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The art of spending in style
When hunting for stylish Norwegian design there are many shopping streets to explore all over the country.
Two girls laughing in front of a store at Bakklandet in Trondheim
shopping in Trondheim.
Photo: Marius Rua / trondelag.com

In the last decade or so, the interest in both Norwegian design and architecture has grown significantly, mostly thanks to strong, locally oriented creators who combine traditional materials such as bare wood, leather, and wool with contemporary styles and impulses.

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Whilst the choice of Norwegian design items has expanded, you can also find international prêt-à-porter fashion several places, like around Egertorget and Akersgata in Oslo. Norway’s second largest city, Bergen, is now known for local independent fashion shops. Other larger cities, like Stavanger and Trondheim, also has showrooms of local brands that bring out the natural essence of their respective regions.

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More than 4,000 shops all over Norway offer the opportunity for a VAT (Value Added Tax) refund, so that’s 4,000 more reasons to let the treasure hunt start.

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