Shopping spots to die for in London

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Shopping spots to die for in London

Harrods, Liberty, Topshop, Burberry… You already know the ultimate brands in the world of London shopping. In order to stand out, follow our selection of addresses especially meant for connoisseurs.

Shopping spots to die for in London

The Goodhood Store

Kyle Stewart and Jo Sindle are the founders of The Goodhood concept store. They opened a second outlet in Shoreditch, the up-and-coming district of East London. Displaying a new corporate identity, they welcome new brands in the fields of fashion, beauty, design, jewellery and art of living. You will find more than 200 brands in the store, with a common requirement to fit in the same style and vision of inhibited luxury.

The Goodhood Store
151 Curtain Road
London EC2A 3QE
goodhoodstore.com

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Shopping spots to die for in London

LN-CC

Late Night Chameleon Café – a.k.a. LN-CC – is a super trendy space opened in 2010 by Dan Mitchell, John Skelton and Charlotte Hall, three fashion lovers. They offer a highly specialised selection of vogue items, and also books and music of the latest trends. Located in the Dalston district (in London's East End), this concept store for insiders has already attracted experts from all over.

LN-CC
18- 24 Shacklewell Lane
London E8 2EZ
www.ln-cc.com

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Shopping spots to die for in London

Anthropologie

Undoubtedly one of the major addresses on Regent Street. This American brand always chooses accessories, clothes and decoration items that hark back to bohemian and “country-turned-urban” lifestyles...
If you're always on the look-out for the latest fashion, travel and table adornments, it'll be easy to find unique and bespoke pieces that blend genres. From clothes to gorgeous features and household linen, candles, books and stationery, different styles and categories naturally rub shoulders here. This is a true goldmine for finding presents.

Antropologie
158 Regent Street
London W1B 5SW
www.anthropologie.com

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Shopping spots to die for in London

Luna & Curious

The Luna & Curious shop gathers a group of 40 British designers offering creative and original items, from women's clothes, bags and accessories to toys, books, stationery, jewellery, fine dining and chandeliers... All pieces are funny, refined and clearly imaginative, and every visit is a true delight. You'll also enjoy feeling that craftsmanship of the highest order, which is definitely the keyword around.

Luna & Curious
24-26 Calvert Avenue
London E2 7JP
www.lunaandcurious.com

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Shopping spots to die for in London

Club Monaco

This high-end ready-to-wear Canadian clothing retailer still hasn't set up shop on the continent, which is probably the reason why regular customers cross over the Channel. Since the opening of the first shop in 1985, the Club Monaco brand has become a reference in fashion, especially with a new shop on Monmouth street. Casual and formal attires underline the shop's aesthetic, at once modern and timeless in a minimalist setting. So head for the trendy Seven Dials neighbourhood, quality products and revisited classics are up for the grabbing!

Club Monaco
35-37 Monmouth Street
London WC2H 9DD
www.clubmonaco.com

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Shopping spots to die for in London

SMUG

Sticking to its name, this offbeat and lovely shop, conceived by designer Lizzie Evans, is dedicated to home decoration. The lady loves to choose and offer lamps, graphic wallpapers and fabrics, 1950s furniture, bathroom appliances and accessories, melamine kitchen tools, vintage glassworks, chic ceramic, notebooks and picture books, as well as items made out of cloth for kids...

SMUG
13 Camden Passage
Islington
London N1 8EA
www.ifeelsmug.com

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Shopping spots to die for in London

House of Hackney

Fine fabrics, clothes, household linen, wallpapers and lampshades fill up the space here. To break free from classic designers that you could find any place, favour House of Hackney instead – the best there is on the subject. Tropical, flower, animal and graphic printed designs are often being bought by the greatest interior architects at work today. Get to the root and shop! Be alert and you're likely to spot the pattern used for the Providence Hotel in Paris. This address is recommended to those who wish to eccentrically stand out.

House of Hackney
131-132 Shoreditch High Street
London E1 6JE
www.houseofhackney.com