East London’s biggest market, full of craft and design stores, food stalls and restaurants. Saturdays features independent fashion designers selling their wares. Well worth a browse!
Westfield White City
Ariel Way, Shepherds Bush
Westfield London is simply Europe’s largest shopping centre, with over 300 stores, 700 brands, 70 places to eat and a 20-screen cinema. It combines the best of fashion, from designer / luxury to high street. There’s even a gay restaurant for a lun...
Just off Oxford Street, Carnaby was the heart of London’s swinging 60s fashion scene, and today is still as popular as ever with big name brands such as Ben Sherman, Adidas and A.P.C. Plenty of cool places to eat nearby, too.
110 - 112 Cheshire Street
Sprawling second-hand and vintage shop just off Brick Lane in London’s East End. A bargain hunter’s paradise! One of the best vintage stores in London.
Camden High St
London’s original alternative market, Camden has cleaned up its act a little. Alongside the vintage, rock and alt clothing stalls and shops you can find new designers, sleek furniture stores and much more. Check the website for details of daily ma...
75 Great Eastern St
Formerly ”Expectations”, GEAR London is ”Where all the Good and Bad Boys meet!”. It’s London’s foremost hotspot for all guys into leather, rubber, sports and urban gear. Kink gear and fetish wear, very friendly and helpful staff! Brands you will f...
87-135 Brompton Road
If you don’t know what Harrods is by now, you probably shouldn’t be going there! World-famous high-end store stocking big-name (expensive) brands such as Gucci, Tom Ford etc.
Sweetie! An Ab Fab favorite, if you got cash to burn and fancy designer labels, Harvey Nicks is for you. Top brands such as Gucci, Alexander McQueen and Valentino.
Labour and Wait
85 Redchurch Street
Very hip hardware and clothing store where quality is key. Household items, books, stationery and tonnes more. Great for gifts... for loved-ones or yourself!
59 Rivington Street
Contemporary (and therefore pricey) menswear store in the heart of hipsterville, Shoreditch.
Every Saturday, Portobello in West London comes alive with a variety of market stallholders selling fashion, antiques and one-off designs. Full of street food, local celebs and a great buzz.
17a St Albans Pl (Islington Green)
Regulation is London’s biggest fetish and sex toys store. Whatever kinky toy or outfit you’re after, you’ll find it at Regulation!
9 Earlham Street
In the heart of Covent Garden and spitting distance from Old Compton Street, the Seven Dials area is full of heritage brands, independent boutiques and international labels. Plenty of options for food too, once you’ve splashed your cash.
5–7 Brewer St
The UK’s largest gay lifestyle store, Prowler Soho stocks sex toys, poppers aplenty, underwear, swimwear and everything in between. It also holds queer magzines and independent zines produced by LGBT artists.
266 Old Brompton Road
Stocks aromas, lube, sex toys, DVDs, magazines, fashion, underwear and gifts. Also has a sister store in Soho’s Old Compton Street.
Gay’s The Word
66 Marchmont Street
Excellent LGBT bookshop stocking every gay and magazine you could ever want. Also acts as a community hub. Definitely worth a look.
Even if you don’t want to buy anything, Liberty is well worth a visit for its interior and shop displays. Packed with designer labels, skincare ranges, homeware, rugs and cool gift ideas, it’s one of London’s most treasured stores. Open seven days...
400 Oxford Street
One of London’s best department stores. Full of high-end fashion, homeware and gift ideas. Fancy!