The 10 Best Shops in Notting Hill, London

The 10 Best Shops in Notting Hill, London

 

Home to one of the best antique markets in the world, Portobello Market, Notting Hill is definitely the place to go for original, second hand finds. However, this infamous street of market stalls has more to offer than just that, it also has a permanent collection of boutiques, bookshops, and brassiere boudoirs to browse on your way down the two mile long high street. 

 

  1. Oliver Goldsmith

    Oliver Goldsmith can be credited as one of the first companies to make eyewear sexy, capitalizing on the movement in the mid-1950s when sunglasses began to become less a practical safety option and more a chic fashion accessory…

    15 All Saints Road, W11 1HA London

  2. SCP West

    Founded in 1985, SCP is something of an institution, selling contemporary furniture that aims to be eye-catching and unusual, yet also functional and made to last. The West London store opened in 2007 and was designed by…

    87-93 Westbourne Grove, W2 4UL London

  3. Lali

    Lali Shop is the brainchild of Bavaria-born style maven Nelli Turner, a former fashion designer and wholesaler. In 2012, Turner decided to create a Bauhaus-infused boutique offering clothing, household objects, jewellery and…

    101 Golborne Road, W10 5NL London

  4. Couverture & The Garbstore

    There are many boutiques run by husband-and-wife teams, but what makes Couverture & The Garbstore particularly unique is its design. Founded in 2008 by Emily Dyson and Ian Paley, the Couverture section spanning the ground and…

    188 Kensington Park Road, W11 2ES London

  5. ilovegorgeous

    A sartorial haven for little girls and stylish parents alike, ilovegorgeous is the creation of designers Lucy Enfield and Sophie Worthington who, both having young daughters themselves, decided that the only children’s clothes…

    52 Ledbury Road, W11 2AJ London

  6. Lutyens & Rubinstein

    Having already run a respected literary agency since 1993, it was safe to say that when Sarah Lutyens and Felicity Rubenstein opened their eponymous bookshop in 2009, it was going to be something special. Contacts, connections…

    21 Kensington Park Road, W11 2EU London

  7. Books For Cooks

    A foodie’s paradise, Heidi Lascelles founded Books for Cooks in 1983, after she noticed that there were many specialist bookstores in the UK but none focusing on the art of cookery alone. After the store steadily grew in…

    4 Blenheim Crescent, W11 1NN London

  8. Aimé

    One thing stylish Parisians seem to do better than anyone else is ‘understated chic’, of which the covetable garments stocked by Aimé are a perfect example. French-Cambodian sisters Val and Vanda Heng-Vong founded the store in…

    32-34 Ledbury Road, W11 2AB London

  9. What Katie Did

    Those who style themselves on 1950s pin-up girls – or who simply adore pretty and unusual lingerie, should definitely pay a visit to What Katie Did. Founder and lingerie expert Katie Thomas started out in 1999 with a little…

    281 Portobello Road, W10 5TZ London

  10. Summerill & Bishop

    Walking into Summerill & Bishop is like stepping into a rustic kitchen on the continent, with many beautiful and unusual items in soft neutral tones. Unlike many cookery shops, you won’t find any hi-tech gadgetry here, just…

    100 Portland Road, W11 4LQ London