Markets are a vibrant part of shopping in London, and have been since medieval times. If you can handle the rough-and-tumble crowds, you'll find bargains,...more
In the happening environs of Brick Lane, you'll find the second actor side project, given that his band's still aliveof Mark Bedford, the bassist...more
Ms. Moore, the sculptor Henry Moore's only offspring, has had a lifelong habit of collecting vintage clothes, and this chic and funky boutique is the...more
If you're keen to spend top dollar on high-end labels, then this stylish boutique, frequented by the likes of Kate Moss and Sienna Miller, provides a chilled...more
Don't expect to walk into Oki-ni and leave with what you've bought. That kind of behavior is for regular people shopping in regular stores. Oki-ni, meaning...more
Paul Smith's Mayfair showroom sells the very best of the curios the designer finds on his travels. Italian ebonized-wood and bone chairs from the 1870s sit...more
A big, big store that's well worth braving jam-packed Oxford Street for, Selfridges' late–20th-century reinvention as a fashion destination was total, and...more
Start, in Shoreditch, is part of a mini fashion empire run by Philip Start (founder of Woodhouse menswear) and wife Brix Smith-Start (former guitarist with the...more
This place predates the vintage craze by just about forever, but still hits the spot. At first glance it's overwhelming—and at second and third,...more
This gigantic, frenetic store evolved a few years ago from behind-the-times high-street retailer to directional innovator with the mostest. Not only is it first...more
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