Cloths, shoes, fashion, Antwerp

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    Cloths, shoes, fashion: Brooklyn Antwerp

    by Innovator Updated Apr 4, 2011
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    Urban streetwear for men/women.
    After the succes in Oostende / Gent / Knokke / Brugge, this famous shop finally settled in the fashion capital of Belgium. This shop has the most modern clothes in every other city!

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    High and Mighty: Clothes for tall and big people

    by benidormone Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    High and Mighty

    This shop is specialised in special sizes. From very fashionable clothes to more traditional clothing. The staff is very friendly and helpful. This was one of the shops where I used to buy my clothes whan my weight was much higher.

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  • I´tm: designer wear men`s and women´s in Antwerp Belgium

    by Bouwe Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    They´re selling designer brands which are usually hard to find. Collections like Martine Sitbon, Preen, Levi´s Red, Vintage, Diesel Stylelab, etcetera, all difficult to find usually. Besides, you should also see the shop, it´s a 16th century building and they must have had an exellent architect: the groundfloor - where they sell the men´s collection - is very modern, white and minimalistic where as the basement kept its old original features, going back 4 centuries in time, reallly a place worth visiting if you like designer wear and exlusive streetwear

    What to buy: Clothes, clothes, clothes haha

    What to pay: In average I think around a 150 Euro, but then you have something very exclusive, you won´t see many others wearing the same piece!

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    Cloths, shoes, fashion: Lace and Tapestries

    by Riverview Written Apr 28, 2010

    There are many shops in the area of the Cathedral.

    What to buy: Lace and tapestries. The lace is handmade and somewhat expensive but worth it if you are a collector. There are baby christening dresses, bridal veils, tablecloths, collars etc. Almost anything you can imagine being made of lace.
    The tapestry collections are extensive, more choices than I have seen in any European city.

    What to pay: The lace seemed expensive but I have not purchased enough to know an appropriate price. The tapestries are a great value. I have purchased many, all over Europe. Antwerp prices are the best.

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    Kidslab (accesoires,clothes,toys): Original Kids stuff @ Kidslab

    by Innovator Written May 24, 2009

    Exclusive shop with fun stuff for children.

    What to buy: Very nice clothes (Eager Beaver,...) special accesoires and toys (even small monchichi's ;) nice fun puppets & exclusive furniture (bed made as houses with playground for €1250-€1700!) and a hairdresser included.
    Expensive but worth a visit, even just to take a look! See website for more info.

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    The Meir: DE MEIR - biggest shoppingstreet (usual shops)

    by Innovator Updated Jul 12, 2008

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    The Meir in general locates most popular interntional stores, about 3 H&M stores, Mexx, Esprit and other shops. It's usually casual to modern orientated, but no real design / knitwear.

    There are some exeptions, but not too many.
    The urban streetwear shops left for men are Men @ Work (down the big shoppinggallery & in the end of the Meir on the right side). And the Replay store (in the end of the Meir on the right). For women there is more choice.

    Don't forget to checkout the sidestreets which are mostly the best !!

    Smaller designershops cannot pay the high rents and have to open in sidestreets or Kammenstraat neighbourhood. These adresses have more extravagant & unique clothes.

    In a nutshell:
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    The Meir : common shops from around the world
    Huidevettersstraat : more design/knitwear from average to expensive
    Nationalestraat : famous designers (Dries Van Noten,...)
    Kammenstraat : hip fashionstores, 2nd hand, skater, punk, urban streetwear
    like Pépé,Gsus,Gstar,Adidas,Lee Cooper,Fish&Chips,...

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    Cloths, shoes, fashion: Fish & Chips : Urban streetwear

    by Innovator Updated Jul 12, 2008

    Big shop with sometimes live dj mixing above your head, lots of choice, sometimes quit expensive, for people 40 years.

    It's more streetwear, in the beginning i quit liked the unique concept of this shop, sometimes extreme flashy punk-clothes.

    What to buy: Extravagant clothes, t-shirts, streetwear, shoes,... for him and her.

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    Cloths, shoes, fashion: Designer stock sale

    by myriam_c Written Apr 14, 2008

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    Stock sale 2008:

    DRIES VAN NOTEN
    Godefriduskaai 36, 2000 Antwerpen
    Vrijdag 18 april van 13u tot 18u
    Zaterdag 19 april van 13u tot 18u
    Maandag 21 april van 13u tot 18u
    Donderdag 24 april van 13u tot 18u
    Vrijdag 25 april van 13u tot 18u
    Zaterdag 26 april van 13u tot 18u

    CHRISTOPH BROICH (alleen cash!!)
    Helmstraat 139, 2140 Antwerpen
    Donderdag 24 april van 11u tot 19u
    Vrijdag 25 april van 11u tot 19u
    Zaterdag 26 april van 11u tot 18u

    A.F VANDERVORST
    Indiënstraat 8, 2000 Antwerpen
    Woensdag 16 april van 9u tot 18u
    Donderdag 17 april van 10u tot 18u
    Vrijdag 18 april van 10u tot 18u
    Zaterdag 19 april van 11u tot 18u

    BRUNO PIETERS
    Aalmoezeniersstraat 2, 2000 Antwerpen
    Donderdag 17/04 van 10u tot 18u
    Vrijdag 18/04 van 10u tot 18u
    Zaterdag 19/04 van 11u tot 16u
    Donderdag 24/04 van 10u tot 18u
    Vrijdag 25/04 van 10u tot 18u

    ANNEMIE VERBEKE (alleen cash!!)
    Emiel Banningstraat 18, 2000 Antwerpen
    Donderdag 17/04 van 10u tot 18.30u
    Vrijdag 18/04 van 10u tot 18.30u
    Zaterdag 19/04 van 10u tot 18.30u

    CHRISTIAN WIJNANTS / PELICAN AVENUE (alleen cash!!)
    Urban Outfitters, tweede verdiep
    Stadfeestzaal, Meir 78/201, 2000 Antwerpen
    Donderdag 17 april van 10u tot 19u
    Vrijdag 18 april van 10u tot 19u
    Zaterdag 19 april van 10u tot 19u

    ANN DEMEULEMEESTER/ HAIDER ACKERMANN (alleen cash!!)
    Populierenlaan 34, 2020 Antwerpen
    Woensdag 16 april van 10u tot 19u
    Donderdag 17 april van 10u tot 19u
    Vrijdag 18 april van 10u tot 18u
    Zaterdag 19 april van 10u tot 17u

    HILDE FRUNT & SIGI
    Huybrechtsstraat 27-29, 2060 Antwerpen
    Van zaterdag 26 april van 11u tot 18u tot zondag 4 mei.

    LES HOMMES / DIRK BIKKEMBERGS / FASHIONCLUB70
    Ijzerlaan 54-56, 2060 Antwerpen
    Woensdag 7 mei van 10u tot 20u

    SANDRO FABER & MARKO GALOVIC (alleen cash!!)
    Toekomststraat 22, 2140 Antwerpen
    Donderdag 17 april van 11u tot 18u
    Vrijdag 18 april van 11u tot 18u
    Zaterdag 19 april van 11u tot 18u

    STEPHAN SCHNEIDER (alleen cash!!)
    Oude Korenmarkt 58, 2000 Antwerpen
    Donderdag 24 april van 11u tot 19u
    Vrijdag 25 april van 11u tot 19u
    Zaterdag 26 april van 11u tot 18u

    TIM VAN STEENBERGEN
    Sint Michielskaai 9, 2000 Antwerpen
    Vrijdag 25 april van 10u tot 18u
    Zaterdag 26 april van 10u tot 18u
    Zondag 27 april van 10u tot 14u

    VERONIQUE BRANQUINHO zal dit jaar géén stockverkoop houden! (Transl.: there will be no stock sale from Veronique Branquinho this year).

    What to buy: Designer clothes.

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    De Meir

    by OlafS Updated May 9, 2007

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    Antwerpen: De Meir

    The main shopping street is De Meir. It's a long street with shops on both sides and no motorized traffic. Many of the shops are part of big chains. In general you won't find anything here that you won't find in any other city. The street has some truly fascinating architecture but for shopping it's not that interesting.

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  • Clothes, shoes, fashion: Shopping in Antwerpen

    by dimilag Written May 3, 2007

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    Antwerpen Street Scene

    If you are keen on shopping there are a lot of boutiques, mainly in the area around Nationalestraat, including Dries van Noten, Ann Demeulemeester, Walter van Beirendonck and Marina Yee. A great walk in which you can find cosy or ellegant clothes, friendly people and some nice cafes to take a rest.

    What to buy: Clothes, Accesσories, Souvenirs

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    The Meir and De Keyserlei: Main shopping area

    by Dabs Updated Jan 27, 2007

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    The Meir
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    The main shopping streets where you will find upmarket shops, boutiques and department stores are the pedestrian only Meir and De Keyserlei which connects to the Meir. We weren't in Antwerp to do any shopping so we just strolled down the street looking at the architecture.

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    Cloths, shoes, fashion: Shopping on the Meir

    by penumbra Updated Nov 25, 2006

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    Beginning of Leysstraat - Left
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    Leaving the Central train station down Keyserlei street, the avenue funnels into a pedestrian shopping promenade called Leysstraat and Meir. Greeting you at the begging of the promenade is a statue of Antoon Van Dyck , a local artist made good. Adorning the builds to either side of the promenade entrance are four female figures, one for each season of the year.

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    Labels inc.: Labels inc.

    by yashiko Written Apr 26, 2006

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    Outlet- storefor designerclothes and shoes. Ann Demeulemeester, Dries Van Noten , Water Van Beirendonck,....

    Open : 11.00 - 18.00
    Wednesday: 14.00 - 18.00
    Closed on Sunday

    What to buy: Recent designer clothes.

    What to pay: Much less than the original prices

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    EPISODE: EPISODE - What a find!

    by Maidstoneman Written Oct 30, 2005

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    A fantastic second hand `retro` clothes shop.

    What to buy: Jackets, shirts, sports gear and furs.

    You name it, if its not current, you`ll find it here.

    All perfectly cleaned and well displayed - just as in a ` new` clothes shop.

    What to pay: 12 euros for a long sleeved shirt.

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    Fish and chips: For trendy people

    by benidormone Updated Aug 4, 2005

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    Fish and Chips

    Fish and chips is a very special shop.A few years ago the Kammenstraat where the shop is located was nearly death. Until Fish and Chips opened the doors. Now its the most trendy shopping street in Antwerp. Each year they have the laundry day,its great fun with top deejays,dancers etc. The whole street is having a big party at that time. But the laundry day has moved now to Het Eilandje at the Braziliestraat, because the event was getting to big for the kammenstreet. Watch ou for the next laundry day (3 September 2005)

    What to buy: Trendy clothing for boys and girls

    What to pay: It depends on how much you want to buy.Normal prices.

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    • Gay and Lesbian

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