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Personal Shopping experience in Belgium

Have you heard about Belgium, Europe? Maybe yes – about its beer and its chocolate? But Belgium has also a worldwide recognized fashion scene, with designers as Dries Van Noten, Dirk Bikkemberghs, Ann Demeulemeester, Raf Simons or Peter Pilotto to name just some. Belgium has a multitude of different luxury fashion designers, with as many different styles.

As a trained Personal Shopper (Milan) and multilingual Belgian native, proud to be part of this avant-garde fashion universe, I’d like to take you on a personal shopping tour through its main cities, Brussels and Antwerp. Helping you to discover the beauty and authenticity of Belgian fashion – not to forget Belgium's famous chocolatiers. Assisting and inspiring you with personalised style advice – so you can bring home some of these fabulous fashion and lifestyle pieces that will make you stand out and feel extremely comfortable at the same time.

If you’re looking for beautifully designed fashion, please join me on the Brussels and Antwerp shopping tours.

PS: Brussels, Belgium is just a little over an hour away from Paris by high-speed train - and two hours from London on Eurostar. Antwerp is just half an hour from Brussels. Both cities are certainly worth the discovery.

ACROSS JAPAN - MODEMUSEUM HASSELT - 04/03/2017 > 09/09/2017

Throughout the years Japanese fashion has become a strong brand. Today, it is setting the tone for fashion trends worldwide, in streetwear as well as couture

ACROSS JAPAN - MODEMUSEUM HASSELT - 04/03/2017 > 09/09/2017

Throughout the years Japanese fashion has become a strong brand. Today, it is setting the tone for fashion trends worldwide, in streetwear as well as couture. 

A very important turning point was marked by the collections of Yohji Yamamoto and Rei Kawakubo presented in Paris at the beginning of the eighties.

The fascinating innovations introduced by the Japanese avant-garde designers and their younger peers in combination with newer Western interpretations of the ‘Japanese’ aesthetics make up the core of Across Japan.