Fleur’s store sells what she wants to wear herself. Comfortable but fashionable, the clothing she sells clearly shows her passion for earth tones, black and denim.Laurenskwartier
's Zomers Bloemen
Just calling ’s Zomers a ‘flower shop’ does not do it justice. A stroll through the shop is a sensation that tantalises the senses with the exceptional scents, colours and shapes you encounter.
Gorilli Concept Store
Gorilli isn’t to everyone’s taste, and owner Talat is proud of that fact. He doesn’t think in terms of lifestyles; he’s about identities. What he buys for his store is limited to unique brands from all over the world. Like Billionaire Boys Club, Wood Wood, Comme des Garcons and Sixpack France.Laurenskwartier
Home decoration and gift shop Fabricati is a feast for the eyes. Plastic baskets to put on your table, Mexican tablecloths, kitschy candelabras and funny magnets. This is the shop you’ve always dreamt of for original and affordable gifts.
From teetering stilettos to brightly coloured sneakers and nonchalant mid-calf boots, Sacha’s collection is as diverse as it is spot-on fashionable.Lijnbaankwartier
Every Wednesday and Saturday there is a big market on Afrikaanderplein.Markets/Trade Fairs, Do-like-a-local
You have jeans and then you have jeans. De Nimes only sells denim items by the very best brands, like Atos Lombardini, Citizens of Humanity, Paul&Joe, Vintage ‘55 and Abercrombie&Fitch.
Dille & Kamille
Natural simplicity. That’s what Dille & Kamille has offered for ages and ages, long before sustainability become popular. A few selections: functional kitchen utensils, unpretentious dishes, herbal tea, old-fashioned candy canes, candles and wooden toys.Green
From exclusive shoes by brands like Nike and Adidas to rising stars that almost no one has heard of yet: Seventyfive is the perfect place for the true sneaker snob.
Crocs Store Rotterdam
Crocs, Inc, a world leader in innovative casual footwear for men, women and children, celebrated its 10th anniversary in 2012.Lijnbaankwartier