This new shop in Antwerp unites Belgian labels and international discoveries. The overarching theme is slow fashion. Inspiration behind Ramona Stoica will also have her own label, Bright sell.
Antwerp is a new shop richer. The concept store Ramòn put both small-scale, Belgian brands and international discoveries in the viewer. Manager Ramona Stoica put full belief in sustainability and slow fashion. She started in 2016, her own label, Bright, durable and one hundred percent Belgian brand that they will sell in her store.
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“I continue to believe in a future where fashion labels to their responsibilities and also consumers understand that they indeed can make a difference. Because sustainability plays in different ways. That covers both the purchase of less pieces, if it is to have an eye for materials and substances”, explains the manager.
For the new collection of Bright, she found inspiration in the color of ‘Midnight Gardens’. That resulted in a small collection with unique pieces that are both feminine as tough.
In addition to Clear has Ramòn a fixed range of labels, on a monthly basis to be supplemented by discoveries from home and abroad. In the new concept store, you can include pieces of Eline Van Ree, Giul knitwear, Catalina J., Johny be good, and Jasmien Witvrouwen.
Open from Saturday 26/01
Leopoldstraat 19, 2000 Antwerp
Tuesday – Saturday: 11 – 17.45
Every first Sunday: 13 – 18 hours
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