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Zegna may not be as popular as Armani, but the truly hip man will be familiar with this brand. Find classic cuts and designs, such as knitted black three quarter length coats, simple but sophisticated suits, and plain, woollen jumpers. Comfort is another of Zegna's priorities, with an emphasis on soft, wearable fabrics like cashmere, silk and mohair. They also stock an up market range of shirts, ties and accessories.
Nicola's Bookshop is a bibliophile's oasis in the heart of Brussels. Offering up a vast selection of books, periodicals, and other publications in five languages. Nicolas Bookshop is a must stop for the business or leisure traveler looking for a have-to-have magazine or periodical or just something to read. In addition, Nicolas Bookshop offers book club membership to keep members up to date with the latest books hitting the stores as well as in store author events.
Founded in 1983, Filigranes is one of the most well-established and largest bookstores in all of Brussels, spanning over 2600 square meters (27986square feet). Set overlooking the iconic Parc de Bruxelles, the historic bookstore is one of the city's cultural and social hubs, attracting readers from all over Brussels and beyond. Their collection includes more than 180,000 publications that encompass genres like literature, philosophy, psychology, and fiction to name a few. The library also organizes literary workshops, reading sessions, and book launches within its premises.
If you are looking for stylish footwear, you must check out TOD's in Brussels. Pick out from a large range of shoes in leather and suede, and choose from different styles and colors. The store is well-known for its hip fashion and cool quotient. The classic moccasin shoes are very popular and sell like hot cakes! Also find handbags, belts, pouches and purses. This is a place where fashion meets functionality!
From a saddler to the designer of the century: In 1921 it was still written in the stars that Guccio Gucci would one day be considered one of the greatest fashion designers ever. Back then, the young saddler opened up his first shop in Florence. The first exclusive leather ware with bridle and stirrup design fired peoples enthusiasm and made the designer famous. The designer reached his climax in the 1950s and 1960s, when he clothed the style icons Grace Kelly and Audrey Hepburn. But still today his label stands for pure luxury.
The gold-plated sign by the entry hints to the luxury that exists behind its doors. If you are a fan of Ralph Lauren's all-American luxury line, then you've found yourself in the right place. This collection features classically tailored clothes for men and women, and there is also a selection of upscale home furnishings and designs under the same label. For clothes that remind one of prep-school or collegiate chic and summers at Martha's Vineyard, Polo takes the match.