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Boutiques

Netherlands

ANSH46

Rotterdam, Netherlands

Designers to look out for:

Rick Owens, 3.1 Phillip Lim, Alexander Wang, Carven, Helmut Lang, Acne, Iro, Juun J, Marni, Moschino, MSGM, Buscemi, KTZ, Off White, Boris Bidjan

About 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.

cris

Utrecht, Netherlands

Designers to look out for:

Fiorentini + Baker, Folk , Hope, Maison Margiela, Officine Creative, Our Legacy, Roberto Collina, Transit, Universal Works.

About the store:

This intimate store in the heart of Utrecht ‘offers exclusive apparel for men, selected from high quality brands.’ The emphasis on quality and practicality can be seen in owner, Chris Ravenhorst’s refined edit of clothing, footwear and accessories. This combined with a warm and personalised service has made Cris one of the city’s most illustrious menswear boutiques.

LABELS

Sittard, Netherlands

Designers to look out for:

Rick Owens, Haider Ackermann, Juun J, Comme des Garcons, Sofie D’Hoore, Isabel Marant, Moncler, Faith Connexion, Yeezy, Fear of God, Off White, Y-3 Yohji Yamamoto.

About the store:

With its ‘Garden of Eden’ style interior designed by Maurice Mentjens and equally sublime edit to match, Labels certainly stands out, particularly in the quaint historic town of Sittard. Driven by a philosophy centered on accessibility, a diverse selection of internationally renowned high-end brands and cutting edge contemporary designers ensures Labels' universal appeal.

Luuks

Amsterdam, Netherlands

Designers to look out for:

A.F. Vandevorst, Costume National, Fiorentini + Baker, Free Lance, Golden Goose, Rochas, Veronique Branquinho, Maison Margiela, NDC made by hand, Numéro 10, Officine Creative, Premiata, Reinhard Planck, Rocco P

About 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.

Mayke

Oisterwijk, Netherlands

Designers to look out for:

Isabel Marant, Laurence Dacade, Aquazzura, Alexander Wang, Filling Pieces, Jerome Dreyfuss, Golden Goose, Anine Bing.

About the store:

Situated in Oisterwijk, a quaint village in the south of the Netherlands, Mayke is a veritable shoe and accessory heaven. Architect Bob Manders has combined traditional elements with innovative techniques to create a warm, welcoming interior where an elegant selection of the most revered international designers take pride of place.

SPRMRKT

Amsterdam, Netherlands

Designers to look out for:

Y/Project, Yang Li, Marques'Almeida, 11 by Boris Bidjan Saberi, Julius, E. Tautz, Horisaki, Kuboraum, Lost and Found, Rick Owens DRKSHDW, Rick Owens Lilies, Rick Owens x Adidas

About the store:

Housed in a former supermarket in Amsterdam’s artistic Jordaan district, a labyrinth of bare tree trunks surrounds the entrance to this 450 m² all-encompassing space. Created by the art collective WDSTCK, this installation serves to represent SPRMRKT’s stark offering as well as its function as an events space to showcase upcoming, underground talent.

Wendela Van Dijk

Rotterdam, Netherlands

Designers to look out for:

Maison Margiela, Stella McCartney, Christian Wijnants, Veronique Leroy, Veronique Branquinho, Isabel Marant, Humanoid, A.F. Vandevorst, Kenzo, Monique van Heist

About 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.