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And Dansaert created fashion
In Brussels, creativity is just like the art de vivre: inventive or even eccentric. Tasteful and high-quality, Brussels fashion is worthy of all these descriptions and comes up with some timeless collections. A few years ago, fashion designers emerging from the leading schools of Brussels took over Rue Dansaert and the surrounding area. Over the years, boutiques and studios have turned it into the essential quarter for those who want to look at and try on clothes and accessories, giving a new lease of life to this once neglected corner of Brussels. Rue Dansaert is the temple of temptations: for all ages, all styles, all sizes, all budgets and at (almost) all hours of the day since the shops stay open on Thursdays until 8 p.m. And, going back to the sources of this great art, the Museum of Costume and Lace, near the Grand’Place, is well worth a visit for its collection of old lace and fi nery, and presents a retrospective fi lm of the great occasions in our couturier history. This trail can be combined with the design theme on the following page.
• MAD Brussels Mode & Design Center
The Brussels Fashion and
Rue d’Alost 7/11 - 1000 Bru
Delvaux: luxury leather goods
Costume and Lace Museum
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