Shopping in London has a lot more to it than Oxford Street! For sophisticated designer news or emerging trendy fashion staples, there’s an abundance of choice when visiting the capital of Fashion.
So without further ado…
Camden Collective 159 Pop Up camdencollective.co.uk
Collective 159 is a dedicated creative marketplace for Camden, launched December 2013. Local designers exhibit and sell unique womenswear, menswear, home accessory and much more from this incredible 3,000 square foot space in view from the Camden High Street Underground. There’s also a lovely cafe offering sweet treats and freshly brewed coffee. This place certainly bring some quality back to the ever so popular shopping district of Camden.
Where: 159 Camden High Street, nearest tube Camden or Mornington Crescent.
When: Monday to Wednesday 10am-7pm, Thursday 10am-8pm, Friday to Saturday 10am-7pm and Sunday 11am-5pm
Liberty London liberty.co.uk
Looking for some sophistication? Look no further. The most fashionable and elegant department store in London, oozing of English heritage. Known for the beautiful Liberty prints and fabrics in addition to high end desirable designer labels. And to always make it relevant and a must go shopping destaination, there’s constantly emerging design talented being introduced too. Menswear, womenswear, kidswear, accessories and interior.
When: Monday to Saturday 10am-8pm and Sunday 12-6pm
Where: Regent Street, London W1B 5AH Nearest tube station is Oxford Circus
Dover Street Market doverstreetmarket.com
An exclusive retail collaboration between highly design led brands within menswear, womenswear and acessories. Brands include Alexander Wang, Erdem, Ferragamo’s Creations, Givenchy, Haider Ackerman, Lanvin Mens, Lena Lumelsky, Paco Rabanne, Saint Laurent, tricot COMME des GARÇONS and Yang Li.
Where: 17-18 Dover Street, London W1S 4LT. Nearest tube station is Green Park or Piccadilly Circus.
When: Monday to Wednesday 11am–6.30pm, Thursday to Saturday 11am–7pm and Sunday 12pm–5pm.
The Old Truman Brewery trumanbrewery.com
Merging photography, art and design the Old Truman Brewery is a unique and extraordinary shopping destination, that we’ll leave you feeling energised and inspired. Former brewery premises reborn as independent boutiques, bars, diners, a food hall and music venues -What’s not to love?
When: Opening times varies. Check individual store.
Where: 91 Brick Lane, London, E1 6QL
In addition to these there are some truly lovely independent shops, focusing on Scandinavian fashion, such as Wild Swans and Anna Primrose Hill. Top picture is for the leading pop-up mall concept, the Boxpark in Shoreditch.