The founder of children’s fashion label Mini Rodini is inspired by the city’s islands, parks, design stores and food
A perfect day in the city starts with a Lean and Green breakfast (the organic option) in the Cadier Bar at Grand Hôtel with my family or a friend. We might then take a walk along the quay at Strandvägen, stop and do some shopping at Svenskt Tenn, an old interior design store that sells furniture and other objects which are quite expensive but will last a lifetime. I love that store; most Swedish people have at least one object from it. It’s also famous for its patterns. I grew up with some of them on wallpapers and sofas and I still love them.
After that we’ll walk 20 minutes to Djurgården, a beautiful island with oak trees everywhere. If Liljevalchs has an art exhibition on, we’ll go in and spend a few hours. One of my favourite places to have a coffee, a glass of wine or lunch is Blå Porten, next door to Liljevalchs. I love to sit in the garden.