Neptún captures Reykjavík through compelling photography. It’s a biannual publication that bridges the gap between photography and art, packed full of pictures showcasing the diversity of work produced here in Iceland. The brainchild of photographer Kolbrún Þóra Löve, the magazine features interviews with prominent Icelandic artists and figures. You can buy it at Eymundsson or online. AC
The Fish Company Book
The Fish Company is an iconic restaurant in downtown Reykjavík, offering some of the best seafood in Iceland. Housed in a beautiful building dating back to 1884, the restaurant takes diners on a trip around Iceland, “without having to leave their tables,” You can now buy the ‘Around Fish Company’ cookbook, which comes packed full of seafood, meat and vegetable recipes so you can dine out at home. AC
Empwr Sweater From Iglo+Indi and UN Women
The painfully cute and hip Icelandic children’s clothing brand Iglo+Indi have teamed up with UN Women to create the Empowr sweatshirt. All proceeds go to UN Women to create safe spaces for women in refugee camps. They’ve made the Empwr sweaters in both adult and child sizes, meaning you and your precious loin-fruit can look cool as hell in matching outfits. Pick them up either online or in their stores in downtown Reykjavík and the Smáralind mall. HJC
Inklaw are the streetwear kings of Iceland. Long-lined, oversized, but perfectly tailored, their completely handmade pieces are indisputably high fashion but still undeniably street. A good place to start your collection would be with one of their logoed hoodies, which come in white, grey or black. With hand-speckled paint, you can walk down Laugavegur looking in-the-know. Pick one up on their website or at their pop-up store at Cintamani on Laugavegur. HJC
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