Shoreditch is about so much more than just art and coffee. Over the last few years, Shoreditch has grown into an excellent shopping destination leaving behind even the conventional shopping areas of the West End.
Shoreditch has everything, from big brands and designer boutiques to unique gift shops and indie labels. Whether it’s a designer house or a local gift store, indulge in some much deserved retail therapy at the following spots:
- Old Spitalfields Market: Get your hands on some cutting edge fashion by grabbing works by new and talented designers. Located in the heart of the city, this colourful market offers stylish clothes, retro bags, ornaments and everything that is jazzy. The market also features an organic market hall and every week the market attracts close to 25,000 people. The market brings to the fore brands such as Agnes B, Benefit and Canteen. These brands coexist alongside individual traders selling interesting and quirky items.
- Brick Lane Market: This iconic East London market is always bustling with energy and is known for its offering of rich Ethiopian coffee, Indian silk sarees, Jewish bagel shops and Bangladeshi curry houses.
- Petticoat Lane Market: This is London’s famous Sunday market and was established 400 years ago and features over 1000 stalls. At this market you will find everything from clothes, watches, leather items and toys.
- Hipster boutiques: Some famous clothing stores in Shoreditch include Beyond Retro, Rokit, Goodhood, Hoxton Boutique, Junky Styling, Ella Doran and E1 Gallery.
- Jewellery shops: When in Shoreditch, the best places to get jewellery are Tatty Devine, Russell Callow, Lara Bohinc 107, NumberNinetyFour, Anna Lovell and Glitterati.
- Artworks: For all your artsy needs head to Far Global, Columbia Glassworks, Ella Doran and Standpoint Gallery.
Shoreditch London is a haven for shoppers and the more you explore, the more you find.