Boutiques in Netherlands
Rick Owens, 3.1 Phillip Lim, Alexander Wang, Carven, Helmut Lang, Acne, Iro, Juun J, Marni, Moschino, MSGM, Buscemi, KTZ, Off White, Boris BidjanAbout the store:
The oblique name has a simple explanation: it stands for Another Shop and 46 is the telephone country code for Sweden. The boutique’s founders, Wouter Leenders and Kelly Erentreich, visited Stockholm and were inspired by the city’s conceptual atmosphere. Their store offers a host of small labels that you won’t find anywhere else.
A.F. Vandevorst, Costume National, Fiorentini + Baker, Free Lance, Golden Goose, Rochas, Veronique Branquinho, Martin Margiela, NDC made by hand, Numéro 10, Officine Creative, Premiata, Reinhard Planck, Rocco PAbout the store:
Located in a residential area near Amsterdam’s art triangle of the Van Gogh Museum, Rijksmuseum and Museum of Modern Art, this renowned footwear boutique attracts shoe lovers more interested in style than in fashion trends.
Mostert & Van Leeuwen
Chloé, Erdem, Jil Sander, Gianvito Rossi, Sonia Rykiel, Jonathan Saunders, Joseph, Mauro Grifoni, Maison Martin Margiela, Paul Smith, Woo Young MiAbout the store:
Mostert & Van Leeuwen stands out in Rotterdam’s city centre thanks to its diversity of product. The boutique’s intrepid shop windows showcase its exclusive collection of cutting-edge men’s and womenswear, which is supplemented by cosmetics and design pieces.
Saint Laurent, Lanvin, Givenchy, Thom Browne, Dolce & Gabbana, DSQUARED2, Stone Island, Moncler, Balmain, Victoria Beckham, Roland Mouret, Iro, Valentino, Tom Ford, Nina RicciAbout the store:
Founded at the height of the Nineties grunge fest, this once hard-edged, menswear-only boutique has now found its feminine side, with a third premises specialising in womenswear. The minimal, fuss-free aesthetic remains, but a team of friendly staff ensure that this a decidedly 21st-century shopping experience.
Balmain, Isabel Marant, Hervé Léger, MSGM, Carven, Burberry, Helmut Lang, Joseph, Mulberry, Red Valentino, Alice & Olivia, Raoul, Vanessa BrunoAbout the store:
This high-end concept boutique promises a style education to its fashion-forward clientele in the form of exclusive collaborations with the world’s best designers and introductions to your favourite labels of the future - all over a cup of locally roasted coffee.
Wendela Van Dijk
Maison Martin Margiela, Stella McCartney, Christian Wijnants, Veronique Leroy, Veronique Branquinho, Isabel Marant, Humanoid, A.F. Vandevorst, Kenzo, Monique van HeistAbout the store:
Wendela Van Dijk opened her first shop after completing art school in Rotterdam in 1996, followed by a second outpost in 2005. Her collections feature Dutch and Belgian labels and include everything from oversized sweaters and jogging trousers to superfine cashmere knits and two-piece suits.