Het Modehuis wants to offer you a complete outfit that guarantees a refined ’total look’ without losing sight of the necessary wearing comfort: from casual chic to classic with a twist to the more innovative, from size 34 to size 46.
Het Modehuis would like to receive you in a stylish and inviting setting where we enthusiastically pay attention to the necessary service. During those unique shopping moments, the gentlemen in the group can find what they are looking for in a wide range of reading material in our lounge corner and/or be inspired by the periodic works of art by Absolute Art Gallery.
As a board member at the Duvel-Moortgat family brewery, Veerle Baert knows better than anyone how to run a company with passion. In the past, she earned her spurs in the world of journalism and was one of the founders of Weekend Knack magazine, the very first lifestyle magazine in Belgium.
Her daughter Elke Baert studied Fashion Design at the famous Istituto Marangoni in London. During her graduation year in 2010, Fashion Awareness Direct (FAD) selected Elke as one of the fourteen most promising fashion students in the country. The French fashion house Chloé and high-end men’s label Pierre Talamon were also convinced of her talent. In 2013, Elke realized her dream and launched her own fashion label Furore.
The Furore brand made a new start in 2019 with the acquisition of the Belgian fashion company MFD. In view of the international market, they named their new company since then Flanders Fashion Design International (FFDI).
With its fashion, Het Modehuis wants to pay tribute to an inner appearance and sees fashion as an extension of someone’s personality. A select choice of brands and silhouettes should pay tribute to your character, appearance and/or message that you wish to use and thus to externalize within the framework of your professional framework and/or daily active life as a self-confident woman.
Since every woman is unique, we feel called to pay tribute to the design language of everyone’s body without having to sacrifice wearing comfort. Or as Coco Chanel has said before: fashion must be comfortable, otherwise it is not luxury!
Closed on Mondays
Tuesday: only open by appointment
Wednesday: only open by appointment
Thursday: 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Friday: 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.
Saturday: 10:00 – 18:00
Sundays and public holidays: closed (unless otherwise announced)