A few snapshots taken around town:

Colorful corrugated metal cover the sides of many buildings in Reykjavik.

Outside a clothing store on Laugavegur.

Morning view down Skólavörðustígur.

A Bertie [&] Woosters sign located at the entrance of Herrafataverzlun Kormáks & Skjaldar, an awesome haberdashery found underneath the Bónus outlet. Among the racks of tweed suits and Barbour jackets are impressive pieces from the Kormákur & Skjöldur, the line started by the store’s owners.

Sruli Recht has a new store located in the 101 area, which I was looking forward to visiting during to my trip. It was a bit of a disappointment in person though, as it was only selling a small handful of the designer’s items.

Cats braving the cold were commonly seen in the early mornings and afternoons when the streets were less busy.

Fish lamps at Kraum, a store located in the oldest house in Reykjavik selling goods from Icelandic designers.

At the harbor.

Outside Hallgrímskirkja.