Comfortable, timeless and sustainable clothing, vintage items and handcrafted goods that is not affected by the fast seasons in the fashion industry.
Looking for Japanese kimonos, light Indian cotton clothes, colorful blankets, leather bags or Persian Kilim carpets, you can find happiness at St. Hanshaugen in Oslo!
“New opened boutique clothing shop located in a lively area of Oslo. Find great designer labels but also some more affordable pieces. Not for the budget minded.”
“Pedro serves you small amazing diches and stunning wine. Loads of natural wine her, as well. ”
“Great for lunch or sourdough buns and coffee in the middle of the Botanical garden (open 10am - 16pm) ”
“Bus 21 is just around the corner and it takes you to Solli, Frogner and Aker Brygge/ Tjuvholmen in one direction and to Bislett, Aleksander Kjellands Plass and Sannergata (Grunerløkka) in the other. Tram 11 is also just around the corner and takes you up shopping street Bogstadveien to Majorstuen (where you get to the subway) and downtown to Grensen, the city centre and further on to Grunerløkka and Torshov in the other end. Tram 19, 1 minute away, also takes you up to Majorstuen in one direction and down town through Frogner to Aker Brygge, and eventually ends on the east side of the city, in Ekeberg. Or you could as I do, buy a pass for a city bicycle (bysykkel) ”