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CFÉ Belgium Opens Pop-Up Shop in Brussels

After a very successful first pop-up store in Antwerp, CFÉ Belgium opens a new pop-up store in Brussels. The pop-up store will be open for a month at its current location at the Naamsestraat 53.

Founder, designer and Enfnts Terribles favorite Tonya Schamp started working on her first collection in a coffee bar, which gave her the inspiration to name her first designs Noir, Au lait and Sucré (black, with milk and with sugar in French). Now, two years later, CFÉ Belgium has grown into a clothing line with limited edition drops of tops, tracksuits, jackets and accessories.

CFÉ Belgium founder and designer Tonya Schamp

Pop-up store in Brussels

Because of Tonya’s love of coffee and it being the main inspiration of the brand, she decided to not just do a regular pop-up. The CFÉ Belgium pop-up store is both a clothing store and a coffee bar where young creatives can hang out for the day and co-work.

A dope clothing line isn’t the only thing you can take home from the CFÉ Belgium pop-up. The brand collaborated with Koffie F. Rombouts to create its very own coffee blend; CFÉ Coffee. On top of that, they are also doing a NOIR party at Brussels-based club Bloody Louis on Friday the 6th of September.

Visit the newly opened CFÉ Belgium pop-up shop at the Naamsestraat 53, Brussels.

Photos by Raia Maria Laura

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