Boston Trader: 35 Years History, Elegance & Speed
Situated opposite the Dutch parliament one of the most historic buildings in The Hague has been housing the Department Store of Boston Trader for more than 5 years.
This was once the art studio where Vincent van Gogh first found his freedom to express himself through painting. At present at the very same address you will find collections of internationally renowned high-end fashion brands, carefully selected by Boston Trader celebrating its 35 year anniversary this year.
With two stores in the heart of The Hague’s fashion district Boston Trader has been leaving a clear mark on its city’s internationally oriented street scene for nearly 4 decades.
The paintbrushes have gone for quite some time, and today only the plaque on the façade reminds us of Van Gogh’s (his)story. However, on our upper floors where we have our women’s collections you feel like you are in a Parisian showroom, exuding an atmosphere of the past. Here you can leisurely shop the collections of Emporio Armani, Paule Ka, PINKO & SET.
In the rear part of the store, in one of her only two shop-in-shops in the Netherlands, we show the latest collections of the immensely popular Italian designer Elisabetta Franchi. Numerous artists from all over the world are dressed by this power woman. And her power collections, intended for today's power woman, attract clients to our store from everywhere in the Netherlands.
In an ambiance that speaks for itself it is our great pleasure to help you find amazing new items to compliment your wardrobe.
BOSTON TRADER DEPARTMENT STORE
Plaats 20, 2513 AE The Hague
Plaats 3, 2513 AD The Hague