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Mulberry

English designer brand famous for its leather bags. The Mulberry store in Oslo also offers other accessories and shoes....

Oslo

Studio H. Olesen

One of the leading furriers in Europe, offering its own exclusive designs and brands like Fendi, Meerstein, Valentino, Giuliana Teso, Vivian...
Read more: Aker Brygge Shopping Photo: Aker Brygge Senterforeningen

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Aker Brygge Shopping

Shopping and dining area along the harbour with about 30 shops and 40 restaurants and bars. The buildings are distinctive, with their combination of...
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Ferner Jacobsen

Famous store that sells high-quality fashion for men, women and youth. Ferner Jacobsen stocks brands such as Ralph Lauren, Burberry, Armani, Max...
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Oslo Flaggfabrikk - Flag Shop

Large selection of flags and banners, scout products, pennants, boat flags, as well as clothing for sailing, skiing and snowboarding. Oslo...
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Tanum bookstore, Karl Johans gate

Large bookstore chain with several branches in Oslo. The main Tanum bookstore is in Paleet Shopping Centre on Karl Johans gate. Tanum's branches in...
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Mat & Mer

Mat & Mer (Food & More) is a deli, vegetable shop, coffee shop and restaurant. The shop offers a great selection of cheeses, hams and bread from...

Oslo

Marc by Marc Jacobs

Norway's only Marc by Marc Jacobs store offers luxurious clothes, shoes and accessories for men and women. The store opened in October 2013....

Oslo

Rom for Idé

Furniture store at Majorstua with Norwegian and international pieces by renowned designers. Rom for Idé also invests in young talent, and arts and...
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Butikk Brocante

Second-hand and antique store with goods from the late 1800s until approx. 1970. Lamps, furniture, crockery, school supplies, lighters, oddities and...
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