A day of shopping in Brussels after Corona? Discover sustainable fashion at these 7 Brussels stores. From cool clothing to tailor-made outfits, COSH! makes conscious shopping easy for you.

Peaceful coziness

If you like to go shopping in peace and quiet, start your shopping spree at Cent Vingt Huit. A shop with an eye for creativity and nature. Where jackets and dresses hang on artful mannequins. Here and there Mother Nature shows her beauty through beautiful plants between the items. Cent Vingt Huit Brussels is known for its wide range of sustainable products, such as clothing made from hemp and circular jackets. With a wide range of gadgets from pioneering circular economy accessory brands, it’s the perfect place ,for those who want to dress environmentally conscious or buy eco gifts!

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Badass babes & guys

Anyone who loves punk, rock-n-roll and tattoos will certainly feel at home with Mr. Ego. This shop in Brussels likes to bring some colour and craziness into the streetscape and therefore opted for an eye-catching window and interior. But don't let the big eyes and bright tones distract you from the fun collections inside. At Mr. Ego you will find some very nice, sustainable brands!

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Textile remnants with a new life

Natacha Cadonici works with textile left-overs. Natacha collects the materials from Parisian fashion houses that have rolls of fabric left after their productions and then recycles them into her own creations. In this way she avoids waste and contributes to circular fashion. What gives Natacha's collections their individuality is that garments can be worn backwards and often contain a signature knitted rib collar. So you can switch between two looks in no time!

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Infantium Victoria is the place to be for kids. The clothing collection has a dark and tough side, a little avant - garde and it is very popular in New York! For now only available through the webshop, but on Fridays the designers open the doors of their Atelier in Diegem for an exclusive shopping experience.

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Cultural vibe

If you have ever visited the African museum and have been inspired by it, you can take a look at A ka so in the King's Gallery. Bodypainting with African tribes in Ethiopia is the source of inspiration for Philippe Vertriest's clothing brand. He knows how to transform his inspiration into contemporary and yet timeless collections for women and men in a fun way.

The materials used and the production process are closely monitored in order to offer the best quality and at the same time to be ecologically responsible. For example, producers must be able to present a clear strategy to reduce water consumption and the brand only works with viscose, modal and tencel from the Austrian manufacturer Lenzing.

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For high quality Japanese jeans you stop by at Façon Jacmin! The Belgian twins, Ségolène and Alexandra Jacmin design ecological and ethical denim collections that won't wear out easily. Japanese denim is known for its strength due to its dense way of weaving. By choosing producers with a closed loop dyeing process, so the indigo dyes don't end up in Japanese waters, they go all the way to get you the perfect jeans!

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Belgian haute couture

The clothes make the man or woman! Annelies Bruneel likes to think along with you about a timeless wardrobe or the piece to be worn for that one special occasion. This Belgian designer creates one by one unique custom-made garments. She does this together with the customer according to her co-creation principle. Annelies is responsible for the design and the customer for the feeling.

The materials Annelies uses to make her garments are 100% natural like cotton, organic cotton, flax, viscose, hemp, wool and silk. No synthetic fabrics. Annelies wants quality with respect for the planet.

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