292 posts tagged Young Men in ALL BLOGS


7. Accessories

Not one to shy away from the bold and cutting edge, Ra’s accessories selection reads like a who’s-who of some of the best emerging names in the field. Raphael Young’s sculptural heels, Fleet Ilya’s figure-flattering belts and bags, and Opening Ceremony’s casual-cool shoes are just some of the brands available alongside Men’s footwear by Givenchy and Damir Doma.
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3. Men

The menswear section at Verso has something to suit every style and mood, with a selection of high-end suits from labels like Prada, Giorgio Armani, and Dior sharing the floor with edgy brands like Givenchy, John Galliano and Alexander McQueen. Graphic T-shirts and sculpted hoodies cater to a younger, more fashion forward customer, while a selection of sophisticated blazers in
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4. Women

Verso is a paradise for women seeking feminine, sophisticated clothing. Slinky dresses and separates by D&G, Galliano, Versace, Roberto Cavalli and more contrast with more edgy, forward brands like Givenchy and Costume National. Paul & Joe, Blumarine, and See by Chloe provide a casual flavor while killer accessories from just about everybody who’s anybody ensure that the Verso
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Ra

Ra, named after co-founders and business partners Romain Brau and Anna Kushnerova, has been shaking up the retail status quo in Antwerp since the groundbreaking multi-level space opened in fall 2009. Loathe to call it a “concept shop,” Brau and Kushnerova envision Ra as a platform for young artists, combining the many talents of rising stars in the fields of
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Verso

Housed in a former aristocratic palace that was later transformed into a 20th century bank, Verso opened in 1993 as a unique multi-brand store in the heart of Antwerp. Having maintained the interior’s high ceilings and industrial furniture of its past, Verso provides an innovative atmosphere for shopping both the Men’s and Women’s designer markets. An Italian-heavy selection of
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Tokyo Hipsters Club

Tokyo Hipsters Club successfully blends art, culture, cuisine, and retail into an impressive variety shop. It is equipped with an expansive first floor of Men’s apparel, art books and lifestyle products; a gallery on the second floor featuring up-and-coming design and art exhibitions; and a café on the third floor. The sporty and elegant menswear includes standout graphic T-shirts,
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Redley

Redley, one of the biggest streetwear labels from Rio de Janeiro, was established in 1985 with the idea to create a style that best represents the authentic, young and hip crowd from the city. With a sophisticated outlook, Redley develops three collections each year for Men and Women. Unique patterned Tactel® shorts feature in great transitional looks that work well
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Solebox

Sneak into Solebox right off Kufuerstendamm and find your favorite pair of limited edition sport shoes. This specialty store is one of the most important destinations for sneaker lovers in the city. With a penchant for all things rare, Solebox offers a unique assortment of sneakers by Adidas, Puma, Vans and many more. In addition you will find T-shirts and
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Truffelschwein

Handpicked finds from understated menswear brands can be found at Truffelschwein, a cozy store in one of Mitte’s promising side streets. Truffelschwein means “truffle pig”. And owners Ralf Linnenbrink and Lyon Roque pick their products with very fine noses, too. The selection shows strong British influences and serves all of a man's casual needs. Brands include The Hill-Side, Paul and
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3. Redley

Almost as refreshing as the clothing is the store's visual merchandising. Redley’s combination of modern and antique interiors lays ground for the stylish and creative garments it stocks. Dressed to fit one of Rio de Janeiro's most happening areas, this three-story massive location dedicates its first floor to the guys, the second floor for the ladies, and the third to
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Humana

The Friedrichshain-based secondhand department store Humana is a paradise for vintage lovers and bargain hunters. On first sight the store looks a little worn down, but it hides real treasures inside. Just bring enough time to browse the five floors, where you will find a wide selection of previously loved merchandise across all markets. The fifth and top floor hosts
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Saturdays Surf Nyc

Amidst the urban sprawl in N.Y.C. is the last place you would expect to find a surf shop. Located in Soho, Saturdays Surf NYC is more of a hipster art gallery space than beach-bum surf shack. While they do carry surfboards and surf related commodities, the space also boasts a coffee shop and an outdoor lounge area in the
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Arkona Platz

If you are looking for products from former East Germany or the 70s you should give this whimsical flea market a try. Arkona Platz is just a few short steps from its big brother, the fleamarket at Mauerpark. However, Arkona Platz has a smaller, more edited selection. The cozy place lined with trees shelters antique treasures: books, records, fashion and
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Prague By Louis Dijksman

With its emphasis on high-quality, wearable designer clothing, Prague by Louis Dijksman carries a range of distinctive labels with a devoted cult-like following. Monochromatic separates by Carol Christian Poëll and Akris comprise the women’s offerings while pieces by Julius, Damir Doma, Miharayasuhiro and more are available for men. Draped knits, exquisite tailored pieces and fine leather accessories form the
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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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