Experience Retail Heaven in Fashion Capital London - Travel - Destinations

Fashionistas world over agree that there?s no place quite like the capital of jolly old England when it comes to fashion, trends and the latest threads from the runways. Although shopping in London can be an overwhelming experience for first time visitors, exploring the city?s innumerable retail venues by district will give shoppers a head start in discovering the best that the city has to offer. First up is of course famed Oxford Street which is renowned for its designer labels and signature stores. Home to over 300 shops this bustling shopper?s Mecca also houses the iconic Selfridges and departments stores the likes of Debenhams and John Lewis. Tipped as a hotbed for luxury and high end items other highlights down Oxford include the myriad of boutiques located along Berwick and St Christopher's Place. The luxury line continues on to the next shopping district situated in Bond Street and Mayfair. Popular among the rich, famous and extravagant spenders the hotspots on this stretch include Tiffany & Co, Burberry and Louis Vuitton while the landmark Browns fashion outlet is found in nearby South Molton.Milder priced goodies
Louis Vuitton Handbag Outlet and men?s wear are all the rage on Regent Street and Jermyn Street which is famous for its Charles Tyrwhitt and John Lobb outlets. Liberty and Hamleys are also worth the visit while Savile Row also boasts a plethora of fine tailors including Gieves & Hawkes, Henry Poole & Co, H. Huntsman & Sons, Ozwald Boateng among its signature stores in addition
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Louis Vuitton Handbags street wear, urban trends and designer hotspots. Find exclusive and one of a kind creation at the three story courtyard market Kingly Court or hop over to Covent Garden which boasts the Covent Garden Market, Neal Street cosmetic hub and a number of retail streets that include Monmouth Street, Floral Street, Neal's Yard, Shorts Gardens and Seven Dials.Punk clothing fans on the other hand must head down to King?s Road which houses the Vivienne Westwood's World's End store is located in addition to the Chelsea Antiques Market. Knightsbridge is well-known as the home of Harvey Nichols and Harrods department stores while bohemian chic vintage wear, books, precious antiques and gift items galore
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