The beautifully tangled open-air markets and countless outlets offer everything from vintage and traditional to contemporary and innovative designs. Some of the markets include:
With approximately 500 stalls and shops selling items ranging from jewellery to clothing, Stables Market is a must visit. You can also check out the dramatic photographic exhibitions or enjoy a beer at one of the bars.
Camden Lock Market
One of London’s most exciting entertainment areas, Camden Lock market is all about lively cafes, trendy bars, music venues and much more. Here, you can also find stalls selling jewellery, furniture, home ware and clothing.
Inverness Street Market
Inverness Street Market is a famous fruit and vegetable market. It sells high quality and expensive as well as cheap clothing.
Camden Market or Buck Street market
Check outjewellery, accessories, clubwear, shoes and clothes in the Camden Market, also called as the Buck Street Market. Some of the stallholders here also sell their own clothes. Camden Market sells fashion for all tastes and choices.
Places like Rokit, Gap, Cyberdog, Wearlite, Thea, LA1 and Theatre 71 are famous for clothing.
For arts and crafts, places such as Chalk Farm Gallery, Painted Earth and The Works are quite popular in Camden.
If you love to buy shoes, hit Office, Egoshego, KG Shoes, Swear, Offspring and Holts.
For electronics, go to the Electronics Boutique.