Danish Clothing Brands and Their Online Shops To Check Out


There are so many Danish clothing brands that it can never be hard to find products that suit your tastes. One or two of them will surely have what you desire no matter the basic specifications. Are you into hipster styles? Do you love native Danish outfits? It does not matter what you like to wear—it can be gotten. And if it cannot be found, it can be made.

Most (if not all) of these companies have Danish online shops for those who like to shop through their mobile devices or PCs conveniently. I made a review of four of them with the information I sourced from reviewsbird.dk. They are Won Hundred, Libertine-Libertine, Samsøe & Samsøe, Mads Nørgaard, RAINS, and Han Kjøbenhavn.

  • Won Hundred

Won Hundred was founded by Nikolaj Nielsen, a designer who had already made a name for himself in the Danish fashion industry. His brand has been producing high-grade jeans since 2004. The company produces wear with a keen focus on craftsmanship.

Nikolaj Nielsen believes in recycling fabrics and regular improvements in product packaging. He gets inspiration from art, cinema, and music. The Won Hundred online store has menswear, womenswear, and unisex styles that you will love. Notable sections are the “deadstock” collection and the leather boots line.

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  • Libertine-Libertine

This apparel company has been in operation for over a decade (2009). Part of their target customers include skating aficionados, so you are covered if you belong to that subculture. They seek to help their wearers become more aware of themselves and project their personalities through fashion.

Libertine Libertine does menwear and womenswear. This includes streetwear, loose-fitting trousers, and wool overcoats. The online store has sections for accessories, wholesale inquiries, holiday gift tips, gift cards, pre-spring collections, and more. You will find accessories such as caps, beanies, scarves, sunglasses, etc.

  • Samsøe & Samsøe

One thing that is noteworthy about this brand is that it has been in the Danish fashion industry for almost 30 years. Their wealth of experience is undeniable. The company was started by two brothers named Preben and Klaus. It grew from being a small jewelry shop to a brand that provides trademarked apparel.

Do you know what else is undeniable about Samsøe & Samsøe? It is the smooth way it blends minimalism with sophistication. They make clothes with features like breathability and weatherproofing in mind while maintaining the native Danish touch.

Samsøe & Samsøe’s eCommerce store offers a vast range of men’s and women’s fashion. You will find coats, dresses, knitwear, jackets, jumpsuits, and more. Shipping is free and returns are allowed no matter your location.

  • Mads Nørgaard

Mads Nørgaard is an eponym for the person that founded the apparel company. This is one of the oldest brands on the list yet with decades of serving customers in the Danish territory. They have ready-made menswear, womenswear, and kidswear. Your whole family can rely on Mads Nørgaard for styling!

Discover the #101 section that contains Mads Nørgaard’s world-famous striped t-shirts in the online store. Browse through other sections to find homewear, holidaywear, and so on. The store offers a “re-pack” cashback option to buyers when they return product packaging. Such an eco-friendly method of packaging items is one of the reasons many Danes love this company.

All four clothing brands are some of the top companies that offer ready-made clothes and couture in Denmark. They stand out because they are intentional about not following the norm. Rather they strive for uniqueness and set new trends each year.

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