Following our small Travel Guide from last weekend, we bring you a new set of locales to hit up this week. From a 19th-century style apothecary store and Baxter Finley‘s West Hollywood barbershop to a denim repair service and art exhibition, we’ve got you busy for at least a day or two. Take quick stops in Los Angeles, Denmark, New York, Copenhagen and more, after the jump.


LOS ANGELES: Baxter Finley Barber & Shop

Take some time to stock up on your grooming goods with trustworthy brands like Marvis, D.S. & Durga, and Juniper Ridge at Baxter of California‘s barbershop and retail store. It’s a plus that you can also get your hair done and smell some manly candles. 515 N. La Cienega Blvd.


PARIS: Buly 1803 Beauty Shop

Buly 1803, named after 19th-century perfumer Jean-Vincent Bully, is a “universal trading post for beauty secrets amassed over the centuries.” The beauty shop stocks body products, cosmetics and fragrances of time-tested formulas. 6 Rue Bonparte.


STOCKHOLM: Nudie Jeans Repair Shop

Trade in your old jeans or get them repaired for free at Nudie Jeans‘ second store in Stockholm. Find the brand’s orange kaihara selvage denim line and other great styles to switch up your spring wardrobe. Jakobsbergsgatan 11.


COPENHAGEN: Henrik Vibskov’s “The Spotted Pig” Coffee Bar

Designer Henrik Vibskov recently acquired Paper Island, a former paper mill hub, and renovated the offices and workshops on the plot. Part of his contract was to include a public coffee bar, which resulted in Den Plettede Gris (Danish for “The Spotted Pig”), a wooden farmhouse painted black. Papirøen, Trangravsvej 5.


DENMARK: Wes Lang’s “The Studio” Exhibition

Wes Lang opens “The Studio” tomorrow, an exhibition showcasing 60 of his archival works as well as special projects that the artist worked on with the likes of Rolex, Harley Davidson, and the Grateful Dead. Also enjoy seven new paintings that Lang created specifically for the exhibit. ARoS Allé 2, 8000 Aarhus C.


NEW YORK: Martone Cycling Co. Pop-Up

Martone Cycling Co. celebrate their first anniversary with this pop-up shop at the Paramount Hotel. The shop carries exclusive shirts, water bottles and iPhone cases as well as the brand’s new “sustainable e-bike,” the Marton-E. 235 W. 46th Street.

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