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6 oktober 2014

Hot spot: Six and Sons conceptstore

Hello, I’m Louise from the blog 30sMagazine and I offered Iris to help out and write her a guest blog post. You might remember me from a previous guest blog post I did: 5 design hot spots in Rotterdam. I love to shop and discover exclusive stores with an edgy design or exclusive products. One of those shops is Six and Sons, located in one of the most popular shopping streets of Amsterdam, the Haarlemmerdijk.
Six and Sons is like no other concept store because it is aimed towards men. Owner Alexander wanted to create a store where men would feel comfortable. It is a real manly men store with a rustic and raw interior. Bare brick walls, and distressed wood are the backdrop for all things industrial and vintage. It’s the perfect place to find accessories for a man cave or bachelor pad. You will see vintage boxing gloves, a Chesterfield sofa, grooming essentials, and camping gear. Anything from furniture, to clothing and accessories. For females there is something to look forward to as well: they sell Kinfolk Magazine!
Upstairs there is a brick and mortar cafe serving the best Bocca coffee, homemade pastries, and the famous hummingbird cake, a recipe by Kinfolk.
Enjoy! 

Six and Sons by 30s magazine
Six and Sons by 30s magazine
Six and Sons by 30s magazine
Six and Sons by 30s magazine
Six and Sons by 30s magazine
Six and Sons by 30s magazine
Six and Sons by 30s magazine
Six and Sons by 30s magazine
Six and Sons by 30s magazine
Six and Sons by 30s magazine
Six and Sons by 30s magazine

All pictures by 30s magazine
THX a lot Louise!
XO Iris

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