This was the view across the river from my hotel room whilst in Copenhagen, with the geometric blue tiles on the gorgeously curvaceous Tycho Brahe Planetarium catching the grey Nordic light.
A few shopping recommendations, Project 4 - this small city centre store is packed with gorgeous footwear (I came away with the most perfect pair of almond toe chelsea boots, that I have been searching for all year!) and edgy tees and jewellery.
Magnolia - I don't think they have a website unfortunately, but this is a hidden treasure of a vintage store, tucked away in a basement just across from the Illum department store. (Illum is also worth a visit for the cakes and tea alone!). Magnolia is packed with fairly recent designer vintage, at great prices, I picked up an incredible pair of vintage Chloe heels that were barely worn and probably a quarter of the original ticket price. The staff are also super helpful and recommended some great restaurants for dinner!
O.S.V - another designer vintage store, with a great industrial chic interior. Packed with Acne pieces at snap me up prices and some amazing accessories.
As a cyclist who regularly does battle with hair raising London traffic, the amount of bikes and cycle lanes in Copenhagen was mind blowing, and made me a little envious to say the least!
As the evenings drew in the Nordic skies were beautiful, and we headed out to the meat packing district for drinks and dinner, which I'd highly recommend if you're ever in Copenhagen (although be warned the area has a sleazy Soho undercurrent as it borders the red light district). The meat packing area covers a couple of blocks and is a weird mixtures of old slaughter houses, fish processing factories and achingly cool restaurants and bars. The Danes do industrial chic interiors brilliantly, and many of the bars are worth a visit for the interior styling alone, we loved Organic eaterie
Bio Mio, which was originally a 1920's Bosch warehouse and now lights up the street with neon.