Brussels is a melting pot of fashion influences. For those who love streetwear, Brussels has something to satisfy all styles and wallets.
From hoodies to vinyl and sneakers, it's all here! These streetwear shops, which have been in operation for a few years, are a paradise for those looking for clothes and accessories for that 100% urban look. During your shopping trip, discover the new products or go in search of your favourite brands in these 5 streetwear stores.
Okay, so a 'premium sneaker & streetwear boutique' might sound just that bit too fancy to be authentically urban, but that's what Panthers call themselves.
Besides this store, they also have a branch in Ghent. What can you expect? Unique sneakers for men and women that you don’t find in every sneaker store. Panthers also sells streetwear and streetwise accessories. They regularly organise launch events to introduce new sneakers to their loyal fans in style.
The French Atelier de Production et de Création (A.P.C. for short) makes fashion with a timeless look & feel.
It always has stylish trousers and elegant little dresses in basic colours (white, grey, black, blue and every shade in between), cosy sweaters and tomboy denim jackets in its collection. A.P.C. also designs shoes, accessories and gifts such as scented candles and books. Another signature item is its quilts: multipurpose throws with original prints that you can use for all kinds of things.
If chain stores aren’t your thing, discover contemporary fashion at Mr. Ego that is a joy to behold as well as flattering to your ego.
Find urban clothing on the racks by more than 30 independent brands, along with a mini art gallery with work by No New Enemies Artists, books and magazines. Looking for cool shoes for him, sexy heels for her or hip hats for both of you? Check this place out!
Besides the broad selection from established skate brands, the shop also stocks several lesser-known labels, including Billionaire Boys Club, Braindead, Hélas, Roundel Londen and Trasher. Fresh has another skate shop, Plus One, in the Verversstraat / Rue des Teinturiers No. 4, a cool 150-metre walk (or skate) from here.
Located in the popular Flagey district, the Reservoir boutiques are true laboratories of urban fashion. Looking for a pair of sneakers that no one else is wearing? These three different concept stores are ideal places to find unique items on your next shopping trip.
The managers are keen to offer an elegant selection of favourites and exclusives to an avant-garde Brussels clientele. Branded clothes and accessories from all over the world that you won’t find anywhere else. Gone are the days of following the rules of the big brands. Here you will find the latest streetwear during your visit to Brussels.