A walk in sunny – but cold Copenhagen

Anya Jensen25th January 2020
REKLAME

Every weekend we try to get out and see as much as this awesome city has to offer. You see, I think it is SOO important to inspire, educate and open the minds of young adults. You grow as you see is my mantra and the more you see the more you know, and I try to fill the minds of the girls with as much awesome stuff I can find.

This weekend we went to a favourite place of ours – Refshaleøen, also known as ‘Reffen’ the newish cool streetfood hang out for the city dwellers like us.

We love going there even though it is out of season, just to hang out, go for a walk, and take it all in. It is full of that authentic industrial vibe, and there is always something new to see.

There is also a FAB modern art museum there, called Copenhagen contemporary, which we always visit. This time around there was a playful but also rather sinister exhibition from the artist Carsten Höller called ‘reproduction’ and also a playful exhibition upstairs by the artist ‘Jacob Dahlgreen’ called ‘Art is life’. Both exhibitions were great, and good with kids – even though the Höller childcatcher was somewhat scary.

After the exhibition, we walked and chatted about what we had seen. The girls were keeping warm and toasty in their Jums Kids jackets from their AW19 collection. Jums make awesome down coats for kids aged 2-15 years old and the girls are huge fans. Holly is wearing the ‘Coco’ oversized down shiny black jacket and Audrey the Gala in purple.  Just a side note, the coats do come up slightly big, but the good thing is – they’ll last longer 🙂

If you want to learn more about Jums kids you can find their website here and the stores who stock the Jums Kids coats here.

 

Comments (1)

  • Sarah

    3rd February 2020 at 21:40

    The Jums coats look so cosy and fab for this cold weather xo

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