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Best Fashion Hotspots In London

England’s capital city is also regarded as the fashion capital of the world with the most innovative and latest fashion in illustrative looking shops and boutiques. Though being a microcosm of the big capital city London, the shopping locations of the city are huge, and you are sure to find some of the high street fashion brands and flagship stores of globally known markets. This is not all, London is so passionate about fashion and style that many shopping streets of the city even has its own themes and specialties. Every visitor in London takes some time out of their sightseeing spree to take a stroll to these fashionable and extravagant high-end streets and peek through the shiny windows if not buy anything. From luxury goods to quirky finds, shopping in London is no less than sightseeing.


London’s East End also boasts of some many famous shopping hotspots and as per the usual reputation of the place being unusual, its shopping streets are also a place to find interesting stuff. So, to stay close to the place M by Montcalm Shoreditch London Tech City Hotel is the ideal place to be from where clubs in shoreditch are also nearby.  You can while away a day and even a half of it by roaming and exploring the various shopping streets and find some reasonable buy for yourself too.

Covent Garden
Known to one of London’s hottest shopping destinations, Covent Garden is the fashionable square located centrally in the city. Its geographical position enables the place to be easily accessed by public transportation and popular tourist attraction places. So, even if you have no plans to visit the place that very day, you can easily include Covent Garden in one of your day trips in the city.

Browse for some hip fashion, rare sweets, unique gifts items and one-off hand-made jewelry, and you will be surprised to what you will find. When quantity and diversity are your picks, this place could be very friendly and pedestrian. Designer names like Neal Street, a magnet for those in love with urban shoes and streetwear along with vivacious underwear retailer Coco de mer and Paul Smith are all housed in this unique square. If these are not enough appealing to you, Covent Garden shopping place even has a shop dedicated to umbrellas. Now it is something which you can only find in London.

Oxford Street
The most famous and extravagant fashion stretch of the city, Oxford Street is a heaven for high street brand lovers. With more than 300 fashion outlets, this place also boasts of landmark departmental stores like Selfridges and John Lewis. The other high street brands imaginable like Debenhams and Topshop are also located within the stretch. If you are in mood to buy something within easy means, Primark has its massive flagship store. So, expect to get real busy in Oxford Street after all it is the shopper’s paradise nestled in the longest lane of London.

Carnaby Street
A short stroll from the theaters of the West End, come right across Carnaby Street with a colorful history. To start with Carnaby Street was the trend setter of the Swinging 60s in London. It has 13 streets between Oxford Street and Regent Street that make up Carnaby Street. The stretch includes not only 150 brands but also you will have a choice of 50 independent bars and restaurants. As soon as you will step under the iconic arch, get dazzled with the intriguing mix of heritage brands, independent boutiques, latest designer names and much more. Refuel option is just off Carnaby Street in Kingly Court.

Mayfair
Mayfair of London’s Mount Street is one of the most fashionable names of the city and is known to give visitors the options for extravagant retail therapy. This location offers an interesting mix of niche, beauty brands, and luxury fashion as well. It is also a hub for famous art and antique dealers. Its exclusive restaurant collection makes this place something not to be missed while visiting London.

This place is so popular with fashion that you may also find celebrity on a shopping spree. Home to big names like Louis Vuitton, Burberry, Tiffany & Co. and much more, Carnaby Street itself is an eye candy. Luxury window shopping is something quite common here and so even if you are not buying anything, there is no harm in looking through the window and gasp at those designer items and clothing.

Both quintessential British brands like William & Sons and Purdey sit alongside international prestigious brands such as Christian Louboutin, Marc Jacobs, Balenciaga, and Jenny Peckham. Mayfair is the luxury extravagant of London and so visiting the place must be there on you to-do list in London.

Harrods
Since 160 years, Harrods is the denoted luxury shopping spot of the nation and is known worldwide for its exclusive collections along with excellent service. The seven floors constitute of 330 departments. It is the hub of finest products in fashion, food, technology and home ware, Harrods has something for everyone.

Women are on the beneficial end, as Harrods has the luxury women’s wear department Superbrands that has 17 dedicated boutiques with top international brands like Prada, Valentino, Dior and for exclusive perfumes, Salon du Parfums is the place to look for in Harrods.

London Markets
If unique designs and independent traders are your top pick, London markets are ready to blow your mind with the finest and quirkiest collection of vintage accessories, clothing, jewelry and much more. For example, the Camden Market that has more than 200 stalls sells alternative clothes, clubwear, shoes along with jewelry and accessories. Markets of London itself are a tourist attraction, and you can shop while you browse the place and have the time of your life.

London shopping tours can be so exhaustive that even the determined of shopper can get weary, so you need to start the shopping day with full energy and vigor. Take the public commute in that case so that you have spent much less time in traveling and more in shopping.

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