From unusual lamps, fittings and ceiling covers to plugs and beautiful, colourful, textile-covered cords: if you’re looking for energy-efficient lighting products, Wattnou is your spot.
Shoe Club is the trendiest shoe store in Rotterdam has the biggest collection of UGG Australia, among other brandsLaurenskwartier
A sitting-room for Surinamese cultures, starting from the Afro-Surinamese subculture. This shop sells a broad selection of books, clothes, wood carvings, ceramics, kotos and pangis.China Town
You’ll have to cross Erasmus Bridgeto get there, but it’s worth the effort: Damage Playground is a clothing store, bookshop, music store and webshop all in one. Check out the shirts by BWGH and Kulte, the shoes by Soulland and the accessories by Études.
In Nen Xavier’s sleek, minimalist store, he pre¬sents a collection that could best be described as clean, timeless and characteristic. For men, he has Acne, A.P.C., Hope and Cheap Monday. And for women, Monique van Heist, Silent by Damir Doma and jewellery by Rotterdam’s own Martine Viergever.
Browse for hours through the racks of exclusive albums and CDs at De Plaatboef. New vinyl and CDs come in daily, and the shop boasts the lowest CD prices in the Netherlands.
With its upper-class brands, cutting-edge Japanese streetwear and exclusive sneakers, Ginza is a welcome addition to the city.Laurenskwartier
Wah Nam Hong Supermarket
Well-stocked, spacious supermarket, mainly selling Chinese products, with a good produce section and reasonable prices. A popular shop, Wah Nam Hong is always hectic and busy.China Town
G-star is the defi nitive jeans hit in the Netherlands, known for its pure, honest and innovative style. Casual, but far from ordinary.Lijnbaankwartier
Smaakatelier Zoet & Zout
Delicatessen and lifestyle shop in one. Visit the ‘taste studio’ for homemade cake, frittatas, lasagne and other Italian delicacies, or for fun gift ideas. How about a nice organic limoncello, or an exceptional piece of jewellery by Coeurblonde?