• Tatty devine London
  • Step inside one of Tatty Devine’s two boutiques and it’s easy to see why the British jewelry brand has become a cult hit amongst the fashion set. Designers Rosie and Harriet Vine first met while studying Fine Art at Chelsea School of Art and began selling the results of their collaborative projects on London’s famous Portobello Road. Opening the doors of their Brick Lane studio to the public in 2001, word of their signature pop style quickly… More info
    236 Brick Lane, London, E2 7EB
  • Comfort station London
  • Tucked just off of Brick Lane, on quiet Cheshire Street, the unique designs of Amy Anderson’s Comfort Station make it a hidden gem worth the detour. Having launched her first collection at London Fashion Week for Spring/Summer 2003, Comfort Station’s range has expanded from an initial offering of bags and accessories to include jewelry made from sustainable materials. Amy’s emphasis on responsible design means that every piece of jewelry is made… More info
    22 Cheshire St, London, E2 6EH
  • Grenson London
  • English heritage brand Grenson provides Londoners with just about every style of footwear one could imagine. Established in 1866, Grenson can draw on a mammoth archive of iconic moulds from Chelsea boots, stitched Oxfords, and Derby boots to contemporary penny loafers and wing tip brogues - all available in its locations near Brick Lane and The City. Grenson is an institution, its shoes having been donned by some true pioneers of style… More info
    18 Hanbury St, London, E1 6QR
  • Lik & neon London
  • While the look of East London's Brick Lane is always evolving, it is the enthusiasm inherent to the spirit of the area that keeps locals and tourists alike coming back for more. Lik + Neon is one prime example of what makes this area so exciting. The shop, founded in January of 2002 by Janice Taylor, results from the approach that the space is more of an evolving experimental showroom rather than a stale gift shop. Shelves are installed floor to… More info
    106 Sclater St, London, E1 6HR
  • Blitz London
  • With Brick Lane and its neighboring side streets the undisputed Mecca of London vintage, it takes a special space to stand out from the crowd. Established in 2011, Blitz is London’s first and only vintage department store. Spread across three floors of a former Victorian warehouse, its crack team of vintage aficionados source and stock high-grade items from clothes, shoes and records, to bikes, furniture and books. What this translates to in… More info
    55-59 Hanbury St, London, E1 5JP
  • The village bicycle London
  • Inspired by London’s iconic ‘60s store ‘Granny Takes a Trip,’ The Village Bicycle is a trove of kitschy and colorful wares spanning fashion, art, furniture and confectionary. With prices ranging from £2 to £2000, the store welcomes a wide range of customers, which includes not just city slickers hoping to get their manicured hands on the latest Mark Fast dress, but also savvy school kids looking to spend their allowance on cult Japanese sweets… More info
    91 Brick Lane, London, E1 6QL
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