The Fashion Awards recognize and celebrate talent and creativity within the Belgian fashion community

21 november | Handelsbeurs | Antwerp

Since 2017, the ‘Belgian Fashion Awards’ are organised every year by Flanders DC, MAD Brussels, WBDM, Knack Weekend and Le Vif Weekend. These awards were established in order to turn the spotlight on the reputation, creativity and diversity of Belgian fashion, both on a national and international level. Our aim is to also showcase less well-known names and the talent behind the scenes. Every year, the awards are an occasion to celebrate Belgian fashion, meet people and strengthen bonds within the creative sector. We show the world that Belgian fashion stands for independence, personality and sustainability. In the world of fashion, we are known to be surrealist, modest, hardworking, avant-garde and no-nonsense. Belgian fashion lets the work speak for itself. During the awards, we set our modesty aside and promote Belgian fashion.

Belgian
Fashion
Awards

The Fashion Awards recognize and celebrate talent and creativity within the Belgian fashion community

The Jury Prize

rewards a Belgian designer or a designer working for a Belgian fashion house. The work in one’s own name or for a fashion house wins over the jury. This prize honours the career path of the designer. Nominations are by the members of the Official Jury.

Professional of the year

is awarded to a Belgian professional in the fashion sector, with the exception of designers, who has been noteworthy during the past 12 months.

Emerging talent of the year

is assigned to young talent or a Belgian label active in Belgium with a strong concept or great creativity. The winner must have been active in the professional milieu with his or her own collection for a maximum of 3 years. The winner receives a cash prize of € 5,000.

Fashion brand of the year

is an audience award for which Belgian brands can apply. The general public can choose their favourite via www.belgianfashionawards.be from a final selection of 10 Belgian brands carefully selected by a professional jury. The brand with the most votes wins the audience award.

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Designer of the year

is awarded to a Belgian designer working in Belgium whose work in his or her own name or for a fashion house impressed the jury during the past 12 months.

Entrepreneur of the year

is awarded to a committed entrepreneur active in the Belgian fashion sector who has provided clear added value during the past year. Manufacturers and retailers do not belong to this category.

Most promising graduate

is awarded to an alumnus of a Belgian fashion school who graduated in June of the previous academic year. Belgian schools belonging to this category are: Royal Academy of Antwerp, La Cambre, SASK, KASK, HE Francisco Ferrer, Helmo Mode, Château Massart Mode.

Belgian
Fashion
Awards

The Fashion Awards recognize and celebrate talent and creativity within the Belgian fashion community

The Jury Prize

rewards a Belgian designer or a designer working for a Belgian fashion house. The work in one’s own name or for a fashion house wins over the jury. This prize honours the career path of the designer. Nominations are by the members of the Official Jury.

Professional of the year

is awarded to a Belgian professional in the fashion sector, with the exception of designers, who has been noteworthy during the past 12 months.

Emerging talent of the year

is assigned to young talent or a Belgian label active in Belgium with a strong concept or great creativity. The winner must have been active in the professional milieu with his or her own collection for a maximum of 3 years. The winner receives a cash prize of € 5,000.

Fashion brand of the year

is an audience award for which Belgian brands can apply. The general public can choose their favourite via www.belgianfashionawards.be from a final selection of 10 Belgian brands carefully selected by a professional jury. The brand with the most votes wins the audience award.

Vote now

Designer of the year

is awarded to a Belgian designer working in Belgium whose work in his or her own name or for a fashion house impressed the jury during the past 12 months.

Entrepreneur of the year

is awarded to a committed entrepreneur active in the Belgian fashion sector who has provided clear added value during the past year. Manufacturers and retailers do not belong to this category.

Most promising graduate

is awarded to an alumnus of a Belgian fashion school who graduated in June of the previous academic year. Belgian schools belonging to this category are: Royal Academy of Antwerp, La Cambre, SASK, KASK, HE Francisco Ferrer, Helmo Mode, Château Massart Mode.

Nominees
Belgian
fashion
Awards

Designer
of the year:

Belgian designer or designer living in Belgium, whose work in her/his own name or for a fashion house has impressed the jury over the past 12 months.

WOUTERS & HENDRIX

Wouters & Hendrix have been transforming their creative fantasy into pure gold since 2007. By working with this noble metal, they have evolved towards the expression of more personal, serene forms that radiate timeless beauty. Their creations are entirely detached from the whims of fashion and characterized by an innate sense of poetry and an intense love of beauty. Their elegant and refined collections testify to their mastery of silversmithing.Wouters & Hendrix have been transforming their creative fantasy into gold since 2007. Their creations are detached from the whims of fashion and characterized by a sense of poetry and a love of beauty. Their elegant and refined collections testify to their mastery of silversmithing.

+ Exists for over 30 years.
+ Exhibition in DIVA (The Antwerp Diamond Museum).
+ Development & opening flaghipstore in Amsterdam.

CHRISTIAN WIJNANTS

Christian Wijnants is an Antwerp-based fashion designer. Christian launched his eponymous label in 2003. Rich, layered graphics and fresh colors translated into eloquent knitwear offer a play of authenticity and luxury that has won him the 2013 International Woolmark Prize, the 2006 ANDAM Award, and the 2005 Swiss Textiles Award.Christian Wijnants is an Antwerp-based designer. He launched his eponymous label in 2003. Rich graphics and fresh colors translated into knitwear offer a play of authenticity and luxury that has won him the 2013 Woolmark Prize, the 2006 ANDAM Award, and the 2005 Swiss Textiles Award.

+ Apart from womenswear, Christian Wijnants has launched a men’s knitwear collection and shoe collection.
+ Growing international business following his own path and aesthetic.
+ Popup Le Bon Marché.

CAROLINE BOSMANS

Caroline Bosmans is a stylish children’s fashion brand from Belgium. The brand was created by Caroline Bosmans, a mother of four who loves to design clothing with edgy graphics and bold prints. The collection consists of clothing for children ages 2 – 18 years. The styles often include humorous elements and follow a theme.  All of the clothes are made with quality, comfortable fabrics, and are unisex.Caroline Bosmans, a mother of four, designs children’s clothing with edgy graphics and bold prints. The styles often include humorous elements. All of the clothes are made with quality, comfortable fabrics, and are unisex.

+ Ever strong image and offering.
+ Worldwide following and points of sale, especially in Asia.
+ Launch Bo(y)smans collection: www.boysmans.com

CARINE GILSON

Like the Garden of Eden, the emblematic place of the maison, the universe of the Carine Gilson Couture Lingerie collections is constantly changing and being renewed according to the seasons, creating an effect of surprise, inspiration and temptation. Desirable and immediately indispensable parts! At the heart of this dream factory lies a unique philosophy of authentic and exclusive luxury. Each piece is unique. Made by craftsmen with exceptional craftsmanship and made in the House’s Brussels workshops, a Carine Gilson Couture Lingerie creation is recognizable at first glance by the strength of the look it exudes. This is explained by the fact that it creates a surprising combination of extreme preciousness and purity. Precision of materials and style purity. A beautiful creation must be measured.At the heart of Carine Gilson Couture Lingerie lies a unique philosophy of authentic and exclusive luxury. Each piece is unique. Made in the House’s Brussels workshops, a Gilson creation is recognizable by the combination of preciousness and purity. Precision of materials and style.

+ 30th Anniversary this year
+ Exhibition at Musée Mode et Dentelle
+ book publication

website:CARINE GILSON.

Facebook:/CARINE GILSON

instagram: @CARINE GILSON

OLIVIER THEYSKENS

Olivier Theyskens created his own label in 1997. His first collections were contemporaneously described as gothic extravaganzas.Without sufficient financial support, he was forced to close his label. Rochas appointed Theyskens as its creative director in 2002. He became artistic director of Nina Ricci in 2006. He took the creative direction of Theory’s new upscale contemporary line Theysken’s Theory, which he left in 2014. In 2016 he relaunched his eponymous brand with a out-of-the-blue comeback show at Paris Fashion Week in September.Olivier Theyskens created his own label in 1997. His collections were described as gothic extravaganzas. He had to close his label due to financial issues. He became creative director of Rochas in 2002, Nina Ricci in 2006 and Theysken’s Theory in 2010. In 2016 he relaunched his brand.

+ Exhibition in Calais.
+ New offices in Paris.
+ New financial injection.

Nominees
Belgian
fashion
Awards

Professional
of the year:

A professional of the fashion industry whose work has been particularly remarkable in the last 12 months but who is not a designer (stylist, photographer, artist, model)

UBER AND KOSHER

Uber and Kosher is an Antwerp-based art direction studio of the Limburgers Martijn Vogelaers and Deborah Bloemen, with a wide range of disciplines: art direction, concept design, identity design, artwork, styling, graphic design for print/web/apparel and consultancy for the fashion, music, art and film industries. Since 2002 they have been doing production and styling for various magazines, newspapers, television and other projects. Their work is published in books and magazines internationally.Uber & Kosher is the art direction studio of Martijn Vogelaers and Deborah Bloemen, with a range of disciplines: art direction, concept and identity design, styling, graphic design and consultancy for the fashion, music, art and film industries. Their work is published internationally.

+ Visual art studio.
+ Alyx, Helmut Lang, Hugo Boss, etc. as clients.
+ Development of artwork, styling, etc.

PIERRE DEBUSSCHERE

Belgian artist Pierre Debusschere was coveted by the fashion world at an early age. He began by photographing and filming the backstages of the fashion shows in Paris and London. Through his offbeat perspective and the experimental digital techniques he has developed, Pierre stands out from the crowd. He produced editorials for international fashion magazines, collaborating with well-known brands: Raf Simons, Delvaux, Dior, Louis Vuitton, Adidas, Nike,… He also directed two clips for Beyoncé and Alicia Keys. In 2013, he directed his first personal film: ‘I Know Simply That The Sky Will Last Longer Than I’.Debusschere began by photographing and filming backstage at fashion shows. He stands out through his offbeat perspective and his experimental digital techniques. He produced editorials for magazines, collaborating with brands like Vuitton. He directed clips for Beyoncé and Alicia Keys.

+ Photographer (beauty, fashion, art, advertising, films)
+ Exhibition ‘UNcovered’ and international book launch at MAD and in Tokyo.
+ Has co-founded 254 Forest, a place that hosts a creative collective of talents.

TOM VAN DORPE

Born in Belgium, Tom Van Dorpe studied Visual Arts at the Saint Lucas Academy before launching his career in Paris. In 2008, Van Dorpe moved to New York as fashion editor for V Magazine and V Man, where he continues today as a contributing editor. Consulting for clients between Europe and the US, Van Dorpe styles collections, runway shows, advertising campaigns while also developing creative brand strategies.Van Dorpe studied Visual Arts at the Saint Lucas Academy. In 2008, he moved to New York as fashion editor for V Magazine and V Man. Van Dorpe styles collections, shows and campaigns while also developing creative brand strategies. In 2019 he launched the scouting agency Noah Mgmt.

+ Stylist on an international level.
+ Collaboration with Rihanna to build her brand Fenty / Savage X Fenty.
+ Does editorial work besides his work for brands.
+ Strong background in scouting.

website:TOM VAN DORPE.be

Facebook:TOM VAN DORPE

instagram: @TOM VAN DORPE

BENOIT BETHUME

As a very young graduate of La Cambre Mode, Benoit Béthume quickly took a step back from pure creation to focus on image and brand identity. First as an editor for several magazines, he quickly became a consultant for Belgian and international companies such as Véronique Leroy, Nina Ricci, Petit Bateau, Prada, Carven or
Guillaume Henry. His role consists in analyzing a collection to create looks for a fashion show or photo shoot. It must provide a concrete interpretation of the collections to facilitate their understanding by the public of a fashion show or the customers of the shops.
As a La Cambre graduate, Benoit Béthume quickly took a step back from creation to focus on image and brand identity. He became a consultant for Belgian and international companies such as Véronique Leroy and Prada. His role consists in providing a concrete interpretation of collections.

+ Fashion editor.
+ Artistic director visuals Patou.
+ Worked for Prada, Memoires universelles, IFM Paris, etc.

website:BENOIT BETHUME.be

Facebook:BENOIT BETHUME

instagram: @BENOIT BETHUME

Nominees
Belgian
fashion
Awards

Entrepreneur
of the year:

An entrepreneur within the Belgian fashion sector who’s known for a (or more) succesful realisation and has a strong added value to her/his field over the past year.

Inge Onsea & Esfan Eghtessadi

Inge Onsea and Esfan Eghtessadi’s joint adventure in fashion started off with an idea that was as simple as it was essential. The collection was launched from the young couple’s apartment with four styles of T-shirts which were available in 20 different colors. The T-shirts sold like hot cakes. Essentiel was born. Inge now leads the design team with a huge amount of positive energy, injecting fashion and style. She travels the world for inspiration, but remains deeply rooted in Antwerp. Esfan combines his passionate involvement with the product with innate business intuition. He is now focused on the international expansion of the brand.Inge Onsea and Esfan Eghtessadi’s joint adventure in fashion started off with a collection of four styles of T-shirts available in 20 different colors. Inge leads the design team. Esfan takes care of the business side. He is now focused on the international expansion of the brand.

+ Growing business with the opening of their first London store.
+ Important presence in Asia.
+ Launch shoe collection with Virginie Morobé.

website:Essentiel.be

Facebook:Essentiel

instagram: @Essentiel

FLORENCE COOLS & ARTUR TADEVOSIAN

As a young fashion enthusiast, Florence Cools has the art of finding new brands full of energy. Fascinated by the chic city style of major cities she and her partner, Artur Tadevosian, select brands that you will not find elsewhere. Enough to seduce all fans of originality. With this shop, ideal for finding a basic, a chic must-have or sophisticated accessories, Damoy confirms Antwerp’s reputation as a fashion Mecca.Florence Cools has the art of finding new brands full of energy. Fascinated by the chic city style of major cities she and her partner, Artur Tadevosian, select brands that you will not find elsewhere. With this shop, Damoy confirms Antwerp’s reputation as a fashion Mecca.

+ They grew their business in 7 years to a successful store on Antwerp.
+ Adding a sales agency in Antwerp and Paris.
+ Adding an own brand and starting up their own logistics business with a super small team.

Patrick Van Heurck & Frederic Vitré

Patrick Van Heurck and Frederic Vitre are the founders of Bellerose. Designed in Belgium since 1989, Bellerose offers casual fashion clothing for men, women & children.  Born from a passion for authentic, its products reflect the style and requirements of those who are cosmopolitan, urban and informal. The company is presented in Belgium and abroad through its own flagship stores and a network of high-quality multi-brand partners.Patrick Van Heurck and Frederic Vitré are the founders of Bellerose. Designed in Belgium since 1989, Bellerose offers casual fashion clothing for men, women & children. Born from a passion for authentic, its products reflect the style of those who are cosmopolitan, urban and informal.

+ Exists for over 20 years.
+ Global distribution.
+ Sales of LRNCE.
+ Top webshop including size tool.

website:Bellerose.be

Facebook:Bellerose

instagram: @Bellerose

SOFIE D’HOORE AND CHANTAL SPAAS

Belgium designer Sofie D’Hoore was born and raised in Antwerp. She started at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Antwerp, followed by the study Textile Engineering in Gent. She started building her own brand in 1992. Nowadays the talented designer has earned good reputation amongst fashion lovers. Her love for pure and simple clothing has brought her to the top of the Belgian fashion world. Sofie is constantly looking for development in terms of fit, color, and execution. She works with natural materials. Sofie’s goal is to make clothes in which you can move freely. She describes her own collectionas uncomplicated; sophisticated styles that level with today’s busy life.Designer Sofie D’Hoore started building her own brand in 1992. Sofie is constantly looking for development in terms of fit, color, and execution. Her goal is to make clothes in which you can move freely. She describes her own collections uncomplicated.

+ Exists for over 30 years.
+ Great commercial development globally.

VALERIE BERCKMANS

In her studio/shop on the Van Arteveldestraat, Valérie Berckmans, a Brussels stylist, has been designing a clothing line for women since 2006 in a graphic and minimalist style that evokes femininity. Every piece that comes from her studio is carefully made with fair trade materials, coming from organic agriculture or alternative raw materials that evoke a traditional atmosphere. An exclusively local production in Belgian and French workshops producing zero-waste, ladies’ sweaters with new stylistic perspectives in a children’s collection.Every piece that comes from Berckmans’s studio is made with fair trade materials, coming from organic agriculture or alternative raw materials. A local production in Belgian and French workshops producing zero-waste, ladies’ sweaters with new perspectives in a children’s collection.

+ Turning each year more sustainable (organic fabrics, local production - #wemadeyourclothes,
zero waste...)
+ The brand was created 15 years ago and her shop in Dansaert has been thriving for 12 years.

Nominees
Belgian
fashion
Awards

Emerging talent
of the year:

A young Belgian talent, Belgian label or designer installed in Belgium that shows a strong concept or a great creativity (own collection since max 3 years).

INDEE

Indee, one single echo/one single resounding sound: independence. This is the message the Belgian designer duo behind Indee wants to transmit to today’s teenage girls. The brand’s name refers to a new generation of independant young girls who want to dress exactly how they feel. The two designers have elaborated their project in constant interaction with them. Indee is that little phrase any young girl should get to hear: clothing should be about fun. By blending influences, colours and prints, the brand aims to surprise girls by suggesting styles and combinations they might not have thought of themselves. In short, Indee wants to surprise them but also help them surprise themselves by discovering their own individuality and uniqueness.The brand’s name refers to a new generation of independant young girls who want to dress how they feel. By blending influences, colours and prints, the two designers behind the brand aim to surprise girls by suggesting styles and combinations they might not have thought of themselves.

+ A brand for girls 8-18 years.
+ Excellent development in Belgium and abroad.
+ Strong communication.

website:INDEE.be

Facebook:INDEE

instagram: @INDEE

TEMPLA

Templa is a luxury outdoor performance brand, specialising in alpine and urban outerwear, that fuses a contemporary aesthetic with technical innovation for the fashion conscious outdoor adventurer. Comprising a futuristic tone; each style is meticulously engineered with uncompromising detail and luxury craftsmanship that challenge the conventional boundaries of garment construction.Templa is an outdoor brand, specialising in alpine and urban outerwear, that fuses a contemporary aesthetic with technical innovation. Comprising a futuristic tone; each style is engineered with detail and luxury craftsmanship that challenge the boundaries of garment construction.

+ Luxury outdoor brand sold at top sales channels as Selfridges, Joyce HK, Net-a-Porter, Barneys, etc.
+ Launched collab with Raf Simons, modelled by A$AP Rocky.

website:TEMPLA.be

Facebook:TEMPLA

instagram: @TEMPLA

SARAH LEVY

After graduating from the Institut Supérieur d’Architecture in 2006, Sarah approached this profession as a wide disciplinary field ranging from curating exhibitions. During this period she developed a personal approach, both theoretical and practical, straddling the disciplines of architecture and design. Since 2016 she engaged herself in a reflection on the uses of accessory within the Accessories Master proposed by ENSAV La Cambre. With her first collection «Creatures of Habit» she is having fun with our contemporary habits, which she materializes under the form of accesories, half-glove and half-leather goods. Since 2018, she works as a freelance accessory designer.Sarah Levy studied at the Institut Supérieur d’Architecture and ENSAV La Cambre. With her first collection «Creatures of Habit» she is having fun with our contemporary habits, which she materializes under the form of accesories. Since 2018, she works as a freelance accessory designer.

+ Masters degree in Architecture & Masters Accessories La Cambre Mode(s).
+ Won the Public Prize in Hyères 2019 for her sociological reflection and the declination in accessories.

website:SARAH LEVY.be

Facebook:SARAH LEVY

instagram: @SARAH LEVY

BERNADETTE

Bernadette is a luxury ready-to-wear label based in Antwerp by mother and daughter Bernadette and Charlotte De Geyter. Their collections are defined by easy-to-wear silk dresses and refreshing prints, designed exclusively in-house. A love for nature and the arts are leitmotifs that run through Bernadette’s aesthetic. Ultrafeminine, metropolitan glamour is juxtaposed with a poetic vision of a life somewhere remote and paradisal. Clean lines add a graceful note to the label’s sober silhouettes while colourful floral prints echo a timeless and free-spirited allure.BERNADETTE is a luxury label by mother and daughter Bernadette and Charlotte De Geyter. Their collections are defined by easy-to-wear silk dresses and refreshing prints, designed in-house. Ultrafeminine, metropolitan glamour is juxtaposed with a poetic vision of a life somewhere remote.

+ Growing business, has had a hit first season on Net-a-Porter and expanding to Browns and Selfridges.
+ Striking press attention with interviews in The Guardian, Vogue, etc.

website:BERNADETTE.be

Facebook:BERNADETTE

instagram: @BERNADETTE

NAMACHEKO

Brother-and-sister duo Dilan and Lezar Lurr are the designers behind luxury menswear label Namacheko launched in 2017. Born in Iraqi Kurdistan and raised in Sweden the siblings blend different details from their Kurdish heritage and European upbringing into simple and smart designs. The wearable yet contemporary designs have a great potential to become a force in the menswear market. The collections are well received by retailers; within two years Namacheko is sold in more than 38 high-fashion boutiques worldwide.Brother-and-sister duo Dilan and Lezar Lurr blend different details from their Kurdish heritage and European upbringing into simple and smart designs. Namacheko is sold in more than 38 high-fashion boutiques worldwide.

+ Created in 2017 and immediately picked up by influential Parisian boutique The Broken Arm
+ Supported by Belgian production and distribution company Gysemans Clothing Group

website:NAMACHEKO.be

Facebook:NAMACHEKO

instagram: @NAMACHEKO

Nominees
Belgian
fashion
Awards

Most promising graduate
of the year

Promising student from a Belgian fashion school who has graduated in June 2019.

THUREL THONET – Helmo

SAMUEL QUERTINMONT – la Cambre

BART LAPERE – Kask Gent

Nominees
Belgian
fashion
Awards

THE JURY PRIZE 2019

Belgian designer or designer living in Belgium, whose work in her/his own name or for a fashion house has particularly appealed to the jury.

This prize honours the career path of the designer. Nominations are by the members of the Official Jury.

Jury Belgian Fashion Awards

Patrick Scallon

Communications Director Dries van Noten & President of the BFA 2019 jury

Elizabeth von der goltz

Global Buying Director Net-à-Porter

Angelo Flaccavento

Journalist The BoF

Diane Von Furstenberg

Designer

Electra Dimitriadou

Buyer Dover Street Market London

John Degreef

Writer & curator

Sonja Noël

Owner Stijl Brussels

Frederico Poletti

Journalist Vogue Italia

Elisa Dewyngaert

Curator MoMu Antwerp

Serge Carreira

Journalist & lecturer

Christopher Morency

Editor-at-large Highsnobiety

Jean Pierre Blanc

founder of the International Festival of Fashion and Photography of Hyères

Kevin Borrey De Coninck

Owner .NU store & Thirteentwelve showroom

Caroline Esgain

Musée Mode & Dentelle

Marcus Paul

Celebrity stylist

Glenn Martens

Designer

Belgian
Fashion
Awards

We asked Belgian brands to apply for this award. A professional jury made a careful selection, but the audience has the final say.
You can vote until 6 November.

Votings are now closed.

Belgian
Fashion
Awards

The Belgian Fashion Awards reward the established and emerging talent of the Belgian fashion industry. This is an overview of the winners of 2018.

The Jury Prize

Martin Margiela

Professional of the year

Willy Vanderperre

Emerging talent of the year

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Designer of the year

Glenn Martens

Entrepreneur of the year

Carol & Sarah Piron — Filles à Papa

Most promising graduate

Federica Di Leo

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Belgian
Fashion
Awards

The Belgian Fashion Awards reward the established and emerging talent of the Belgian fashion industry. This is an overview of the winners of 2017.

The Jury Prize

Dries Van Noten

Professional of the year

Inge Grognard

Emerging talent of the year

Façon Jacmin

Designer of the year

Raf Simons

Entrepreneur of the year

Anton Janssens & Raf Maes — Komono

Most promising graduate

Rushemy Botter

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Belgian
Fashion
Awards

The Belgian Fashion Awards will be the festive closing event of Fashion Talks 2019. Tickets for Fashion Talks include entry to the Belgian Fashion Awards 2019.

Buy your tickets here

WHERE AND WHEN

Fashion Talks 2019 will take place on November 21 in Antwerp at the Handelsbeurs. The award ceremony will start at 18h30 and finish at 19h30

Address:Handelsbeurs, Twaalfmaandenstraat, Antwerpen

HOW TO GET THERE

Handelsbeurs is situated in the heart of Antwerp city and easily accessible by public transport. A beautiful 18 minutes walk from the Central station, or only a minute from tram stop Antwerp Meir. We strongly encourage you to come by public transport.

Public parking:Q-Parking Handelsbeurs, Q-Park Meir, Interparking Meir