KRONKRON - Reykjavik
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Shopping in Reykjavik should definitely not be a problem for any fashionista, but finding established designer labels, Icelandic or international, is not as easy. Kronkron store has it all, top Icelandic brands along with world renowned designer labels. Kronkron store carries labels such as Bernhard Wilhelm, Cheap Monday, Eley Kishimoto, Gaspard Yurkievich, Henrik Vibskov, Hildur Yeoman, Kron by KRONKRON, Marc by Marc Jacobs, Marijan Pejoski, Roksanda Ilincic, Sonia Rykiel and Vivienne Westwood. And that recitation is just an example. There are more listed on the Kronkron website.
Kronkron store was founded in 2004 by stylish couple Hugrun and Magni, and has since then relocated twice due to it‘s constant growth and success. The store aims to please a wide range of customers of all ages and both sexes by selling unique clothes in interesting shapes and colors. Everything about Kronkron is chic and appealing, whether you are talking about clothes, staff, interior design or location.
Hugrun and Magni‘s passion for color, creation and strong aesthetic vision drove them to launch their own brand, Kron by KRONKRON in 2008. They started off with a fabulous (understatement) shoe collection, and the ball started rolling. Today, the shoes are sold worldwide and each collection is better than the last. Colorful, innovative and unique footwear is their specialty, and the clothing line they designed for spring/summer 2010 is in no way inferior. The fine printed silk dresses should be every woman‘s dream, elegant, timeless and feminine. Let's not forget to mention their hoisery, beautiful candy-colored exclusive tights. You've never seen anything like it before
If you want well made clothing, you should start by going to Kronkron store. We‘re sure you‘ll find everything you want and need for your wardrobe.
Monday to Thursday 10h-18h
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