One of the busiest and colest weeks that happens twice a year, so ready for Stockholm Fashion Week. Just checked in at Nobis Hotel Stockholm and looking for attending to different events & shows the upcoming days.

Fun fact: Nobis Stockholm hotel is the former Kreditbanken (bank) building in Norrmalmstorg, where the famous 'Stockholm Syndrome' started.

The discussed banking drama would thrill Sweden for almost six days. At 10 o'clock on August 23, the robber Jan Erik Olsson entered the Svenska Kreditbanken Norrmalmstorg office. He shot a gun on the roof and took three women and one man, all bankers, as hostage. When the police arrived, the robber demanded three million kronor in cash as well as the release of the intern Clark Olofsson, from Norrköping prison. The government agreed to him but said no when the robber demanded free shelter with his hostage. The robber had barked in the bank's vaults with the bank officials. When the negotiations between the robber and the police did not give anything, the police decided to gasp the robber. When the police drilled holes in the roof to the vault and released the gas, the robber immediately gave up. The hostage could be rescued and the drama was over after 130 hours. Today the boreholes are replenished but still visible inside the Nobis Hotel. The building The Nobis Hotel is decorated in a timeless modern and elegant style by the Claesson Koivisto Rune architectural trio. The furnishings contrast effectively with the magnificent, original 19th-century culture-protected original interiors of both buildings, both stunning examples of Stockholm's unique, high-quality, richly decorated bourgeois stone architecture. Both houses are rich in Stockholm history.

Norrmalmstorg Until the middle of the 19th century it was called what is now Norrmalmstorg for Packartorget. It was a rather unfortunate and highly smelly place where the fishermen were inspected and packed in the Packar House, where the criminals and other unfortunate people were punished by tools such as the scallop and the penitentiary. The square was at the mouth of Nybroviken, which with the land elevation was turned into a smelly, contagious marsh, called the Cat Sea. During the 1850s the marsh was again filled and Berzelii park was set. In 1853 the square was renamed to Norrmalmstorg. In Albert Lindhagen's new city plan from 1866, Norrmalmstorg came to form the focal point in the growing royal capital's most centrally representative streets. From here, the shopping boulevard Hamngatan, which was eastward poured out into Nybroplan and the emerging Strandvägen, Stockholm's most prestigious address. In the 1890's Albert Jones Grillrestaurant was in the corner of Hamngatan. Grilled meat was a news in the restaurant industry. It became popular to hang on Jones for unleashed young gentlemen. They were called "barbecue guys". After that, the restaurants have come to the "Gillestugan at Norrmalmstorg", "Blue Cave on Capri" and most mention is Restaurant Metropol, which became a meeting point for literators, artists and actors. Metropol was closed in 1917 when the house was to be demolished and replaced by a bank palace. Metropol resumed 1926-1927 in the corner Sveavägen / Odengatan.

(Source: here).

Nobis gallery:

With love,


By this point I think you all know that I love Wolt app, because they have so many different options to choose from and within a few minutes you get the food delivered direct to your door.

As usual I got a special discount code for you, use code ISABELLE120 to get 60 sek off in your first and 60 sek in your second order, so total 120 sek discount special for you.

If you need some inspiration here's a list of my favourite restaurants around Södermalm/Nytorget:


Isaki Sushi

Matsu Sushi (love their big sushi pieces!)

Sushi Natu Södermalm


La Neta Söder

Thai & Indian:

Mae Thai

Indian Street Food

Nem Nem Quan



Bistro Bananas



Reload Superfood (not in Södermalm but they do deliver to Söder)


Joe & Juice Götgatan

Omayama Nytorget


Ai Ramen Sofia


Malmø Teatern

Falafelbaren Hornsgatan

Plus tips:

Espresso House Hammarby Allé


If you have any good tips, comment below.

With love,


(i betalt samarbete med Fyndiq)

Idag vill jag rekommendera dig en av mina favoritwebbplatser för shopping! Det heter Fyndiq, det är en marknadsplats som samlar över en miljon produkter från tusentals handlare under ett och samma tak. Varje dag uppdateras utbudet med nya produkter från över tusen webbshoppar och butiker. De har Sveriges absolut största utbud av billiga mobiltillbehör och mobilskal. Hos oss kan du fynda bland miljoner produkter och tillbehör till din mobil: mobilskal, fodral, skärmskydd och plånböcker. Oavsett vilken mobilmodell du har så hitta du garanterat tillbehören och skalen hos oss. Så, välj din modell och hitta de tillbehör som passar dig bäst!

Sveriges största marknadsplats för fynd:

  • Alltid billig frakt

  • Svensk kundservice

  • Snabba leveranser

Här lite tips om du vill köpa surfplattor:


Eller barnkläder:

Eller smink:

Jag köper alltid på deras hemsida och jag rekommenderar det verkligen, hoppas att du hittar många saker du gillar. Om du köper något lämna din recension här!! :)