Look here for in-house capsule collections created in collaboration with emerging designers like former Haider Ackermann intern Jantine van Peski or Sara Lundberg, a young Swede with a thing for prints.
Founded in 1984, Stijl came on the scene around the time the Antwerp Six designers were making a name for themselves, and it continues to be a champion of Belgian talent. This is the spot for tailored pieces from Veronique Branquinho and the understated creations of Croatian-born Damir Doma, who trained in Antwerp ateliers.
A platform for local artisans filtered through a Western sensibility, Le Mill carries fashion and home furnishings—and, in addition to brands like The Row and 3.1 Phillip Lim, offers discoveries like this graphic mother-of-pearl clutch by the Lebanese designer Nathalie Trad and colorful looks from the Indian designer Saloni Lodha.
Known for men’s suits, this family-run store has broadened its repertoire to include offbeat contemporary clothes and accessories for both genders. Snag a pair of furry shades from Italia Independent by Chiara Ferragni or the latest by Stella Jean.
The first concept store in this Balkan capital was established by the local artist Antoaneta Dyungelyan. Put your money on painterly T-shirt looks from Ahau and intricate jewelry by Angelina Tsvetkova.