The Danish know their way around furniture. Turns out they know a thing or two about clothing too.
When did the Danish get so good at clothing? That's the question we asked ourselves when we looked at Han Kjøbenhavn. Founded in 2008, Han Kjøbenhavn aimed to combine the clean Danish aesthetic (think mid-century Mad Men-esque furniture) with the style of the workers who probably made those goods. The result was a range of clothing and eyewear that any man could wear head to toe without looking like he's trying too hard.
The eyewear is mainly tortoiseshell, mainly classic shapes - wayfarer and aviator shapes feature a lot - and mainly very good. The clothing is workwear influenced, so expect sweatshirts, camouflage and army shirts in varying shades of washed out, worn in hues. It's in Oi Polloi now, so get your mitts on it now before it gets as hard to find as authentic mid-century furniture.
Cardigan | £185
Shirt | £125
Sweatshirt | £125