The city of London is one of the best places in the whole of Europe to search for the latest fashions. Trendy clothing and accessories can be found here in chic boutiques owned by both local and international designers and a wide range of styles can be found. What follows is a selection of the best fashion shops in London.
The Late Night Chameleon Cafe
This unusual establishment can be found on Shacklewell Lane and offers arguably the best collection of avant-garde fashion in the whole of London. This large establishment is a real Wonderland for fashion lovers and there are plenty of weird and wonderful creations just waiting to be discovered here.
Wolf & Badger
If you are interested in cutting edge fashion from some of the most celebrated designers in Europe and beyond then head on over to this Ledbury Lane establishment. Wolf & Badger features a hyper-modern interior complete with slick window displays that force passers-by to stop dead in their tracks. Shoppers will find more than 70 brands here, all perfectly displayed in creative and intriguing ways.
Lovers of vintage fashion will want to browse through the collections at Village Bicycle, which can also be found on Ledbury Lane. The owners of this fashion boutique have spent time scouring the markets of London and the rest of the UK to bring shoppers some of the best vintage clothing and accessories that money can buy, including punky Kat Maconie shoes and Tripp jeans.
With its matt-black exterior and artfully displayed homeware products, Darkroom is certainly one of the edgiest fashion boutiques in London. In addition to artistic glassware and sculptures, fashion lovers will find an impressive collection of avant-garde accessories and classic fashion creations in this establishment on Lamb’s Conduit Street.
The Goodhood Store
This contemporary Hoxton boutique has been created by Jo Sindle and Kyle Stewart and can be found on Coronet Street. The boutique features cool clothes and accessories from an interesting mix of designers, including east London fashion brand Antipodium, Opening Ceremony, Quoddy footwear and Surface.
People who like to combine shopping for weird and wonderful fashion creations with indulging on sweet and savoury snacks will feel right at home in this large Shoreditch establishment. One of the great things about No-one is that shoppers will be able to find one of a kind items and labels that cannot be found anywhere else in London. of course, there are also familiar and highly celebrated labels such as Karen Walker and YMC on display for those who prefer something a little more familiar. In between browsing for bargains, shoppers can pause for a little refreshment at the Due Sardi pizzeria or the onsite bar named DreambagsJaguarShoes.
Shop at Bluebird
King’s Road has been famous offering some of London’s best high fashion boutiques for many decades, and Shop at Bluebird certainly fits the bill. This enormous boutique covers 10,000 square feet and is packed to the rafters with labels such as Margaret Howell and Balenciaga as well as a fantastic collection of stylish accessories, footwear, books and music.
Beyond the Valley
Fans of fashion who are bored of the same old labels should explore Beyond the Valley on Newburgh Street. Unlike the neighbouring boutiques that can be found in Oxford Street and Carnaby Street, this establishment takes pride in tracking down some of the leading up and coming fashion labels and styles that are a little edgier and more exciting than mainstream fashion.
Of course, this is just a small selection of what London has to offer fashion lovers. From the alternative fashions of Camden Town to the sophisticated styles of the Kensington district London has it all, which is why the city is a real paradise for followers of fashion.