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Belgium is known for the Antwerp Design Academy, which produces many new designers brimming with innovation and diverse perspectives. Here are some key Belgian designers who should be on your radar.
Diane Von Fürstenberg
Belgian fashion designer Diane von Fürstenberg founded her line in 1972 and has since become a global phenomenon. Styles are celebrated for their bold and creative approach to color and print, and all looks bring a sense of sensual femininity and sophistication. Fürstenberg is known for her iconic wrap dress, which can be found in the Costume Institute of the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Her collection now offers many accessories to pair with outfits.
Olivier Strelli’s clothing brings about sophisticated confidence. The Belgian designer’s label focuses on the coexistence between casualwear and suits. Strelli aims to show men that fashion can be fun and stress-free. With effortless, chic, and fresh ideas, get ready to jetset in style, as your looks encompass the perfect cut with refined details.
Elvis Pompilio has a specific piece of fashion in mind: hats. His work has even been shown in Dior and Valentino fashion shows. Pompilio’s hats can be worn for a variety of occasions, from avant-garde weddings to work in the office.
This company is founded on couture heritage with the athletic world. A sense of masculinity is brought to most looks, and this line offers clothing for men, women, and children as well as an outerwear collection.
Sarah Pacini aims to capture the attention of women around the world with innovative and distinctive style. She believes clothing should reflect the soul. Many garments are knitwear, weaving colors that usher in feminine vibes. Sarah Pacini continues to push the boundary with high standards and minimalistic styles. After all, fashion is the art of life.
MAD, Home of Creators
MAD is all about the future of design and fashion. It’s located in Brussels and is specifically designed to the uniqueness of everyone who wears its clothing. MAD invites you to participate in a global conversation about fashion and style, believing that what we wear is so much more than the individual person.
Starting in 2016 with her FashTech design company, Jasna Rok combined advanced technologies with innovative fashion. She has made interactive collections such as “fashion on Brainwaves” and is known for her high-end work in how clothing meets the world of business. Rok is greatly inspired by how clothing will look in the future, and she believes the sky is the limit!