The team behind Shirtshop spend considerable time and energy selecting their offbeat catalogue. They traipse through Europe in pursuit of fresh, unique and unconventional pieces for their collection, and the shirts, tees and jackets they return with are marvellously displayed behind room-spanning screen windows at the their two-storey showroom on Reguliersdwarsstraat. Customers can happily lose hours browsing the endless number of standout pieces in their impressive collection.
📍 The Shirtshop, Reguliersdwarsstraat 64, Amsterdam, +31 20 423 2088
Originally conceived as a footwear wholesaler with an emphasis on American-style sneakers, Patta has steadily grown into one of Europe’s most influential streetwear labels. The store launched in 2004 and has since created numerous lines of extremely popular tees, shirts and jackets, branded with their distinctive logo. In late 2016 Patta expanded its already impressive international reputation with the addition of their London showroom. This satellite hub is the first full-blown Patta retailer outside of Amsterdam and has already garnered considerable praise from the British press.
📍 Patta, Zeedijk 67, Amsterdam, +31 20 331 8571
After dropping their first collection five years ago, Daily Paper quickly amassed a large following at home and abroad. Since then, they have continued to produce high-quality streetwear and have collaborated with several leading brands, including PUMA. Thanks to their original and engaging design that attentively pay homage to diverse facets of African culture, Daily Paper is now among Amsterdam’s leading trendsetters.
📍 Daily Paper, Bilderdijkstraat 131, Amsterdam, +31 20 334 8970
Concrete Matter exclusively sells timeless items designed to withstand years of wear-and-tear—think classic, thick denim jeans and flannel work shirts. Although their down-to-earth fashion gravitates towards practical, they flawlessly select enduring and stylish menswear staples that only get better with age. In addition to clothing, Concrete Matter also sells old-school tools, toys and interior products.
📍 Concrete Matter, Gasthuismolensteeg 12, Amsterdam, +31 20 261 0933
Hombre launched in Amsterdam-West over two decades ago and has remained an active member of the city’s fashion scene ever since. They’ve recently branched out into digital media by establishing an online style platform under the same name. Their brick-and-mortar location mainly stocks high-end streetwear from leading labels such as Adidas, Y-3 and Raf Simons. For more footwear, it is worth checking out Hombre’s second store on Oude Leliestraat.
📍 Hombre, Jan Evertsenstraat 70, Amsterdam, +31 20 683 8558
Although the Suitsupply collection is available in many countries, the brand originated in Amsterdam and is still primarily based in the city. They have successfully won over thousands of men worldwide with their exclusive formal attire made from high-quality Italian fabrics. There is always an onsite tailor available at Suitsupply to quickly and efficiently handle any individual alterations needs.