Icelandic design store Kiosk reopens its doors
Kiosk is an absolutely must-stop for fashionistas travelling to Reykjavik, offering items from some of the most exciting young designers in Iceland. After having to close their boutique on Laugavegur earlier this year, a new one has just reopened on Ingólfsstræti in the city centre.
Kiosk was set up by several Icelandic designers in 2010 and has been voted "Best shop for Icelandic design" for six years in a row by the Reykjavik Grapevine.
Designer Eygló, one of the team who founded Kiosk was named fashion designer of the year at the last Grapevine design awards, with Milla Snorrason, another Kiosk designer named runner up. At Kiosk you'll also find labels Kyrja and Helicopter although designer Hildur Yeoman, once part of Kiosk has now opened her own store on Skólavörðustígur.
As well as the gorgeous clothes available, Kiosk will now be offering jewellery from French label Justine Clenquet, British label Jessie Harris and Icelandic perfumed candles, Angan.
The new boutique is located at Ingólfsstræti 6 and opens its doors on Saturday.