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If a James Bond villain used a shop front to disguise his secret lair, it would look like this Roca bathroom fittings store. All of its broad, grey walls bend in liquid-like shapes, showcasing a de... read more
Posh Mayfair is heating up like mad. The Acne London flagship is a hip addition to the trend. Despite taking up four floors in a former gallery space, the store eschews pretension in favor of an in... read more
In London's primo retro-shopping districts (Brick Lane and Spitalfields), London's first vintage department store displays its well-edited collection creatively in a 9,000-square-foot space. Y... read more
Strategically positioned along the glittering parade that is New Bond Street in hotter-than-ever Mayfair, this paradise for Missoni devotees is spread over three floors and 300 square meters. A fro... read more
More than 150 years before Apple was even a glimmer in Steve Jobs’ eye, a Mackintosh was something that kept you toasty and dry in the rain. The classic Scottish raincoat - more fashionable t... read more
You'll need shades to avoid being blinded by the dazzling array of multicolored trainers like the California 78 and Sakio Runner that adorn the walls of this hip Japanese shoe emporium. Add a ... read more
Blimey! If chocolate is the food of love then all lovers should check in at this upscale sweet shop. Toast your romance with the exquisite Champagne Truffles and try the mouthwatering Chili Praline... read more
As Alexa Chung knows, if you can't have an Arctic Monkey hanging off your arm, a classic handbag named after yourself is the next best thing. The satchel-style Alexa is the must-have fashion item o... read more
Soft grey and white decor inspired by the legendary French boutique’s original Parisian base, enhanced with futuristic plasma screens depicting the best of haute couture, create a timeless ne... read more
With the bare-chested beefcake on the door, this boudoir of fine underwear stands out from the crowd even before you step into its dimly-lit interior. You are greeted by scantily-clad sales assista... read more
With the jars of onion marmalade and gooseberry and gin jam that line the walls, you would think that you were deep in the country and not central London. Founded in Brighton, this cozy caff-c... read more
Boyfriends beware. Specializing in contemporary clothing at affordable prices, the stylish range of this British boutique will still set you back a pretty penny if your better half picks up everyth... read more
From its Harry Potter range to its massive online game universe, the classic children's building block has moved into the new millennium. With an interactive play area and the dazzling Pick-a-Brick... read more
Located alongside old St Paul’s, London’s newest shopping mall tries to appeal to city workers and visitors alike. The Jean Nouvel-designed space boasts sleek, reflective surfaces and s... read more
Artisan perfumers have infused their London shop with the minimalist chic layering of a 1950's storehouse: white tile, wood floors, low-hanging lights. Brushed zinc countertops display wonderful co... read more
The jury won't be out on this new gelateria. New Amorino outpost in Soho promises to be a favourite pre/post theatre ice cream and froghurt stop. Beautifully smooth classics such as vanilla, coffee... read more
If your iPod needs motivation and you want to experience some fresh tunes and sample some London gigs, head over to Pure Groove swanky record shop. One of capital city's best-loved independent r... read more
Warning to all chocoholics and choc-fetishists : if you visit this shop, you will be incurably hooked. Artisan du Chocolat have opended their third store and first chocolateria, and it seriously r... read more
Patrick Freche, founder of french eco- boutique Loft Design By...has chosen Notting Hill to implant his first UK outpost. New destination brand for Notting Hill Yummy Mummy but not exclusively so, ... read more
Drawing on the sort of minimalist but warmly inviting sexiness of S...
Lorded over by former chef of The Ivy and Soho House Alan Bird, it'...
Classic marker of the grand 19th Century transport boom, it was Lon...
Behind a glorious red brick Victorian facade, on a leafy East Londo...
Installed below three old brick Shoreditch railway arches, which le...