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  • 1. Agent Provocateur


    Created by fashion designer Vivienne Westwood's son and daughter-in-law, this line of lingerie in gorgeous fabrics, silks, latex, and lace tends toward the kind of...Read More

  • 2. Benjamin Pollock's Toyshop

    Covent Garden

    This landmark toy shop still carries on the tradition of its eponymous founder, who sold miniature theater stages made from richly detailed paper from the...Read More

  • 3. Berry Bros. & Rudd

    St. James's

    Nothing matches Berry Bros. & Rudd for rare offerings and a unique shopping experience. A family-run wine business since 1698 (Lord Byron was a customer),...Read More

  • 4. Blackout II

    Covent Garden

    Escape the bustle of Covent Garden's Neal Street here at one of London's top vintage clothing shops. Its two small floors are overflowing with high-end...Read More

  • 5. Books for Cooks

    Notting Hill

    It may seem odd to describe a bookshop as delicious smelling, but on several days you can't help but notice the aromas wafting out of...Read More

  • 6. Broadway Market


    This parade of shops in hipster-centric Hackney (north of Regent's Canal) is worth visiting for the specialty bookshops, independent boutiques, organic cafés, neighborhood restaurants, and...Read More

  • 7. Columbia Road Flower Market


    London's premier flower market is about as pretty and photogenic as they come, with more than 50 stalls selling flowers, shrubs, bulbs, and trees—everything from...Read More

  • 8. Covent Garden Market

    Covent Garden

    Established in the 1670s as a thriving fruit, herb, and flower market, this popular historic piazza now has three separate market areas: the Apple Market,...Read More

  • 9. Daunt Books


    An independent bookstore chain (there are additional branches in Belsize Park, Chelsea, Hampstead, Holland Park, and Cheapside), Daunt favors a thoughtful selection of contemporary and...Read More

  • 10. Fenwick


    A manageably sized department store, Fenwick is a welcome haven of affordability in a shopping area where stratospheric prices are the norm. The store is...Read More

  • 11. Fortnum & Mason

    St. James's

    Although F&M is jokingly known as "the Queen's grocer" and the impeccably mannered staff still wear traditional tailcoats, its celebrated food hall stocks gifts for...Read More

  • 12. Foyles


    Founded in 1903 by the Foyle brothers after they failed the Civil Service exams, this family-owned bookstore and literary landmark is in a 1930s Art...Read More

  • 13. Geo F. Trumper

    St. James's

    If you don't have the time for an old-fashioned hot-towel shave at this "traditional gentlemen's barbers" established in 1875, pick up a razor, a shaving...Read More

  • 14. Hatchards

    St. James's

    This is the United Kingdom's oldest bookshop, open since 1797 and beloved by writers themselves—customers have included Oscar Wilde, Rudyard Kipling, and Lord Byron. Despite...Read More

  • 15. Heywood Hill


    Open since 1936, this is considered by some to be the best small bookstore in the English-speaking world—John Le Carré, who set a scene in...Read More

  • 16. James Smith & Sons Ltd.


    Stepping into this gorgeous Victorian-era umbrella shop is like stepping back in time. Open since 1857, this family-run emporium sells every kind of umbrella, parasol,...Read More

  • 17. Liberty


    Its distinctive black-and-white Tudor-style facade, created from the timbers of two Royal Navy men-o'-war ships, reflects this department store's origins in the late Victorian Arts...Read More

  • 18. Lock & Co. Hatters

    St. James's

    Need a silk top hat, a flat-weave Panama, or a traditional tweed flat cap? Or, for ladies, an occasion hat? This wood-paneled shop has been...Read More

  • 19. Maggs Bros. Ltd.


    A bibliophile’s heaven, this bookshop was first established in 1853 by the wonderfully Dickensian-sounding Uriah Maggs, who passed the business onto his four sons. Still...Read More

  • 20. Manolo Blahnik


    Blink and you'll miss the discreet sign that marks fashionista footwear central. Blahnik, the man who single-handedly managed to revive the sexy stiletto, has been...Read More

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