Lanvin, Church’s, Gianvito Rossi, Tabitha Simmons, Nicholas Kirkwood, Ann Demeulemeester, A.F.Vandevorst, Maison Martin Margiela, Max Verre, VisvimAbout the store:
Martin Margiela’s shoe line was one of the first labels that Geert Bruloot and Eddy Michiels bought - just before the young Belgian designer began at Jean Paul Gaultier. The pair’s eye for unique, unknown talent has turned their shoe store into a haven for creativity and interesting design.
Gucci, Dolce & Gabbana, Dsquared², Givenchy, Lanvin, Neil Barrett, Ermanno ScervinoAbout the store:
‘Fashion fades, style remains’ is the mantra here. Guy Mortier has turned a 19th-century mansion into a lavish yet elegant boutique, decked out in stained oak, leather and brass and seducing customers with a collection that focuses on both function and luxury.
Jimmy Choo, Balmain, Roberto Cavalli, Dsquared, Barbara Bui, Herve Leger, Philipp Plein, Blumarine, Ermanno ScervinoAbout the store:
Located in the dynamic fashion city of Antwerp, multi-brand boutique Dany-May is always hot on the trail in search of new designers from across the globe. Uniting established labels with upcoming designers, this contemporary and light shopping space caters to a discerning clientele.
Dolce & Gabbana, Stella McCartney, Valentino, Marc By Marc Jacobs, Helmut Lang, Vanessa Bruno, Pierre BalmainAbout the store:
This self-proclaimed ‘luxurious and conceptual universe’ boasts four stores split between Brussels and the Belgian coast. The boutiques showcase premium labels against a backdrop of polished concrete floors and angular, stainless steel and glass furniture - but this stark design belies the warm service.
Dolce & Gabbana, Saint Laurent, Stella McCartney, Lanvin, Marni, Balmain, Ann Demeulemeester, Haider Ackermann, Proenza Schouler, Cedric Charlier, Phillip Lim, DSQUARED2, Etro, MonclerAbout the store:
‘Luxury, calm and voluptuousness' are the key words here. The boutique is decked out in precious woods, brushed metal and cool concrete and prides itself on its precise and rigorous buying process that brings in the must-have pieces from the biggest names in luxury fashion.
Chanel, YSL, Dior, Hermès, special pieces of high quality.About the store:
Katheley’s is dedicated to the world of collectible and vintage luxury fashion and attracts designers, stylists and celebrities from around the world in their search for beautiful, unique pieces, combined with personal, knowledgeable service from the founder, Catherine Lecomte.
Valentino, Balmain, Reed Krakoff, Proenza Schouler, Peter Pilotto, Victoria Beckham, Jay Ahr, Ashish, Kenzo, Acne, Helmut Lang, Cédric Charlier, Alexander Wang, Blk Dnm, MSGM, Aquazzura, Sophia Webster, Vince, Marc Jacobs, Toreau, Repossi, Shourouk, Maison MichelAbout the store:
Housed in the esteemed ModeNatie building, Renaissance reflects cosmopolitan living at its best, incorporating sweeping lines, monochrome decor, high-fashion and fine dining. It offers a diverse aesthetic range of hand-picked items, from LA avant-garde, to Parisian prêt-à-porter, to Italian evening wear.
Saint Laurent, Lanvin, Alexander McQueen, Proenza Schouler, Reed Krakoff, Stella McCartney, Marni - Repossi, Valentino, Maison MichelAbout the store:
Christina De Kerpel opened her accessories store following a career as a model. The high-end pieces and plush interior designed by Glenn Sestig reflect her cosmopolitan style, while incorporating subtle references to her Brazilian roots.
Gucci, Tom Ford, Saint Laurent, Lanvin, Balmain, Isabel Marant, Olivier Theyskens, Etro, Stella McCartneyAbout the store:
With a floor space measuring an impressive 1,000 sq m, SN3 is home to Chanel and Prada standalone concessions, as well as a carefully sourced multibrand collection. The boutique prides itself on its personal service and offers private styling appointments and exclusive viewings.
A.F. Vandevorst, Rick Owens, Dries Van Noten, Maison Martin Margiela, Ann Demeulemeester, Raf Simons, Véronique Branquinho, Tim Van Steenbergen, Kris Van Assche, Sofie d’HooreAbout the store:
Stijl’s brand list reads like a who’s who of the most influential Belgian designers. The boutique was established just as the Antwerp Six emerged and provided an initial public platform for designers such as Dries Van Noten, Martin Margiela, Ann Demeulemeester and Raf Simons.