Continuing to bring you the best new men's and women's designer brands, Van Mildert has new arrivals with pieces from Stone Island, C.P. Company, DSquared2, and more when you shop now!
Welcome to Menswear at Van Mildert! This is where you can be sure to find everything you need for the months ahead. With all the latest must-have clothing, footwear, and accessories from all the top brands including Polo Ralph Lauren, Stone Island, Hugo Boss, Armani Jeans, Diesel and many more?
From smart to casual, whatever the occasion may be you can trust in Van Mildert to have you looking you're very best. From a stylish t-shirt, jeans and trainers combo, to a sharp 3 piece suit it’s all here, so take some time, explore, and shop the wide-ranging collections below.
You can be sure you’re always looking gorgeous with all the great women’s clothing, shoes, and accessories available at Van Mildert. With new styles arriving daily you will always be on-trend for whatever your day may bring. With top brands including Michael Michael Kors, Giuseppe Zanotti, Kenzo, Canada Goose, Vivienne Westwood, and much more the choice of outfits is almost endless.
Whether it's a night out partying with ladies, a meal at a fancy restaurant, a day working hard in the office, or a lazy evening on the couch you can always be confident you are looking your best. Shop below for that must-have handbag, perfect pair of shoes, or a stunning dress today.
About Van Mildert
Van Mildert was established in 1996 as a men's and women's fashion boutique in picturesque Durham City. Retailing from an old 17th century Gaol, the Grade 1 listed building on Elvet Bridge leads to the cathedral in the heart of the city. The store certainly has character and 'Bob' the 'tour guide' even used to bring the city's many daily visitors to marvel at the store, shocked by the retail space we had created. Van Mildert was certainly new and exciting, retailing in a space with so much character and history.
This lifestyle store was one of the first really directional independents. Back then Margiela, Dries Van Noten, Comme Des Garçon, Helmut Lang and Costume National were only available inside of London, but now the North East had its own fashion lifestyle store - a haven for the fashionista. Books from Atlas littered the old shelves, home accessories from Atomic brightened up the display cases, and furniture from SCP was used daily by customers shopping to the latest sounds on Rough Trade.
Local artists exhibited their work in-store and sculpture installations from art students and the region's designers all had a price tag, adding to the lifestyle concept. Customers from as far as London would spend an afternoon in the store with some of the most experienced and passionate staff who still features in the industry today.
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