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BELGIUM Country Edition Spring/Summer 2019

EXPLORE BELGIUM: discover the luxury highlights of this vibrant country with our insiders’ guide

CUTTING-EDGE CREATIONS the pioneering fashion o Belgium’s top designer


So amazing shopping So inno !

The biggest department store in Belgium. More than 600 brands under one roof. • Galeria Inno Antwerpen Meir 80-82 - 2000 Antwerpen • Galeria Inno Brugge Steenstraat 11 - 8000 Brugge • Galeria Inno Brussels rue Neuve 111 - 1000 Brussels • Galeria Inno Liège pl. de la République Française 15 - 4000 Liège • Galeria Inno Louise av. Louise 12 - 1050 Brussels • Galeria Inno Gent Veldstraat 86 - 9000 Gent


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REBECCA RHYS-EVANS SHOP’s associate fashion and lifestyle editor Rebecca RhysEvans has a degree in American literature from Liverpool University and formerly ran the online team at Flannels.com. She has previously written for British and international fashion brands. globalblue.com

SALLY MCILHONE As SHOP’s deputy editor, Sally McIlhone is in touch with leading brands, creatives and writers around the world so she can stay on top of the latest styles and designs. Sally has contributed to Refinery29, Stylist and Total Film online.

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ANDREW NYE Andrew Nye has brought his striking conceptual style to this season’s cover of SHOP Belgium. His illustration depicts a passenger entering beautiful and ornate Antwerp Central railway station, whose windows and archways sparkle like diamonds. Andrew’s other clients include Barclays and Eurostar. Discover SHOP Belgium and our other editions at issuu.com/globalblue.


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CONTENTS CHECK OUT 14 SHOP selects a standout piece from Belgium this season

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PRODUCTS 16 Key looks for the season, from fashion and footwear to jewellery and accessories

SHOP WINDOW 20 Discover the new Messika boutique in Brussels in Belgium

NEWS 22 Seasonal updates on shops, services and new products

FEATURE CUTTING-EDGE CREATIONS 24 The ground-breaking Antwerp Six group of designers made a huge impact in the 1980s, and their legacy lives on. Rebecca Rhys-Evans takes a look at Belgium’s fashion leaders of today, from Raf Simons to bag brand Kipling Above: a recent Clio Goldbrenner campaign

GUIDE 31 Maps and guides to Belgium’s top shops and destinations

HOW TO SHOP TAX FREE 47 The simple steps to saving money on your shopping

TRANSLATIONS 48 中文 翻 译 50 Русский Перевод 56 SOUVENIR 58 The essential item to bring home


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PURE BRILLIANCE Launched in 1958 for the World Expo in Brussels, Delvaux’s Brillant bag has become the acclaimed signature piece of the historic Belgian brand. For spring/ summer 2019 this classic style has been given a modern facelift. Inspired by travel, adventure and a bohemian spirit, the pictured pale pink design features a selection of beads and semi-precious stones in Save up to 16% by shopping tax free, see page 47

a bold, glistening pattern. Easily teamed with a casual or smart look, this innovative design from the 190-year-old brand is the perfect piece of Belgium to take anywhere in the world. lt Delvaux Brillant bag, price on request, Delvaux, 27 boulevard de Waterloo, 1000 Brussels, +32 (0)2 513 0502, delvaux.com FOR MAP GO TO PAGE 36


W O L F O R D B O U T I Q U E H ASS E LT Diesterstraat 6 | B R U SS E L Avenue Louise 40 | K N O K K E Kustlaan 241 B R U G G E Noordzandstraat 36 | G E N T Koestraat 19 | A N T W E R P E N Oudaan 15, Winkel 6 W O L F O R D O U T L E T M A AS M E C H E L E N V I L L AG E Zetellaan 113

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Pandora bracelet, €79, Galeria Inno, Steenstraat 13, 8000 Bruges, +32 (0)50 330603, pandora.net Max Mara sunglasses, €213, Max Mara, Noordzandstraat 74, 8000 Bruges, +32 (0)50 341444, maxmara.com

Maje top, €175, Maje, Hopland 6, 2000 Antwerp, +32 (0)3 227 1977, maje.com

Team wide-leg blue trousers with a classic trench and add modern silver extras for a fresh spring look Sandro trousers, €185, Sandro, 28 rue Antoine Dansaert, 1000 Brussels, +32 (0)2 512 8660, sandro-paris.com

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PHOTO: (TROUSERS) FRED FURGOL

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Cos earrings, €18, Cos, Korte Gasthuisstraat 16-18, 2000 Antwerp, +32 (0)3 400 3440, cosstores.com

Rolex watch, €41,150, Rolex Hall of Time, 55 boulevard de Waterloo, 1000 Brussels, +32 (0)2 512 5811, rolex.com

PHOTOS: (SHOES) OLIVIER MESNAGE; (WATCH) ROLEX

Boss coat, €645, Boss, Huidevettersstraat 45, 2000 Antwerp, +32 (0)3 233 6605, hugoboss.com

Longchamp shoes, €360, Longchamp, 5 avenue Louise, 1000 Brussels, +32 (0)2 543 0260, longchamp.com

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Prada bag, €3,100, SN3, Frankrijklei 46, 2000 Antwerp, +32 (0)3 231 0820, prada.com


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LOOK SHARP

Add a flash of colour to your sartorial style with a deep red suit

Cartier watch, from €6,000, Cartier, 54 boulevard de Waterloo, 1000 Brussels, +32 (0)2 537 5161, cartier.com

Zara blazer, €69.95, Zara, Huidevettersstraat 39, 2000 Antwerp, +32 (0)3 224 7290, zara.com

Burberry wallet, €250, Burberry, 16 boulevard de Waterloo, 1000 Brussels, +32 (0)2 402 4400, burberry.com

Church’s shoes, €450, Church’s, 2 place Stéphanie, 1050 Brussels, +32 (0)2 512 4430, church-footwear.com

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Zara trousers, €39.95, Zara, Huidevettersstraat 39, 2000 Antwerp, +32 (0)3 224 7290, zara.com


HIGH SHINE Messika recently opened its first boutique in Belgium, on place du Grand Sablon in Brussels. With its cream and grey interior, the new store reflects the jewellery label’s sophisticated identity. The brand was founded in 2005 by Valérie Messika, daughter of a famous diamond merchant, who wanted to create beautiful Save up to 16% by shopping tax free, see page 47

jewellery that would showcase this most precious of stones. Messika’s renowned collections include Glam’azone, Move and a collaboration with world-famous model Gigi Hadid. grc Messika, 20 place du Grand Sablon, 1000 Brussels, +32 (0)2 669 8880, messika.com FOR MAP GO TO PAGE 32

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AQUA INSPIRATION In 2019 Belgian brand Filles Ă Papa celebrates its 10th anniversary. Over the past decade, it has come to be known for its young, rebellious designs. The spring/summer 2019 collection is defined by a pool vibe, with aquatic themed T-shirts, shimmering details, checkerboard towels and palm tree motifs. grc SN3, Frankrijklei 46, 2000 Antwerp, +32 (0)3 231 0820, fillesapapa.com FOR MAP GO TO PAGE 42

FIRST STEPS Scotch & Soda has added to its collections with the introduction of a new footwear line produced in collaboration with Hamm. The inaugural range spans slides, trainers and boots for women, while men can choose from trainers, brogues and suede boots. Tying in with the brand’s spring/ summer 2019 collection, the footwear marries the colour scheme and prints of the season. grc Scotch & Soda, Noordzandstraat 21, 8000 Bruges, +32 (0)5 089 0911, scotch-soda.com FOR MAP GO TO PAGE 48

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ADVENTURE TIME Montblanc honours its Minerva watches of the 1920s and 30s with this year’s four 1858 timepieces (from €2,290), which were unveiled at Salon International de la Haute Horologie, or SIHH. Pairing a khaki green and bronze design with inhouse complications, the two Montblanc 1858 Automatics, the Chronograph and the Geosphere, all draw on a spirit of adventure, and are perfect for intrepid explorers with a sartorial penchant. grc

PERFECT PAIR Sicilian designer Fausto Puglisi has worked with Marina Rinaldi for a second consecutive season and the resulting Marina Rinaldi by Fausto Puglisi spring/ summer 2019 capsule collection consists of 16 pieces, spanning outerwear, dresses, tops, skirts and the new addition of trousers. Besides using vibrant colours, globalblue.com

Montblanc, 11 avenue Louise, 1050 Brussels, +32 (0)2 514 1438, montblanc.com FOR MAP GO TO PAGE 37

Puglisi designed an original print for the collection. Pumps and a belt round out the offering. Marina Rinaldi’s ambassador, model Ashley Graham, is the face of this elegant range. grc Marina Rinaldi, 17 avenue Louise, 1050 Brussels, +32 (0)2 539 2094, marinarinaldi.com FOR MAP GO TO PAGE 37


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Antwerp’s Royal Academy of Fine Arts is one of the most prestigious art schools in the world, as well as being one of the oldest such institutions in Europe (it was founded in 1663). Its fashion department shaped six of Belgium’s most influential designers. The Antwerp Six ‒ Dries Van Noten, Ann Demeulemeester, Dirk van Saene, Walter Van Beirendonck, Dirk Bikkembergs and Marina Yee ‒ were all taught by the academy’s head of fashion, Linda Loppa. They variously graduated in 1980 and 81, and, after showing their collections at London Fashion Week in 1988, they had a radical impact on the fashion landscape.

The groundbreaking Antwerp Six group of designers made a huge impact in the 1980s, and their legacy lives on. Rebecca Rhys-Evans profiles Belgium’s fashion leaders of today, from Raf Simons to renowned bag brand Kipling Milan, Paris and London are so dominant in European fashion that we sometimes overlook Belgium’s longstanding relationship with the world of style. Yet over the years, the country has produced some of the most pioneering legends of fashion. 48

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Their vision, both as a group and individually, transformed Belgium’s reputation for fashion and creativity. Their collections were challenging and gamechanging, shifting tastes and introducing a new avant-garde aesthetic. They subsequently started eponymous labels, perhaps most notably Dries Van Noten and Ann Demeulemeester, and Walter Van Beirendonck also styled costumes, famously for U2. Now variously working around the world, the Antwerp Six left their mark on Belgium’s creative scene and paved the way for other designers and brands. Aspiring artists and creatives from Belgium and beyond have flocked to Antwerp’s Royal Academy of Fine Arts. Notable alumni of the academy include Martin Margiela, Demna Gvasalia and Haider Ackermann. In addition, self-trained fashion designer Raf Simons received much encouragement from Linda Loppa. Martin Margiela attended the academy just before the Antwerp Six, and he is often considered an honorary seventh member of the group. On graduating, the designer worked freelance for a number of years, including a stint with Jean Paul Gaultier, before launching his eponymous label in 1988. Margiela has always kept a low profile, never Previous: Dries Van Noten spring/summer 2019

Above: Maison Margiela spring/summer 2019

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being interviewed or photographed and remaining all but invisible despite his huge influence. The mystery man of fashion was creative director of Hermès between 1997 and 2003. Today his own brand, now known as Maison Margiela, is led by John Galliano, who was appointed creative director in 2014. Raf Simons started his career as a furniture designer but, encouraged by Linda Loppa, became a self-trained menswear designer. He has been creative director for minimalist womenswear brand Jil Sander, a position he also held at Christian Dior and Calvin Klein. His eponymous menswear brand was founded in 1995, and in 2005 Raf by Raf Simons was introduced as a diffusion line with a similar aesthetic and lower price point. Above (clockwise from top left): the Royal Academy of Fine Arts, Antwerp; Raf Simons; Walter Van Beirendonck, both spring/summer 2019


The designer has enjoyed many collaborations and in recent years these have pushed him to the forefront of contemporary streetwear fashion; notable examples include collections with Adidas, Fred Perry, Eastpak and Asics, and also with Danish homeware design brand Kvadrat. Known for his fluid capabilities,

from couture at Dior to streetwear with Adidas, Raf Simons offers inspirational contemporary European fashion design, and he has been a major influence on Kanye West’s music and fashion line Yeezy. Today some of the Antwerp Six live outside Belgium, but the effect of the group and the concepts they introduced live on in the country. Their legacy is not only embraced by individual designers – many luxury and high-street brands have also been strongly influenced by them and have accomplished much in recent years. Accessories design is on the up, and eyewear and watch brand Komono has been much acclaimed for its sleek, simple and functional timepieces as well as its optical frames and sunglasses range marketed at affordable prices.

Above (from top): Dries Van Noten spring/summer 2019; a Komono Winston Royale watch

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There has been a rise in bag brands, too; in this era of affordable luxury accessories Marvais, Ms Bay and Clio Goldbrenner bridge the gap between high street and high fashion and offer achievable prices. If we’re talking Belgian bags, it would be a crime not to mention Kipling, the high street hero that specialises in luggage, backpacks and other carriers. A go-to brand around the world, Kipling is known for the lightweight, colourful nylon fabric used in its many travel items. It, too, was founded in Antwerp in the 1980s, adding to a golden era of design for the city. Since the 1980s, Belgian fashion has established itself as rulebreaking. Looking to the future and enjoying avant-garde creations, whether from commercial brands or graduates of Antwerp’s Royal Academy of Fine Arts, it champions design that transcends seasonal trends. Drawing inspiration from youth culture, music and technology, Belgian fashion designers often achieve cult status. From highlights such as Dries Van Noten’s prints, Margiela’s trench coat and Raf Simons’ utilitarian menswear, it’s clear that Belgium’s fashion designers set trends, rather than follow them Above (clockwise from top left): a recent Clio Goldbrenner campaign; Kipling; Ann Demeulemeester, both spring/summer 2019


E.R.: Johan Soenens, Jean Monnetlaan 1, 1804 Vilvoorde. www.c-a.com

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Global Blue’s guide ensures you make the most of your trip to Belgium with a look at the country’s must-visit destinations, from a cool haven of modern art to the old town of Dinant on the River Meuse (pictured). Start with SHOP’s recommendations before delving deeper with expert guidance from our well-travelled team. For more helpful hints and detailed city guides, check out globalblue.com/belgium.

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DELBÔVE Passionate about science and botany, Belgian skincare brand Delbôve started in 1967. It takes a holistic approach to cosmetics, emphasising that beauty comes from feeling good ‒ and from a natural beauty regime. The brand’s two stores, in Antwerp and Brussels, have minimalist interiors that feature wood and gold hardware details. They are as carefully styled as the labels of the brown bottles that each product comes in, and they are havens for any beauty fanatic. Our recommendation is to try the Crème Sorcière, a balancing cream and cleanser that the brand is known for.

Delbôve, 67 rue de l’Abbaye, 1050 Brussels, +32 (0)2 648 0449, delbove.com

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BERNADETTE Luxury fashion brand Bernadette is making waves among the style elite. It was started by mother and daughter duo Bernadette and Charlotte De Geyter, and its signature piece is an ultra-feminine floral print midi dress inspired by boudoir dressing. Femininity is key to this brand; its clothes are designed by women for women, and each style can be worn by women of all ages. Renaissance, Nationalestraat 32, 2000 Antwerp, +32 (0)3 369 0108, bernadetteantwerp.com FOR MAP GO TO PAGE 40

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APC APC combines classic Parisian laid-back style and high-quality fabrics to present cool yet casual favourites. Giving your everyday wardrobe the overhaul you didn’t realise it needed, the brand offers cuts and structure often found in Japanese and Scandinavian fashion, and its streetwear style is redolent of

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24: CUTTING-EDGE CREATIONS 先锋创造

米 兰、巴 黎和 伦敦一直占 据 欧 洲 时尚 主导 地位,导 致有 时候 我们 忽视了比 利时与时装界 的历史渊源。实际 上 这 些 年来,比 利时产生了一 批 时尚界最 具传 奇 色 彩 的先 锋人物。 创立于 1663年 的安 特卫普皇 家 艺 术 学 院 是世界上 最有名望 的 艺 术 院 校 之一,也是 欧 洲 历史 最 悠久 的 艺 术 机 构 之一。安 特卫普皇 家 艺 术 学 院 的时装设 计 专业 培 养了比 利时最具 影 响力的 六位设 计师,人 称 “安 特卫 普六君子”:Dries Van Noten,Ann

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Demeulemeester,Dirk van Saene,Walter Van Beirendonck,Dirk Bikkembergs 以 及 Marina Yee。他们 都出自时 装设 计系 主任 Linda Loppa门下。 六君子 先 后在 1980年 和 1981年 毕 业,1988年 他们 一 行人 来 到伦敦 时 装 周共同展 示作品,一 炮而红,之 后 便 开始了各自在 时尚界风 风 火火 的 驰 骋之 路。 无 论 是 作为 一 个团体还 是 个人, 六君子 的时尚 理 念 彻底 改变了比 利 时 在 时尚 创意界 的声 望。他们 的作 品 极具挑 战 力 和 颠 覆 性,在 转 变品 味 的同时引进 全 新 的 前卫审 美 观 点。 六君子 随 后各自开 创同名品牌,其中 最 知名的要 数 Dries Van Noten 和 Ann Demeulemeester。Walter Van Beirendonck同时也设 计 演出服 装, 最 著名的客户是 U2乐队。 六君子目前 在世界 各地 发 展自 己的事业,但他们 仍然是 比 利时创

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意 设 计 领 域 不 可忽视 的力量,为其 他同胞设 计师 和品牌 铺 路。比 利时 本土 和 世界 各地 的 创意 才俊 纷 纷涌 向安 特卫普皇 家 艺 术 学 院。Martin Margiela, Demna Gvasalia 和 Haider Ackermann都 是该学 院有 名的 校 友。自学成 才 的 设 计师 Raf Simons也受 到 Linda Loppa的诸 多 指导。 Martin Margiela是 六君子 的 师兄,他 通常 被 外界认 为 是 六君子 组合 的荣 誉成 员。毕业 后,Martin 先 是 做了几 年自由设 计师,为 Jean Paul Gaultier工作过一段 时间, 后在 1988年创立了自己的同名品牌。尽管 Martin对 时装界影 响巨大,却 一直 保 持 低 调,从 未 接 受 采访、拍照 或任 何形式 的 曝光。这位 神 秘 时尚 设 计师 是 爱马 仕( Hermès)1997年到 2003 年间的 创意 总监。Martin的自有品 牌 Maison Margiela自 2014年起由 John Galliano出任 创意 总监。 Raf Simons最初 是 一名家具设 计师,在 Linda Loppa的 鼓 励下,自 学成 为男装设 计师。他是极简主义 女 装品牌 Jil Sander的 创意 总监,并在 Christian Dior 和 Calvin Klein担任 过同样 职 位。1995年,Raf Simons 创立了同名男装品牌,2005年又创立 副 线 Raf by Raf Simons,延 续 主 线 的美学理 念但价 格更实惠。 Raf Simons与很多设 计师 合 作 过,是 近 几 年 街头潮 流 风青 睐 有 加的 设 计师,跟 Adidas、 Fred Perry、Eastpak 和 Asics以 及 丹 麦 家居品牌 Kvadrat都 合作 过联名系 列。Raf Simons的风 格 多 变 灵活,无 论 是 Dior这等 高级 定制还 是 Adidas 街头 装,他 都 驾 驭自如,是 当代 欧 洲 时尚 设 计 的灵魂导师,Kanye West 的音乐 和潮 线 Yeezy就 受 到 Raf Simons的莫大 影 响。 目前,安 特卫普六君子虽 并不都 在 比 利时生活,但他们 的 影 响 和 理 念

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24: CUTTING-EDGE CREATIONS БЕЛЬГИЙСКИЕ ГЕНИИ Антверпенская шестерка дизайнеров совершила прорыв в моде 1980‑х, и их идеи живут и сейчас. Ребекка РизЭванс рассказывает о современных стильных лидерах из Бельгии от Рафа Симонса до бренда сумок Kipling Милан, Париж и Лондон захватили европейскую моду настолько, что иногда мы просто не замечаем значительный вклад Бельгии в современный стиль. Однако в последние годы именно эта страна породила сразу несколько важных модных явлений. Королевская академия изящных искусств в Антверпене – одна из самых престижных художественных школ в мире, а заодно и один из самых старых вузов в Европе (она была основана в 1663 году). Факультету моды


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весь модный ландшафт. Их подход к моде – и как команды, и каждого по отдельности – создал и укрепил репутацию Бельгии в этой сфере. Их коллекции стали вызовом, открывающим авангардную эстетику, меняющим вкусы и правила игры. Впоследствии, каждый из них основал бренд под собственным именем: пожалуй, Dries Van Noten и Ann Demeulemeester стали

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самыми успешными. А Walter Van Beirendonck разрабатывал не только коллекции, но и сценические костюмы, например, для U2. Сейчас дизайнеры из Антверпенской шестерки работают в разных точках земного шара, но они оставили неизгладимый след в креативной среде Бельгии и проложили дорогу для новых талантов. Амбициозные художники со всей Бельгии и из других стран стремятся учиться в Антверпенской академии. Среди ее выпускников – Мартин Маржела, Демна Гвасалия и Хайдер Акерман. А дизайнерсамоучка Раф Симонс получил благословение лично от Линды Лоппа. Мартин Маржела учился в Академии чуть раньше Антверпенской шестерки, поэтому его часто называют почетным седьмым участником группы. По окончании он несколько лет работал как фрилансер, в том числе на Жана-Поля Готье, а в 1988 году открыл бренд под своим именем. Маржела никогда не показывается на публике, не дает интервью и не фотографируется. Но его огромное влияние на моду просто невозможно игнорировать. Этот человекзагадка был креативным директором Hermès с 1997 по 2003 годы. А его собственный бренд, который сейчас называется Maison Margiela, globalblue.ru

возглавляет Джон Гальяно, назначенный креативным директором в 2014 году. Раф Симонс начал свою карьеру с дизайна мебели, но Линда Лоппа убедила его переключиться на мужскую одежду. Он был креативным директором минималистского бренда женской одежды Jil Sander, затем занимал аналогичную же позицию в Christian Dior и Calvin Klein. В 1995 году он открыл бренд мужской одежды под своим именем, а в 2005 году представил диффузную линию Raf by Raf Simons со схожей эстетикой, но более доступную по цене. Симонс постоянно сотрудничает с другими брендами, и в последние годы это привело его в авангард уличной моды. Среди примечательных примеров – коллекции для Adidas, Fred Perry, Eastpak и Asics, а также датского бренда домашнего декора Kvadrat. Кроме того, его стиль повлиял на музыку и модную линию Канье Уэста Yeezy. Разносторонний талант дизайнера позволяет ему создавать и кутюр в Dior, и стритстайл в Adidas – и вдохновлять современную европейскую моду. Сегодня некоторые участники Антверпенской шестерки живут за пределами Бельгии, но их идеи продолжают влиять на моду страны. Их наследие не только развивают самостоятельные дизайнеры, но


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и активно используют бренды разных сегментов, которые многого добились в последние годы. Когда дизайн аксессуаров оказался на подъеме, бренд Komono сумел громко заявить о себе благодаря лаконичным

Сверху: Ann Demeulemeester весна-лето 2019

и функциональным часам и оправам очков, в том числе солнцезащитных, по доступным ценам. Взлет ощущают и бренды сумок: в эпоху доступной роскоши аксессуары Marvais, Ms Bay и Clio Goldbrenner заполнили нишу между


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экономичным сегментом и высокой модой, предлагая вещи по разумным ценам. В разговоре о бельгийских сумках будет преступлением не упомянуть Kipling – лидера доступных аксессуаров, который специализируется на чемоданах, рюкзаках и других сумках для путешествий. Его коллекции, востребованные во всем мире, несложно узнать по легкому, прочному и яркому нейлону. Kipling тоже был основан в Антверпене в 1980-е и внес свой вклад в золотую эру дизайна в этом городе. С 1980-х бельгийская мода

постоянно ставит под сомнение границы допустимого. И выпускники Королевской академии, и бренды здесь уверенно смотрят в будущее и создают дизайн, который предвосхищает сезонные тренды. Черпая вдохновение из молодежной культуры, музыки и технологий, бельгийские дизайнеры порой приобретают статус культовых. Принты Дриса Ван Нотена, тренчи Маржелы и практичная мужская одежда Рафа Симонса – все это убеждает в том, что эти дизайнеры диктуют тренды, а не следуют им.

47: WHEN YOU SHOP THE WORLD, SHOP TAX FREE

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‫كبري عىل موسيقى ‪ Kanye West‬وخ ّط األزياء‬ ‫الخاص به ‪.Yeezy‬‬ ‫ّ‬ ‫اليوم‪ ،‬يعيش بعض أفراد ‪Antwerp‬‬ ‫‪ Six‬خارج بلجيكا‪ ،‬لكن ما زال تأثري املجموعة‬ ‫ومفاهيمها قامئة يف البالد‪ .‬مل يعتنق إرث َها‬ ‫مص ّممون متعدّدون فحسب‪ ،‬بل تأث ّرت به أيضاً‬ ‫عدّة عالمات تجاريّة فاخرة وعاديّة وحقّقت‬ ‫الكثري يف السنوات األخرية‪.‬‬ ‫مع ازدهار مجال تصميم األكسسوارات‪،‬‬ ‫املختصة‬ ‫زاد الطلب عىل عالمة ‪Komono‬‬ ‫ّ‬ ‫بالنظارات والساعات وذلك لساعاتها البسيطة‬ ‫العمليّة وأطر نظاراتها ونظاراتها املعقولة‬ ‫املختصة بالحقائب‬ ‫السعر‪ .‬كام لحظت العالمات‬ ‫ّ‬ ‫من ّوا ً واضحاً؛ ففي زمن الفخامة املتاحة للجميع‪،‬‬ ‫سدّت عالمات األكسسوارات ‪Marvais‬‬ ‫و‪ Ms Bay‬و‪ Clio Goldbrenner‬الثغرة‬ ‫بني التصاميم الفاخرة والعاديّة وذلك بأسعار‬ ‫معقولة‪ .‬وبالحديث عن الحقائب البلجيك ّية‪ ،‬ال‬ ‫ب ّد من ذكر ‪ ،Kipling‬العالمة الجبّارة الفاخرة‬ ‫املختصة باألمتعة وحقائب الظهر وغريها من‬ ‫ّ‬ ‫الشنط‪ .‬ذاع صيتها حول العامل وتشتهر بخفّة‬ ‫وزنها وبقامشها املل ّون املستخدم يف عدّة لوازم‬ ‫تأسست‬ ‫للسفر‪ .‬وهي أيضاً من العالمات التي ّ‬ ‫يف ‪ Antwerp‬يف الثامنينات وأغنت هذه‬ ‫الحقبة الذهبيّة من التصميم يف املدينة‪.‬‬ ‫منذ الثامنينات‪ُ ،‬عرف مجال تصميم األزياء‬ ‫يف بلجيكا بكرس القواعد‪ .‬من خالل نظرته‬ ‫املستقبليّة وابتكاراته الخالقة‪ ،‬إن كان من خالل‬ ‫عالمات تجاريّة أو عرب خريجي ‪Antwerp’s‬‬ ‫‪ ،Royal Academy of Fine Arts‬متيّز‬ ‫بتصاميم تتخطّى موضة املوسم بأشواط‪.‬‬ ‫يستوحي مص ّممو األزياء البلجيكيّون من ثقافة‬ ‫الشباب واملوسيقى والتكنولوجيا وغالباً ما‬ ‫خاصة بهم‪ .‬نظرا ً البتكارات‬ ‫يخلقون أساليب ّ‬

‫استثنائيّة عىل سبيل نقوش ‪Dries Van‬‬ ‫‪ Noten‬ومعطف ‪ Margiela‬املقاوم للامء‬ ‫ومالبس ‪ Raf Simons‬الرجاليّة العمليّة‪ ،‬من‬ ‫الواضح أ ّن مص ّممي األزياء يف بلجيكا يصنعون‬ ‫املوضة بدالً من تت ّبعها‪.‬‬

‫‪WHEN YOU SHOP‬‬ ‫‪THE WORLD, SHOP‬‬ ‫‪TAX FREE: 47‬‬ ‫عندما تتس ّوق حول العامل‪،‬‬ ‫تس ّوق من دون دفع الرضيبة‬ ‫تقدّم لك غلوبل بلو ‪ Global Blue‬خدمة‬ ‫التس ّوق من دون دفع الرضيبة ‪ Tax Free‬لتدّخر‬ ‫املال لدى تس ّوقك يف أكرث من ‪ 300,000‬متجر يف‬ ‫أبرز مناطق التس ّوق حول العامل‪.‬‬ ‫فل َم ال تنض ّم إىل الـ ‪ 26‬مليون مسافر الذين‬ ‫يتس ّوقون من دون دفع الرضيبة من خالل غلوبل‬ ‫كل سنة؟ ما عليك إال أن‬ ‫بلو ‪ّ Global Blue‬‬ ‫تبحث عن النجمة الزرقاء أو تسأل عن غلوبل بلو‬ ‫‪ Global Blue‬وتتبع خطواتنا السهلة‪.‬‬ ‫‪ .1‬تس ّوق‬ ‫أينام تس ّوقت‪ ،‬أطلب الحصول عىل طلب اس’داد‬ ‫الخاص بغلوبل بلو ‪Global Blue‬‬ ‫الرضيبة ّ‬ ‫وتذكّر أن تحتفظ باإليصاالت‪.‬‬ ‫‪ .2‬أطلب‬ ‫يف طريق العودة إىل وطنك‪ ،‬أقصد مكتب الجامرك‬ ‫عند نقطة املغادرة لتتم املصادقة عىل إيصاالتك‬ ‫قبل قبض االس’داد من أحد مكاتب االس’داد‬ ‫الخاصة بنا‪.‬‬ ‫ّ‬ ‫لالتّصال‪:‬‬

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‫مثن مش’ياتك‪ .‬يشمل مبلغ االس’داد النهايئ الذي‬ ‫ستحصل عليه مجموع الرضيبة عىل القيمة املضافة‬ ‫ناقص رسم إداري‪ .‬يف بعض املطارات‪ ،‬يُفرض رسم‬ ‫خدمة نقدي عىل كل طلب اس’داد رضيبة يف حال‬ ‫رغبت بالحصول عىل اس’داد فوري نقدي‪.‬‬

‫يف األعىل‪ :‬حقيبة ‪Kipling‬‬


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‫ترجمة باللغة‬ ‫العرب ّية‬

‫‪CUTTING-EDGE : 24‬‬ ‫‪CREATIONS‬‬ ‫ابتكارات خالقة‬ ‫كان ملجموعة املص ّممني املبدعة ‪Antwerp‬‬ ‫‪ Six‬أث ٌر كبري يف الثامنينات وما زال إرثها ح ّياً‬ ‫حتّى اآلن‪ .‬تسلّط ‪Rebecca Rhys-Evans‬‬ ‫الضوء عىل ر ّواد املوضة يف بلجيكا اليوم‪ ،‬من‬ ‫‪ Raf Simons‬إىل عالمة الحقائب الشهرية‬ ‫‪Kipling‬‬

‫تسيطر ميالنو وباريس ولندن عىل املوضة‬ ‫األوروب ّية لدرج ٍة ننىس فيها عالقة بلجيكا‬ ‫العريقة بعامل األناقة‪ .‬لكن الواقع أنّها صنعت‬ ‫عرب السنوات بعض أبرز أساطري املوضة‪.‬‬ ‫‪Antwerp’s Royal Academy of Fine‬‬ ‫‪ Arts‬هي من أرقى كليّات الفنون يف العامل‬ ‫(تأسست سنة ‪ .)1663‬صقل‬ ‫وأقدمها يف أوروبا ّ‬ ‫قسم األزياء فيها موهبة ستّة من أبرز املص ّممني‬ ‫يف بلجيكا وهم أعضاء مجموعة ‪Antwerp‬‬ ‫‪ .Six‬وقد علّمتهم رئيسة القسم ‪Linda‬‬ ‫‪ Loppa‬بنفسها وهم ‪Dries Van Noten :‬‬ ‫و‪ Ann Demeulemeester‬و‪Dirk van‬‬ ‫‪ Saene‬و‪Walter Van Beirendonck‬‬ ‫و‪ Dirk Bikkembergs‬و‪.Marina Yee‬‬ ‫تخ ّرجوا بني سنتي ‪ 1980‬و‪ 1981‬وكان لهم‬ ‫تأثري كبري عىل عامل األزياء بعد أن عرضوا‬ ‫مجموعاتهم يف أسبوع لندن للموضة سنة‬ ‫‪.1988‬‬ ‫تغريت‬ ‫بفضل رؤيتهم كمجموعة وأفراد‪ّ ،‬‬ ‫شُ هرة بلجيكا باألزياء واالبتكار‪ .‬رفعت‬ ‫وغريت قواعد اللّعبة‬ ‫مجموعاتهم املعايري ّ‬ ‫فبدّلت األذواق وقدّمت أسلوباً جديدا ً مل يسبق‬ ‫كل واحد منهم يطلق عالمته‬ ‫له مثيل‪ .‬وراح ّ‬ ‫وربا أشهرهم ‪Dries Van‬‬ ‫التي تحمل إسمه ّ‬ ‫‪ Noten‬و‪ Ann Demeulemeester‬كام‬ ‫ص ّمم ‪ Walter Van Beirendockalso‬أزياء‬ ‫لبعض الفرق وأشهرها ‪.U2‬‬ ‫يعمل أعضاء ‪ Antwerp Six‬اليوم يف‬ ‫‪globalblue.com‬‬

‫بقا ِع مختلفة حول العامل وقد تركوا بصمتهم‬ ‫يف املجال االبتكاري يف بلجيكا وم ّهدوا الطريق‬ ‫لغريهم من املص ّممني والعالمات التجاريّة‪.‬‬ ‫نتيج ًة لذلك أرتاد كليّة ‪Antwerp’s Royal‬‬ ‫‪ Academy of Fine Arts‬ف ّنانون ومبدعون‬ ‫من داخل بلجيكا وخارجها‪ .‬من أبرز خ ّريجيها‬ ‫‪ Martin Margiela‬و‪Demna Gvasalia‬‬ ‫و‪ .Haider Ackermann‬كام تلقّى املص ّمم‬ ‫العصامي ‪ Raf Simons‬التشجيع الكبري من‬ ‫‪.Linda Loppa‬‬ ‫تجدر اإلشارة إىل أ ّن ‪Martin Margiela‬‬ ‫تلقّى دروسه يف الكليّة قبل مجموعة‬ ‫‪ Antwerp Six‬وغالباً ما يُعترب العضو الفخري‬ ‫السابع فيها‪ .‬لدى تخ ّرجه‪ ،‬عمل لحسابه الخاص‬ ‫لبضع سنوات‪ ،‬با فيها فرتة لدى ‪Jean Paul‬‬ ‫‪ ،Gaultier‬قبل أن يطلق عالمته التي تحمل‬ ‫إسمه سنة ‪ .1988‬حرص ‪ Margiela‬عىل أن‬ ‫يظل بعيدا ً عن األضواء‪ ،‬فلم ِ‬ ‫يعط أي حديث أو‬ ‫ّ‬ ‫صورة لوسائل اإلعالم وبَ ِق َي متخفّياً بالرغم من‬ ‫نجاحاته الكربى‪ .‬وشغل رجل األزياء الغامض‬ ‫هذا‪ ،‬منصب مدير االبتكار لدى دار ‪Hermès‬‬ ‫بني عامي ‪ 1997‬و‪ .2003‬واليوم‪ ،‬تُعرف‬ ‫العالمة باسم ‪ ،Maison Margiela‬يرتأّسها‬ ‫‪ John n Galliano‬الذي ُع ّني مديرا ً ابتكاريّاً‬ ‫سنة ‪.2014‬‬ ‫أ ّما ‪ ،Raf Simons‬فبدأ مسريته كمص ّمم‬ ‫أثاث‪ ،‬لكن بتشجيع من ‪ ،Linda Loppa‬بات‬ ‫مص ّمم مالبس رجال ّية بجهد شخيص‪ .‬إنّه املدير‬ ‫املختصة باملالبس‬ ‫االبتكاري لعالمة ‪Jil Sander‬‬ ‫ّ‬ ‫النسائيّة البسيطة وقد شغل املنصب نفسه لدى‬ ‫‪ Chritian Dior‬و‪ّ .Calvin Klein‬أسس‬ ‫واملختصة باملالبس‬ ‫عالمته التي تحمل إسمه‬ ‫ّ‬ ‫الرجاليّة سنة ‪ 1995‬ويف العام ‪ ،2005‬ت ّم‬ ‫إطالق ‪ Raf by Raf Simons‬كخ ّط ثانوي‬ ‫أقل‪.‬‬ ‫يتمتّع باألسلوب نفسه لكن بأسعار ّ‬ ‫تعاون املص ّمم مع أسامء عدّة‪ ،‬وصل‬ ‫بفضلها مؤخرا ً إىل واجهة أزياء الشارع‬ ‫الع’يّة؛ من أبرزها ‪ Adidas‬و‪Fred‬‬ ‫‪ Perry‬و‪ Eastpak‬و‪ Asics‬باإلضافة إىل‬ ‫املختصة باألغراض املنزل ّية‬ ‫العالمة الدمنارك ّية‬ ‫ّ‬ ‫‪ .Kvadrat‬يُعرف ‪ Raf Simons‬بقدرته عىل‬ ‫التغيري؛ انتقل من األزياء الراقية لدى ‪Dior‬‬ ‫إىل مالبس الشارع مع ‪ ،Adidas‬يقدّم تصاميم‬ ‫أزياء أوروبيّة ع’يّة ملهمة وقد كان له تأثري‬


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different element. The result for the spring/summer 2019 collection is pieces of jewellery that defy convention and are bound to make a statement wherever they are worn. The pictured earrings feature freshwater pearls and semi-precious stones set in gold, making them a perfectly modern addition to any ensemble. lt Wouters & Hendrix earrings, â‚Ź475, Wouters & Hendrix, Steenhouwersvest 52, 2000 Antwerp, +32 (0)3 231 6242, wouters-hendrix.com FOR MAP GO TO PAGE 40


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