Since the Middle Ages, textiles, in particular luxury sheets, tapestries and delicate lace have been the pride of the city of Brussels. In the 80s, driven by a group of young designers, the Antoine-Dansaert neighbourhood experienced a huge revival. Fashion boutiques cropped up, with designers (both new and established talents) revealing fertile imaginations, with daring and original designs as the neighbourhood attracted more and more talent. Dansaert has become a reference for designers and jewellers, making the district a hotbed for cosmopolitan talent in design.
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