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Top sensational shopping spots in London

London always ranked the first place in the list of people who want to indulge in high class shopping spree. The large variety of Up-market showrooms and stores and shopping markets, in London have been the favorite of both the locals and the tourists. These markets have a big and wide range of beauty and cosmetic products and branded clothing. The biggest of the brands will be found in this capital city. There is no scarcity of posh shopping streets that will fulfill you wish of buying the biggest brand’s product.  The shopping destinations of London also house a large number of restaurants, clubs and bars so that you have a time off at one of these bustling streets.


Oxford Street
Oxford Street is known to be the home of wide array of department stores. It houses the famous branded names such as the Debenhams, Zara and Selfridges. There are more than 300 shops ranging from designer stores to high street selections. Oxford Street is an incredible artery of London’s shopping areas. The stores of street have collections of fashion, beauty, home ware and footwear. The luxurious and snooty places like the Restaurants Paddington Station will yield to the snobbish, high class, branded showrooms of this street.  The street has been very popular attraction for the aristocratic class.

Housing the big brands like John Lewis, River Island, Urban outfitters and the likes, the street has the following major attractions:

Uniqlo
The newly groomed Uniqlo’s flagship store is nearly double in size and has got some dapper features such as the new roof terrace for hosting special events and its unique Uniqlo wearhouse. The wearhouse is one-of-a-kind, well-spruced space, which is evocative of industrial feeling. The wearhouse is devoted to showcase the Brand’s best LifeWear range, beauty products and also an edit of lifestyle products.

& Other Stories
Stories’ new shop has brought a welcoming touch to the Oxford Street which is the high-slung shopping street in London. Stories is a member of H&M Family and is known for its poise, modern clobber and brazen efforts to experiment interesting cuts and clothes. It is located just across street from the Selfridges and features accessories, beauty products, jewellery, bags and shoes.

Selfridges
This shop is famous for its Wonder Room. This store always finds new ways to delight its customers. Serving its customers with excellent beauty and fashion products, food and drink, this store is loved for its wonderful in-store initiatives.

Topshop
This home-grown retailer in London is the biggest and one of the best-stocked Toppers in London. You will find everything ranging from brands to concessions all under one roof. It also houses the exclusives like Beyonce’s Ivy Park range.

H&M
This store is a home imposing collaborations with designers and has recently included Balmain, Kenzo and Alexander Wang.

Camden Market
Camden Markets are a herd of large retail markets in the Camden Town and they are often called as Camden Lock. It is the fourth most popular attraction of visitors in London. The Camden Market exhibits a collection of antiques, chandeliers, crafty goods, vintage clothes, retro glasses, furniture, antiques, second-hand books and bric-a-brac. The Camden Market’s collection and the hangout subculture attracts thousands of tourists from all around the world.  Camden Market’s offers true traces of high street culture. Large number of tourists, locals and even celebrities that meander across the Goths and punks throng the vast and diverse selection of shops.  Such is the craving for lava lamps, fashion, music, skull rings, interiors and vintage that crowds swim in the seas of crowds. Though weekends are clumsy and clamorous, weekdays are better for variety and surroundings.  The market is favourite for shopping T-shirts and accessories.

Camden Lock is situated in the heart of this market and is one of the thriving areas in London.  These shops in this market are open seven days in a week and sell anything to everything.  The market features clothing, artwork, gifts, hand-made jewellery, music and more. You will also find large number of food stalls serving large variety of cuisines. A small local foodstuff market has also been operating in the Inverness Street since the beginning of 20th century. A 20 million Euros makeover of the Camden Market is in the pipeline to transform it into a traditional arts and crafts centre for the city people.

There is also a night club running its business in London since 1950s. The night club is called Electric Ballroom and it is operating as an indoor market.  The market has its own share of imported goods and vies for independent designers and dealers that specialize in unique clothing and unusual items.  Apart from enjoying the club like atmosphere at the accommodations of Park Grand Paddington Court Hotel London, the tourists must come to this night club to have a gala time.

Bond Street
The Bond Street is a major Shopping street in London that links oxford Street to Piccadilly. It has been a very popular shopping destination for its retail outlets that sell prestigious items. The street was built on fields surrounding Clarendon House. The street has maintained its image as one of the best shopping destinations in the 21st century also.

The Bond Street of London is famous throughout the world for its riches of exclusive brands, elegant stores, luxury goods, designer fashion, art, antiques and fine jewellery. Bond Street is located in Mayfair, in London’s West End. Since its establishment in 1700s, the Bond Street has been a centre of society’s most affluent, influential and most stylist people.  A number of renowned poets and authors have lived in this street. The residents of this street also include Lady Emma Hamilton and Admiral Nelson.  It houses the most famous international retailers such as Aspree, Jimmy Choo,  Louis Vuitton, Bulgari, Dolce, Ralph Lauren, Mulberry, Chanel, Burberry, Cartier and the likes. Bond street is a home to numerous unique hotels and restaurants like Claridge’s and the Ridge.  The surrounding area of Bond street brags an impressive count of royal warranties.

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