Shopping centers in London are currently witnessing a period of continuous prosperity in light of the growth in the main shopping centers in it, which will continue over the next two years, in the spirit of the city’s evolving spirit. As the city of London is considered one of the best shopping destinations in the world, it includes a wide range of options ranging from luxury shopping malls, luxury stores and upscale stores, to those that sell old goods to stores that sell out of the ordinary. In addition to all this, the city has long been known for its abundance of the finest independent stores and the best food and beverage stores.
Among the major shopping centers west of London, Westfield London, this huge shopping destination has strengthened its shopping and entertainment capabilities on an enormous area of 740,000 square feet / 68,748 square meters! The new stores include the most famous names from Primark, Hills, Boden, Space NK, Adidas and H&M, which also contains the first nail clipping center in H&M stores in cooperation with GoGorges London.
Box Park Mall will open its doors in Wembley at the end of this year, a move preceded by the opening of branches in Shoreditch in East London and Croydon in south London. The place will be a shopping haven for food lovers, as it houses some of the best independent and well-known restaurants from all over London and the world, and intends to receive distinguished temporary restaurants. The Box Park Center at Wembley will host more than 200 events throughout the year.
The year 2020 will witness the reopening of the Battersea Power Station (Battersea Power Station) as a retail and entertainment destination, and will then become the third largest retail destination in central London. Expect to experience a luxurious and modern shopping experience in an amazing and stunning location.
London is distinguished for its secret shopping neighborhoods. Behind the southern bank of the river you will find a hidden gem, the Gabriels Wharf, which consists of a large collection of independent stores, rest houses and restaurants. Trendy international styles and handmade designs dominate the clothing lines here. You find colorful knitwear that exudes creativity, such as that available at Joan Plump, where each piece is manufactured separately. The neighborhood also includes an impressive array of accessory stores, for example, Hope Studio is creative in designing fun and stylish modern pieces, while London Vendola is famous for producing distinctive accessories with a funky touch. Gabriels Wharf’s shopping experience is all about discovering unique items to keep, and is not a place to buy luxury items.
Take a street in the Seven Diles neighborhood of Covent Garden and you’ll find yourself in the secret, colorful Nails Yard yard, and of course the home of the famous organic skincare products from Nails Yard Remedies. Close to the square, you can buy delicious British cheese from Niels Yard Dairy. Take advantage of being on-site to savor delicious Sicilian dishes at Casanova & Daughter’s Restaurant and Lounge, as well as take care of your hair and nails at the famous Hair by Ferry Salon. And recently, the “Jacob the Angel” Café opened its doors in the square, an English cafe thanks to the establishment of the owners of the adjacent “The Barbary” restaurant. “Jacob the Angel” is the perfect haven for desserts lovers, so don’t miss the chance to taste the delicacies it offers as small cream pies with coconut flavor and peanut butter.
Take a short stroll from Hyde Park heading to the luxury storefront of Connaught Village in the Hyde Park Estate, a shopping destination abundant with independent retailers lining the Georgian streets and beautiful pastels decorated in pastel colors. It is the place to buy luxury and exquisite products. Make sure that you will find what you are here for, whether you are looking for a fine grape drink, great outfits or picturesque art. Fashion lovers will be dazzled by the collection of unique and upscale women’s clothing stores available on site, including Kokuru London, which mixes culture with fashion and designs its London ready-to-wear collection in collaboration with world-renowned artists, to then produce them in Japan using premium fabrics and traditional printing techniques. Are you looking for a piece designed by a rising star in the fashion world? Don’t forget to visit The Place London for women, where you will find wonderful printed fabrics drawn by the fingertips of British designer Alice Archer, accessories from the best of your eyes from Diana Broussard, and elegant products from perfume designer Azi Glaser.
Camden Passage is full of shops, stalls selling antique clothing, antique goods stores, and elegant classic cafes, a 17th-century cobbled walkway near Angel Metro Station (and not part of Camden Market!). It’s a great place to find out-of-the-box products from antique vinyls and classic comic strips at Atomic, ancient porcelain with stunning designs in Caroline Carrier, art deco jewelry and modern art in Esme, as well as trendy stores like the Victoria’s women’s clothing store and the S-Store. 120 The Independent.
The iconic Marylebone High Street shopping retreat is located directly behind the lively Oxford Street. This place is different from its counterparts and you find it quieter, but it is distinguished by its special nature and offers you an unparalleled shopping experience. Upscale boutiques such as Match Fashion, LK Bennett and Contour de Cotonier are adjacent to the modern home appliances store Scandium, and the only button retailer in the capital is The Button Queen. In addition, time passes quickly between the furniture of the Conran Shop, which displays furniture in classic designs, and Pierre Mercolini, where it attracts the smell of traditional Belgian chocolate passing through all ages, in addition to the wonderful independent library Donut Box. Then head to the nearby Chiltern Street, where you will find an ample bouquet of cosmetics at the fascinating 200-year old John Bell and Croyden Pharmacy. The adjacent Moxon Street is the ideal destination for savoring delicious delicacies, where the cheese vendor meets in La Fromage, the butter at The Ginger Pig and the choco maker in Rococo Chocolates.
Elegant boutiques, antique stores and independent stores offering a variety of merchandise are on the side of Red Church in the center of Shoreditch, located close to Shoreditch High Street. Don’t forget to visit Labor and White stores and buy fashionable men’s clothes. If you love denim, go to New Jeans store. Buy the most beautiful cosmetics from Aesop and ABC, or choose the best contemporary home accessories at Monologue and Close Habanemi and Co.