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Karl Lagerfeld Regent Street

The German eccentric brings his fun-filled flagship store concept to London’s Regent Street.

El Ganso

Forget Ralph Lauren and Tommy – for that Euro-prepster look, make a beeline straight for Spanish label El Ganso.

Opening Ceremony London

Packed with cutting edge – though still highly wearable – style from their own label and a desirable selection of exclusive designs from others.


A modern, yet crafted collection of choices that feel ‘heritage’ from the man behind Liberty’s menswear department.

Topman General Store

A timely hookup with b-Store sees the high street giant infiltrate too-cool-for-the-Circus (Oxford that is), Shoreditch.

Blitz London

Duck and cover your credit cards, as this new vintage emporium gets set to blow second-hand shopping out of the water, Spitfire style.


Avant-garde designers, exclusive Japanese labels and edgy streetwear at this special menswear store on the ever-growing Shoreditchian Redchurch Street.

Albam Soho

Stock up on understated classics that’ll last a lifetime at this Soho branch of a fast-growing London favourite.

Y-3 London

Ten years on, Adidas and Yohji Yamamoto’s lovechild gets its first flagship store in London. A swanky address and not a council estate in sight.


The arrival of this appointment-only, menswear-heavy concept store has only heightened the hype around the Dalston area.

Aubin & Wills Shoreditch

With a gallery above and a boutique cinema in cahoots with Shoreditch House below, this preptastic Sloane style favourite is gaining some cool East End credentials.

Abercrombie & Fitch

The overwhelming stench – be it pure testosterone or Fitch’s new perfume – pervades what was once a rather magnificent building in Mayfair now manned by half naked door-bitches.


Ex-Boombox door mistress Jeanette’s eponymous store has fast became a must-see destination amongst the fash-pack and cool-kids.


Showing that British style goes far beyond football shirts and pints, Hackett does a stylish selection of off-the-rail tailoring.

No One

Pocket sized and sat next to a coffee store on the Kingsland Road, No-One stocks a colourful and eclectic array of hip young names and strange little finds.

b Store

An ever-changing art space front of house sets the tone for this Savile Row institution, feted for promoting unheard of talent and hard-to-find names in the heart of suit street.

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