No Concept Market

Posted by Bruxelles la Belle on April 18, 2012 in Clothes, Eat, Homeware, Shoes, Uccle |

I’m a big fan of the No Concept fashion stores, because of their great selection of brands and clothes. The team opened a new shop in Uccle, including a little eatery and space for home decoration, on top of their ever-so-large range of clothes.

The shop opened a couple of weeks ago, but it took me a while to get there as it’s located in an area I rarely visit. But I finally made it!

I loved the entrance door. Might sound silly, but you actually have to pull down a handle to open the big glass door, rather than walking through an open door or waiting for the automatic ones to slide open. First thing you noticed is the eatery, where you can sit down for breakfast, lunch or afternoon cake. They serve salads, sandwiches and cupcakes, typical girl food! One wall of the eatery is dedicated to a selection of tea, jams, coffee syrups (by Monin) in all flavours etc, perfect if you’d like to play fancy tearoom in your own kitchen.

It’s only a few steps from the eatery to the clothes section, where you’ll find some great brands together: Zadig & Voltaire, Bel Air, MiH, McQ by Alexander McQueen, American Vintage, Iro (and more)… and also some shoes by Marc by Marc Jacobs. The style of the items picked is the same as you’ll find in the other No Concept stores: a mix of great basics and more edgy/rock & roll pieces. Perfect!

The last room of the shop is dedicated to your interior. Plates, glasses, mugs, candles and the like.

I was tempted by many things, but left the shop empty-handed (mainly because I’m under a self-imposed shopping ban). On my No Concept Market wish list: the red paprika jam from the eatery and the blue Bel Air jumper with golden elbow pads.

Look for No Concept on Facebook to stay updated on the new collection and the events.

Note: picture was taken from the No Concept Facebook page.

1449, Chaussée de Waterloo, open every day but Sunday between 10.30-18.30, eatery opens at 08.00


1 Comment

  • […] The shop has been open since the start of 2013, but I never made it there until recently. It’s located in Fort Jaco, an area not usually on my ‘wander about’ path. But it’s a good idea to venture out there every now and then, and visit Freshlab for instance (also, located straight across from No Concept Market). […]

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