The Best Shops in Brick Lane, London

The Best Shops in Brick Lane, London

 

Besides its amazing curry houses, Brick Lane is probably best known for its many vintage stores and warehouse art exhibitions, all attracting a young, creative bunch of people. Next door to Spitalfields Market, Shoreditch High Street and the host of Brick Lane Market, this lengthly road is packed full of one-off finds in the form of second hand apparel and made to order interior design items. 

 

  1. Brick Lane Bookshop

    Navigate your way through the hipster bars and colorful Asian restaurants of Brick Lane and you’ll find the quirky Brick Lane Bookshop tucked in among them. Not one of the many “achingly hip” establishments that Shoreditch has…

    166 Brick Lane, E1 6RU London

  2. The Lazy Ones

    If you thought affordable forward-thinking women’s fashion was only available at Topshop in London, think again. (Well, to be accurate, Brick Lane's The Lazy Ones does happen to sell its wares to Topshop along with over 40 stores…

    102 Sclater Street, E1 6HR London

  3. House Of Vintage

    With Cheshire Street in East London being home to perhaps the highest concentration of vintage stores in the city, there is nowhere better to shop for the fashion gems of the past. Opened in 2010, House of Vintage is one of the…

    4 Cheshire Street, E2 6EH London

  4. Beach

    When a drunken conversation turns to the topic of setting up a gallery and art lifestyle store it is usually forgotten by the time the sun comes up. However, in the case of friends Charlie Hood and Matt Lucas, just this was the…

    20 Cheshire Street , E2 6EH London

  5. The Village Bicycle

    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…

    91 Brick Lane, E1 6QL London

  6. Blitz

    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…

    55-59 Hanbury Street, E1 5JP London

  7. Beyond Retro

    Since Canadians Steve and Helen Bethell opened their first Brick Lane location in 2002, Beyond Retro has become the go-to address for those seeking the thrill of the vintage hunting. With branches in Dalston and Soho, the…

    110-112 Cheshire Street, E2 6EJ London

  8. Tatty Devine

    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…

    236 Brick Lane, E2 7EB London

  9. Unto This Last

    As you approach Unto This Last’s corner storefront on the north end of Brick Lane, it’s hard to imagine how the brand’s 2000 plus product range could possibly fit inside. But organization and simplified logistics are the name of…

    230 Brick Lane, E2 7EB London

  10. Comfort Station

    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…

    22 Cheshire Street, E2 6EH London