time to celebrate

CELEBRATING 25 YEARS OF DEGAND SHOES

This fall, we will celebrate 25 years of Degand shoes. We also celebrate our clientele who are as loyal as they are discerning.

To mark this milestone, we have planned a calendar full of surprises and exclusive events and offers taking place every month.

The first of those is a Santoni shop-in-shop. So, without further ado, we cordially invite you to join us in Brussels on the 24th and 25th of September from 2 pm - 8 pm to celebrate the opening of our Santoni shop-in-shop.

Not only will you be able to enjoy champagne and canapés, but explore Santoni’s MTO shoes like never before. A Santoni craftsman will be at the event to answer all your questions and present you with a choice of over 100 models from one of Italy’s most esteemed shoemakers.

We are looking forward to welcoming you to our Maison,
located Avenue Louise 415, 1050 Brussels & 24/7 Online.

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the birth

a bastion of timeless style

Opened in 1983 and bearing the name of its eponymous founder, the visionary stylist, Pierre Degand, La Maison Degand has remained at the vanguard of men’s fashion for nigh on three decades now.

Michèle Degand joins the company

it runs in the family

In 1994, Michèle - the wife of Pierre Degand - joins La Maison Degand.

growing the selection

casual wear

Degand Sport is initiated; a special place for a new range of high quality ready-to-wear.

a dedicated place for loyal customers

men’s grooming

A collaboration between Bayer & Bayer (arguably the finest barbers in Belgium) and La Maison Degand is launched. A space on the third floor of the house was dedicated to a barbershop in which loyal customers can enjoy a traditional haircut and shave at the hands of highly skilled barbers.

preparing for the future

renovations

In 2019, the Maison de Maître in which La Maison Degand’s flagship store resides underwent renovations. More than 2 Million euros was invested, and some of Europe’s finest craftsmen were employed to restore the building to its original splendour.