The keyword London shopping always represents “individuality,” whether it’s expressed in the superb custom tailoring of Savile Row, the nonconformist punk roots of quintessential British designer Vivienne Westwood, or the unique small stores that has the owner’s private passion, paper theaters, toy soldiers, or buttons.
Well, the exquisite selection of leather bags and personalized, printed canvas totes are made Hindmarch famous. Here you’ll find her complete collection of bags and shoes. You can also order here a bespoke piece like the “Be A Bag,” a tote bag; which is imprinted with your chosen photo. There are availability of another branches around the corner at Pont Street, in Mayfair, and in Notting Hill.
Here, the knitwear is cozy, but the style is quite cool in this modern Scottish cashmere emporium for all men, women, and kids. There are well dressed-up camisoles, sweaters, and cardigans, and being adorable baby ensembles, as well as the noncashmere items like the picnic blankets and scarves. Other branches are located in Notting Hill, Marylebone, Islington, Covent Garden, and Sloane Square.
This fantastic cave for artistic materials, papers, art books, easels, and mannequins is one of the extensive established shops based in King’s Road. It was established in 1927 as a part of the Chenil Gallery, that run by a distinguished group, including artist Augustus John and playwright George Bernard Shaw. At the current location since 1934, the shop also supplies framing service, antique paint boxes, and craft supplies.
While visiting many tourists flock to Harrods, but thetrue London fashionistas shop is situated at Harvey Nichols, aka “Harvey Nicks.” The womenswear and accessories departments are fabulous, featuring the famous designers like Victoria Beckham, Peter Pilotto, and 3.1 Phillip Lim. The furniture and housewares are extremely gorgeous (and pricey), though they have become somewhat more affordable during the twice annual sales in the month January and July. Here, the Fifth Floor restaurant is one of the best place to watch out and be seen, but if you’re just after a quick food, there’s also no more informal café on the same floor or sushi-to-go.