Eytys Gives a Guided Tour of Stockholm's Best Spots

Everything from brutalist TV towers to where the duo first met.

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Swedish label Eytys is best known for its understated footwear, with recent releases such as the “Angel” silhouette mixing trademark minimalism with on-trend chunky soles. The brand’s founders – Max Schiller and Jonathan Hirschfeld — recently took Canadian e-tailer SSENSE on a tour of Stockholm, showing the best low-key and under the radar spots that their home city has to offer.

The tour takes in a wide range of different spots, including the best cheap eats (a Thai restaurant called Sawadee) and where the two first met (a McDonalds). Other locations include an inner-city forest that often hosts summer raves, a brutalist 60s TV tower and, unsurprisingly, the Eytys flagship store.

Head over to the SSENSE site to read all of the Eytys’ founders Stockholm highlights. For more from Eytys, check out the brand’s Fall/Winter 2017 lookbook, which is packed with updated and subtle footwear.

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