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Aubin & Wills

Quintessential British brand Aubin & Wills was founded in 2008 but already has carved itself a here-to-stay niche for clean-lined APC-meets–Steven...more

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Bamford & Sons, London

First and foremost, Bamford & Sons is a shop for the boys. The clothing is classic casual; think crisp linen shirts, bleached cotton suits, cashmere V-necks...more

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Dover Street Market, London

Not a market at all, Rei Kawakubo's 13,000-square-foot West End store is where, as the Comme des Garçons visionary said when it opened in fall 2004,...more

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EGG, London

A nonfashion boutique loved by the design cognoscenti (Rei Kawakubo, Yohji Yamamoto, Sir Terence Conran, Nicole Kidman, Donna Karan), Egg is still a semisecret...more

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Grays Antique Market, London

In this labyrinth of over 200 tiny antique shops crammed full of collectibles and curiosities, you'll rub shoulders with serious collectors in search of a...more

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Harvey Nichols, London

The No. 1 fashion store, with the No. 1 cosmetics floor, Harvey Nic's is practically a cult. All the established, and many emerging, designers—women's and...more

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Hooper & Shaw, Port Isaac, Cornwall

Hooper & Shaw gift shop is a breath of hipster modern in the quaint Cornwall fishing village of Port Isaac. Owners Nicole Heidaripour and Daniel Scott are...more

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Hostem, Tube: Shoreditch High Street

Burlap is draped tentlike across the walls and ceilings, and knitwear sits folded on makeshift sawhorse tables lit by industrial caged bulbs at this cult...more

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Kirsten Goss, London

Kirsten Goss's small jewelry shop is tucked away behind the busy shopping neighborhood of High Street Kensington, but it's well worth the detour. Goss, who...more

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Liberty, London

A department store of two parts—the more eye-catching of which is Tudor House, built in 1924—this enterprise dates to 1875, when Arthur Lasenby...more

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