300 posts tagged denim in ALL BLOGS


Louis

An Antwerp mainstay for several years, Louis is intrinsic to designer shopping with its unparalleled selection of both Belgian and international labels. Ann Demeulemeester and A.F. Vandevorst hang alongside French mainstays Lanvin and Cacharel. Balmain Homme and Adam Kimmel satisfy the Men's market while innovations by Martin Churba and Gustavo Lins are a welcome surprise. Lombardenstraat 2, 2000
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Cavalera

In the well-known street shopping district, Cavalera aims to please a modern and playful crowd. In 1995, Alberto Hiar founded the brand with famous Sepultura drummer, Igor Cavalera. This monumental shop is a stylelish crossover between rock 'n' roll, fashion and art. Find a mix of cheeky prints and graphics and jeanswear with attitude. Cavalera has stores all over
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À Lá Garçonne

When businessman Fabio Souza opened À Lá Garçonne, he based the decoration on a fictitious story to inspire himself. The concept was to recreate an atmosphere of a store founded in 1929 that worked until the late 1950s. The store “closed,” only to be re-opened with no modifications to its interior design. Souza traveled to cities in Brazil and
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Spoiled

Spoiled is Amsterdam’s go-to source for sportswear and denim, carrying a range of styles for all genders. Labels like Adidas, Paul & Joe, Fred Perry and more share floor space with denim diehard brands like Denham the Jeanmaker, Blueblood, and Nudie. Don’t miss the Denim Bar located in the back, perfect for perusing the denim selection on hand while
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Denham The Jeanmaker

Launched in 2009 by denim guru Jason Denham, Dutch brand Denham the Jeanmaker is the ultimate on-trend denim experience. This smart boutique in the Nine Streets district is a definite must-see for those looking for a sophisticated and unique take on denim, casual workwear and accessories. Catering to men and women, this innovative brand offers creative professionals a contemporary look
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Surface To Air

Parisian design collective Surface to Air’s Paris flagship moved recently to the storied Rue Vieille du Temple. Their men’s and women’s collections for the chic urbanite are on proud display alongside the label’s edgy accessories, denim and a pop-up shop-in-shop that will feature a cast of labels rotating on a monthly basis. Avant-garde label Bless featured in the space -
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Le Temps Des Cerises

This celebrated French denim label kicked off 2010 with the opening of its second Paris location in the heart of the Marais district. Denim is the shining star, alongside casualwear and their signature graphic T-shirts for all markets. Pieces from their secondary line, JapanRags, make it a one-stop-shop for denim lovers. 7 Rue des Rosiers 75004 Paris Tel: + 33 (0)1 42 74
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Tenue de Nîmes

A denim revolution is slowly emanating forth from this thriving Amsterdam shop. The store’s incredible denim wall is complemented by a selection of street-wise non-denim clothing for men and women by labels like Camilla Norrback, Acne and their own private label. An eponymous blog is fast establishing Tenue de Nîmes’ position in the global denim community. Elandsgracht 60, 1016 TX Amsterdam Tel:
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Moulé

Founded in Canada in 1987, Moulé has expanded to include 4 stores, with the Portland outpost being the first shop on American soil. The sophisticated urbanite will find much to love at Moulé, with its varied selection of wearable separates by Rogan, Surface to Air, Pringle, Kaylee Tankus, and more. An eclectic and cosmopolitan accessories offering provides the perfect complement
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Opening Ceremony

This Charlie Chaplin dance studio turned 10,000 square foot boutique is in the process of making its own mark on history. Opening Ceremony LA, has full collections of all the hard to find designers and a unique selection of the up-and-comers. The second floor is set up like a mini-mall with shop-in-shop boutiques each housing its own label. While this
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Spree

Established in 2001 and recently renovated, Spree is run by a husband and wife team whose combined talents include styling, visual art and production design for films. The store features an incredible selection of apparel by Tsumori Chisato, A.P.C., and jeans by Notify, among others. Spree was also the first store in Paris to carry Acne, a line that
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Super

Located in an ancient cave in the bohemian Monti neighborhood, this concept store is a frontrunner of Rome’s alternative fashion scene. Known as a springboard for creative, modern designs and a haven for limited edition fashions, SUPER offers a wide range of talented emerging designers alongside selected vintage and retro clothes and accessories for in-the-know men and women. Via Leonina, 42 00184
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Merci

Merci is ushering in a retail revolution with its charity-based ethos and superbly curated lifestyle concept store. Founded by the former owners of French luxury children’s brand Bonpoint, Merci donates all profit margins to children’s charities. With clothing and products for women, men, children, interiors and vintage available as well as a used bookshop, café, floral shop and Annick
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The Three Threads

This hip shop stocks men’s and women’s clothing, specializing in sophisticated streetwear, graphic tees and denim. The Three Threads was opened by the Work in Progress Agency with the aim to include all of their passions - clothing, art and beer – into one remarkable store. Brands include Edwin and Fred Perry for the guys, and Opening Ceremony and Won
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Lenny & Me

This massive vintage locale may seem like a typical buy, sell and consign joint, but it contains a wealth of retro goods for men, women, children and the home. From a solid selection of wool sport coats and fedoras to Western-inspired wears and Hawaiian shirts, Lenny & Me continues to deliver new surprises upon every visit.1459 North Milwaukee AvenueWicker
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