Canary Wharf is rightly established as a first rate shopping destination. Be it the luxurious brands like Montblanc, Jaeger London and Jo Malone or street names like Zara and Whistles, Canary Wharf has it all. You can also find products from British brands like Aquascutum and Hackett. A wide range of designer boutiques and independent stores further add glamour to the fashion scene.
Here are some of the popular shopping areas:
- The underground shopping mall, Jubilee Place is located on the south side of Canary Wharf. It offers an extensive choice of fashion stores and cafes. Some of the stores include Banana Republic for apparels and accessories, The White Company for homewares and bareMinerals for cosmetics, Molten Brown and Cadenzza to name a few. The world renowned company of luxury accessories, Michael Kors is also present in Canary Wharf. Timeless, chic and glamour, the brand is second to none.
- Billingsgate Market is famous for seafood, especially fish. The market is specifically meant for wholesalers. In addition to seafood, there are people who deal in poultry, cooking oil and more.
- Canada Place houses the funky and trendy Accessorize, the high quality and sophisticated Montblanc, contemporary Ted Baker to name a few. As you can understand, Canada Place comes with quite stylish and classy stores.
- Cabot Place offers a wide range of stores like Alfred Dunhill, Church’s English Shoes, Jaeger Menwear, River Island, Charbonnel et Walker, Crabtree & Evelyn, Cards Galore, Pandora and Tiffany & Co. Cabot Place also houses Crockett & Jones. Founded in 1879, Crockett & Jones specialises in the manufacture of high quality footwear. You will find 3 ranges for men created by Crockett & Jones in Canary Wharf. These are Hand Grade, Main Line and Shell Cordovan collections. There is a new collection of shoes for women too.