Costume Norway’s Stylish Inside Guide to Oslo!

We asked the women at Norway's best fashion magazine, Costume, to share their best go-to places in their super cool city. Do not enter Oslo without it!


”Don’t forget to check out the newly opened Tom Wood shop with gorgeous jewellery. Their clothing line is definitely worth a mention as well.”

Ensemble is a cute little clothing store in Grünerløkka, next to Kaibosh. Pay them a visit for the best off ATP, Christina Ledang, Rodebjer and Lovechild.”

Svean at Paleet  always buy in the best styles from the coolest designers.”

F5 – the best of Norwegian design – all gathered under one roof.”

Heaven Scent is a niche perfumery. Go there to stock up on all the best candles, RMS-products and Laura Mercier.”

Astrup Fearnley Museet

 ”Artlovers, beware! At The National Museum of Art the most beautiful exhibition showing on how Japan influenced Scandinavian and European artists after Japan opened its boarders in the late 18th century.  Along with paintings from Van Gogh, Munch, Monet and many others, you will see clothing, pottery, jewellery and much more.”

Astrup Fearnley Museet always has great exhibitions on. Perfect for lazy Sundays. If it is sunny – finish it off with a glass on the rooftop of The Thief. Amazing views.”



”Our all time favorite place to eat is called Pjoltergeist”. Absolutely amazing. It’s super intimate and somehow blends Icelandic, Norwegian and Japanese cuisine, serves great wine and has a great staff.”

”Another spot to eat is Kolonialen, just re-opened, by one of the guys behind the legendary restaurant Maaemo, so that would be worth checking out.”

Delicatessen (has three locations in Oslo, Grünerløkka is the original location). An institution in Oslo, and the best tapas bar. It’s not possible to book a table, but lovely to have a glass of wine outside while waiting.”




Mathallen Oslo  is a fantastic place forsome food on the weekend. Central and full of quality produced food.”

”Favorite wine bar is Territoriet, a super small neigbourhood bar with a great wine list.”

”Favorite bar for drinks is Torggata Botaniske – a small bar, chock a block with greenery and nice people.”