Bruno Pieters offers designer fashion that's 100% transparent – not like the Emperor's New Clothes, but with respect to cost breakdown and responsible sourcing of primary materials. Much of the clothing is 'vegan', …
While you can find cheaper chocolate shops, the Chocolate Line offers you a unique combination of celebrity 'shocolatier'-creator, a workshop where you can watch production and a superb mural-walled shop that's a hi…
This is the place to come to find designer-label bargains, both overstock consignments and pre-loved items.
This is one of Belgium's best flea markets, with a large number of brocante stalls and some serious antique dealers.
In striking contrast to all the contemporary boutiques nearby, Boon is a traditional old-world glove shop, established in 1884.
Dries Van Noten's beautiful Antwerp flagship store is located in a distinctive 19th-century flatiron building in the heart of Sint-Andries.
In an old bank building with a gorgeous stained-glass ceiling, Verso offers designer wares, perfume and accessories. Attached is a dark and moody cocktail café, open until 6.30pm (8pm on Saturday).
This Sunday flea market is an Antwerp institution.
Even if you hate shopping malls, it's worth poking your head into this one, which has a vast central hall dating from 1908 that's a festival of giltwork details, fully reworked after a 2000 fire.
For over 120 years, this statue-filled shop has been the go-to place for pilgrims seeking a goodly crop of Lourdes-style Catholic trinkets and religious memorabilia.