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Where to shop in London
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Authoritative but unpretentious staff guide you through the exceptional cellar at London’s oldest wine merchant.
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Recipes are tested in the café of this culinary bookshop, which serves London’s best-value lunch.
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Elegantly grand and historic covered shopping arcade, opened in 1819, home to upscale independent boutiques.
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Six floors of cutting-edge fashion in an avant-garde setting that oozes cool.
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Mahogany-panelled barber shop trading in sublime gentlemen’s grooming products. Go for a wet shave.
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Harrods London
The world's most famous store – touristy, yes, but also glamourous, glitzy, and unmissable.
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The original and flagship store for this upscale department store chain, still a destination for the best in international luxury brands.
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Heals London
Vast, contemporary emporium for sublime and chic homewares and furniture.
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Street famous for old-school gentlemen’s outfitters, from handmade brogues to monogrammed shirts and bowler hats.
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Chic boutiques from understated menswear (Oliver Spencer) to beautiful books (Persephone) and eye-catching gifts (Darkroom).
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Liberty London
London’s chicest department store, set in a Tudor Revival building, is famous for its haberdashery, stationery, and floral prints.
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Antiquarian bookseller in a delightfully dilapidated Georgian townhouse, allegedly haunted by a ‘nameless horror’.
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Central but civilised cluster of designer homeware, fashion, and food – plus London’s finest bookshop, Daunt’s.
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Founded in 1900, this family-run delicatessen and sandwich bar stocks quintessentially British provisions, from marmalade to fudge.
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Unique, hand-made jewellery designed by Pippa and coveted by celebrities and fashion houses around the world.
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Elegant haven for tea connoisseurs. Rare teas can be sampled or sent from the in-store postbox.
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Trend-setting fashion, eclectic art galleries, and organic coffee shops for connoisseurs.
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Upscale department store that’s shopaholic heaven. Hands down the best shopping in London (notably clothing).
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Habitat founder and guru of modern interiors Terence Conran’s temple of tasteful homeware.
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A street full of high-end clothing boutiques for well-heeled West Londoners.
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