Announcement: Amsterdam, March 14th 2020
Due to recent developments relating to COVID-19 here in The Netherlands, we have made the decision to close our Amsterdam Fitting Room until further notice. The well-being of our ambassadors, customers, and community is our main priority, which is why we are choosing to take this important step in the interest of public safety.
Sometimes you just want to enjoy the experience of touching, feeling and trying on before you buy. Especially when investing in high-quality items such as:
- 👟 Leather Sneakers
- 👜 Leather Bags
- 🧣 Cashmere Scarves & Throws
- 👒 Toquilla Hats
- 👖 Selvedge Jeans
- 🎁 Gifts
We didn't want to open a 'store' but create a unique, highly curated physical space which resembled a modern and sophisticated living room. Add to that a relaxed, homely atmosphere, coffee and tea on tap and finish the experience with a knowledgable friendly face. By offering viewings by appointment you can be sure of dedicated and private experience in a warm and friendly environment.
"We had a clear idea before we opened our first physical space, of what we wanted it to represent." Lise Bonnet, co-founder
The execution of our vision resulted in our first fitting room opening in 2018, in the heart of the old canal district of Amsterdam. We are conveniently located in 'De 9 Straatjes' shopping neighbourhood of Amsterdam. The 9 streets are internationally known as nine cosy and picturesque shopping streets. 3 × 3 little streets in the middle of the World Heritage Canal Belt. Just a minute behind the Palace on Dam Square and nestled between Singel, Herengracht, Keizersgracht and the Prinsengracht royal canals.
This delightful neighbourhood is brimming with unique shops, charming eateries and great ambience. Our location on the Prinsengracht is in close proximity to an array of high-quality hotels such as The Pulitzer, The Dylan, Andaz, Waldorf Astoria, Canal House, and W Hotel, meaning you won't have to walk far, to find us.
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Monday - Sunday
Closed due to Covid-19