Part of the 2nd floor is closed due to renovation.

We are doing some touch-ups upstairs and the restaurants are temporarily closed. Haiku will reopen in week 10 and WaffDaddy in week 11.


COS is pleased to announce its latest collaboration with Manchester-based, multi-disciplinary artist Stephen Doherty. Limited-edition pieces adorned with exclusive floral artwork, crafted using Doherty’s unique ink and water technique, evoke the epitome of summer dressing. Focusing on the flower in bloom, the collaboration celebrates the beauty of nature in its most exquisite form.

Embracing the synergy between art and fashion, the 17-piece collection embodies effortless elegance, with Doherty’s florals reimagined on canvas’ of silk and linen, transforming classic COS silhouettes. Set dressing is embraced throughout the capsule, which each garment designed to be interchanged and styled in endless ways, dressed up or down to suit the mood or occasion.

Exploring craftsmanship, delicately beaded embroidery embellishes bandeau tops, while unique waistband finishes provide versatile styling and a functional element to the collection. The floral print is also embraced on accessories, reworked onto a leather mule and silk scarves.

Fall in love with the collection at COS Kämp Galleria!

COS Kämp Galleria
1 st floor
Pohjoisesplanadi 33
00100 Helsinki

 About COS

Inspired by contemporary culture, the London-based fashion brand is known for iconic wardrobe pieces, elevated essentials, and innovative designs that are made to last. Dedicated to quality and sustainability, COS takes a bespoke approach to design, creating unique collections that combine function with timeless style. Experimental design details and material innovation are frequently revisited to include the latest sartorial advances and ensure the considered use of fibres whether they be recycled, renewed, or sustainably sourced.


Sanna Saastamoinen-Barrois & Moi Namaste Pop-up at Garden Room

Sanna Saastamoinen-Barrois’s patterns have always been geometrical forms inspired by Nordic landscapes. Moi Namaste’s work is to create avenues for livelihood for artisans across India, especially women.

Influenced by Sanna’s work and values, Moi Namaste proposed to mix the two worlds together. The result is SUNCHASE, a holistic street couture collection. Weaving Nordic landscapes in geometrical shapes with Indian ancestral know-how. Colours, and the dynamic, contemporary, forward-going energy found in the streets of India.

The limited edition collection is crafted in equal partnership with Saheli Women (in Rajasthan, India) using hand-block printed fabrics.

Sanna immersed in the production process during the month of January 2023, lived and captured the everyday lives of Saheli Women in India.

Part of Sanna’s ongoing design laboratory, selected pieces of fashion & photography will be showcased from 4th to 27th April 2023. The pieces are exclusively at Kämp Galleria during this time period.

Opening hours:
Monday-Saturday 11 am – 6 pm
Sunday 12 pm – 5 pm

More information:
Instagram: @moi.namaste

For Kämp Galleria the year 2022 was an excellent year of growth both in sales and the number of visitors

The year 2022 was a great year for Kämp Galleria. High-quality fashion and design, excellent restaurants and a unique possibility to enjoy photographical art creates a unique shopping experience that invites people to visit Kämp Galleria.

The number of Kämp Galleria visitors in 2022 grew a whopping 45 percent compared to 2021. The increased number of visitors also correlated with the sales development. The sales in 2022 grew by 31 percent compared to the sales in 2021.

”The great development of the year 2022 culminated in the Christmas season, which exceeded all expectations. In December 2022 our number of visitors and sales even exceeded pre-pandemic results. Comparing to December 2019, we were able to exceed the number of visitors by six percent and sales by eight percent. It’s nice to see how our quality products and a unique offering draw people to visit the shopping center – the Helsinki city center still attracts visitors. Our lease rate at the moment is excellent, 96 percent. We continuously develop Kämp Galleria and strongly believe in the bright future of the Helsinki city center”, says Kämp Galleria’s Shopping Center Manager, Tanja Pasanen.

Two unique flagship stores opened at Kämp Galleria

Kämp Galleria’s unique fashion offering was further strengthened by two new brands in 2022.

The long-waited ARKET opened their first physical store in Finland at Kämp Galleria in November 2022. In addition to offering fashion for women, men and kids, as well a high-quality house decor products, the ARKET’s flagship store also has a café that serves delicious vegetarian dishes, seasonal pastries and a wide range of special organic coffees.

Filippa K returned to Kämp Galleria in May 2022 with its new flagship store. The store was the globally the first store that was created with the brand’s new concept. The flagship store is a continuously developing, living gallery. In addition to offering a wide of range of fashion for men and women and accessories, the store also showcases carefully curated pieces of art and a selection of vintage furniture according to the brand’s values.

”It’s been great to welcome ARKET ja Filippa K to Kämp Galleria and to the Helsinki city center. Both brands and their one-of-a-kind, fabulous flagship stores complete our shopping center’s line of high-quality fashion stores”, Tanja Pasanen says.

Kämp Galleria thanks all of our customers, tenants and partners for the excellent year of 2022!

Jimi Vain AW23 debut collection in Kämp Galleria

VAIN is a Helsinki, Finland based Fashion Label by artist Jimi Vain. Ever since its inception, VAIN has consistently stayed on the frontlines of contemporary design and fashion, through it’s viral collaborative projects and it’s strong focus on community. VAIN presented its debut collection AW23 in January 2023 at Pitti Uomo.

VAIN Installation and pop-up store

Kämp Galleria 2nd floor Garden Room

Opening hours:
Monday-Saturday 11 am – 6 pm
Sunday 12 pm – 5 pm

More information:
Instagram: @vain_official




Florence pop up in the Kämp Garden Room

Florence is modern lounge wear brand with a holiday vibe. Florence aims to make women feel good about themselves, appreciate themselves and see joy in their everyday live by dressing up playfully, comfortably and stylishly in the most sustainable way possible.

The brand connect its founder’s Brazilian heritage of colour, forms, movement and craftmanship to the Nordic beautiful aesthetics, quality and design.

Pop up is open until July 24 in the Garden Room on Kämp Galleria’s second floor.

Opening hours:

Monday-Friday 11 am – 7 pm
Saturday 10 am – 6pm
Sunday 12 pm – 5 pm

More information:

Instagram: @wear__florence




BLOOMING — Solo exhibition by Emmi Granlund on Kämp Galleria’s first floor from July 7 to August 14

BLOOMING, a solo exhibition by the Finnish visual artist & holistic interior architect Emmi Granlund, is a tribute to the inner transformation of the collective: surrendering to one’s higher purpose during these challenging times and believing in the universal laws and the power of unity.

The song ”Blooming” by Emmi Granlund is now also available on Spotify.

The exhibition is available from July 7 to August 14 on Kämp Galleria’s first floor.


Emmi Granlund

Ritva Kovalainen & Sanni Seppo: Forests of the North Wind exhibition at K1

Forests of the North Wind is the final part of a forest trilogy based on research through photographic art by Ritva Kovalainen and Sanni Seppo, culminating their three decades of work on forest themes. The first two parts of the trilogy were Tree People (1997), an exploration into Finnish forest mythology, and Silvicultural Operations (2009), which highlighted the downsides of forestry.

Forests of the North Wind portrays our natural forests as diverse spaces and states of being that sustain life. It depicts the rich ecosystems that our northern coniferous forests are at their best. The exhibition also illustrates how forest habitats are becoming threatened and being lost.

Most of the photographs in the exhibition were taken in protected areas near Finland’s eastern border ranging from North Karelia to Lapland. Elsewhere in Finland, only small, isolated fragments of natural forest have survived.

The exhibition urges us to recognise the difference between a natural forest and a commercial forest – to use modifier words when talking about forests, as our tendency to only talk generically about forests prevents us from seeing the true state of forest habitats.

The exhibition is held at The Finnish Museum of Photography K1 from June 10 to October 2, 2022.

Opening hours:

Mon–Fri at 11 am – 8 pm
Sat–Sun at 11 am – 6 pm

About the artists

Ritva Kovalainen (b. 1959) is a photographic artist whose numerous books, short films and exhibitions are themed particularly on the human relationship with nature.

Sanni Seppo (b. 1960) is a photographic artist whose work speaks about people’s community action to defend their rights, their relationship with nature and their fragile dreams of living lives unique to themselves. She is also interested in opportunities for influence through photography and is the co-artistic director of the Festival of Political Photography.

> Read more about the exhibition

Filippa K reopened at Kämp Galleria with a new store concept

Filippa K reopened its flagship store in Helsinki with an updated store concept, embodying the fashion house’s unique take on Scandinavian identity.

The interior balances the raw and the refined by abstracting references from nature into a new expression.The concept is a collaboration between Creative Director Liisa Kessler, her Filippa K team, and Profan: the Swedish architect trio of Disa Braunerhielm, Maximilian Olsson and Anton Bogårdh.

As a nod to Liisa’s Finnish heritage, Helsinki is the first location to be redesigned with Filippa K’s new identity and display its updated logotype. The opening was the first step in the Swedish brand’s international expansion strategy which will see it entering new markets outside of Northern Europe.

The new flagship extends across two floors of Helsinki’s Kämp Galleria. The location was once home to the famous Strindberg art salon and was later transformed into an iconic café and restaurant connected by a grand staircase — the centrepiece of Filippa K’s store today.

Inspired by the Nordic sky, the ceilings mimic natural sunlight with a sustainable LED light concept. Dynamic, programmable hues dissipate through a canvas filter and bounce off the pristine white walls, filling the rooms with a 1970s warmth. The space is grounded by vibrant red-orange flooring throughout: a strong expression of Filippa K’s bold, warm minimalism.

Filippa K’s full women’s and men’s collections are sold at the Kämp Galleria flagship. Women’s ready-to-wear is available on the ground floor, while the upstairs features menswear and a selection of womenswear. Shoes and accessories are placed throughout both floors.

Goods & Services pop up in the Garden Room from April 19 to April 29

Goods & Services is an interactive pop up store made by Kasia Zofia Gorniak and Laivi. The pop up store will be open from April 19 to April 29.

Visitors can “assemble” their own T-shirts by choosing a desired back part, front part and sleeves from the printed fabric material.

T-shirts will be sewed on location and will be deliver or picked up from the pop up on April 29.

Welcome to the Goods & Services opening event on Thursday, April 21 at 17–20 o’clock!



Garden Room pop up Goods & Services