Fizzen is a store but it might be a bit hard to actually categorize it further. Because it offers so many different things, maybe the best way is to describe it as an ali baba’s cave full of treasures one would like to bring back.
At the root of the store is vintage clothing. On their website, one can read that they started to sell second-hand clothes besides Dutch bikes. With time, their assortment got larger and larger with now plenty of new clothes as well (but always in a certain vintage look) and no bikes anymore. A whole storey is still dedicated to second-hand vintage clothes. Fizzen is also the perfect place to find a gift in their accessories section which includes some funny, improbable items, alongside some more regular jewellery, socks or cards. The firm also developed a side brand of upcycling called Rework. Even though Rework also has its own stores, you can still find Rework articles at Fizzen as well.
I enjoy every visit to Fizzen as it’s so colourful, packed with objects you didn’t know existed and often displaying a little touch of craziness. They also always have some items on sale which can go up to 70% off, which makes it hard not to find a good deal.