Han Kjøbenhavn store, New York

April 11th, 2013 by retail design blog

The latest installment of Manhattan’s Scandinavian retail takeover is Han Kjøbenhavn, located at 27 Prince Street in the former home of Ray’s Pizza. The brand is best known for its eyewear, denim, and Danish workwear, which can all be found inside the new Nolita storefront. Additionally, Danish design books are also up for grabs. The interior of the store is particularly minimal, with jeans rolled up neatly inside stacked fixtures and wooden-framed photographs hanging on the wall just so.













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