful Pernille Madsen. Pernille is one of the three students behind the fashion radio program on the University radio. The program is called FashionFladen and airs every second Wednesday. The program is having their summer break but will be back in August!
I had a little chat with Pernille and she told me that she loves vintage clothing.
Her three favorite shops in Copenhagen are: Time’s Up Vintage in Krystalgade. “It’s cosy and personal and I can always find something that I want.” Antoher Nué also in Krystalgade. “It’s a bit expensive but I love it there. They have a lot of different designers.” København K in Studiestræde. “It’s second hand and vintage but it’s cheaper than a lot of other places. You can find anything you dream of!”
If you are in Copenhagen Pernille would recommend you to go to Glyptoteket on a Sunday – there is free entrance! Glyptoteket has a lot of beautiful art like Monet and Egyptian mummies. Everything is there. She also find the building interesting and loves to walk around the halls there. In the middle of the museum is a beautiful winter garden which is a must see…
Are you more into walks around the city, Pernille recommends Ørsted Parken near Nørreport. It’s not a big park but since it’s hilly it feels bigger and you feel like you discover new places around every corner. After your walk in Ørsted Parken go to one of the nices cafes at Pisserenden – it’s the area around Studiestræde. Have a coffee and enjoy the atmosphere.
At night these are the places to visit in her opinion: Zefside is a really nice place. There is free entrance and all the people in there are happy. You’ll always have a good time and party there. The Union - if you find it you need to ring the bell to enter. They have really nice cocktails. You have to go there! Bakken in the Meatpacking District. It’s kinda like Zefside but wih a different crowd. The Meatpacking District has something for every taste…
At the moment Pernille is listening to these three songs. Enjoy!
Tuesday we were invited to the launch event of MUUSE. MUUSE’s mission is to bring the work of the most talented independent fashion designers to people who love design – without filtering by retailers or policing by trend forecasters.
We had some really nice cocktails and enjoyed the company.
And had a nice chat with Cindie and Maiken from Brigade Noir.
Have you ever visited The Man Pepeller? I normally don’t like the high-fashion type of blogs but I think The Man Repeller is an excellent amazing idea, and like that Leandra always adds a touch of humour into the pictures and her outfits. I also absolutely love the idea of wearing what you like even if it repells the opposite sex. Pictures are humbly borrowed from The Man Repeller herself.