One of the good things about running a shop every day is that I don’t get off until most other shops are closed and I can’t spend my hard earned money anywhere. But there is one place in Copenhagen I really would like to visit more often, it’s the shop owned and runned by AFUK’s produktionsskole on Vesterbro called “AFUK Swedish Undercover”
The shop is not that ekspensive because the concept is non profitable and aims to educate yong creative spirits in the challenges that comes with running a buisness.
They sell vintage furnitures and retro stuff that the students repair and restorate themselves. Fantastic concept and one of the most shop-worthy places to go in Copenhagen, if you ask me.
I have a trainee designer in the shop this week. She is fifteen, from Esbjerg (Jutland,Denmark) and wants to become a designer some day. I’m just doing what I would normaly do and she is helping me out, It’s great with some ekstra hands.
Besides my sweet husband is training his teacher skills these days. He is attempting a six weeks course of computer education. A great thing about that (among other great things of course) is a longer than usual breakfast together.