Discover under-the-radar luxury labels at Modern Society, a refined tiled floor space that echoes a more traditional version of a general store. There’s a cute coffee bar too so you can take a seat before deciding what to splurge on. Choose between brands such as REJINA PYO, Matin Studio or Frame.
The Good Hood store is a local favourite. Inside is a lovingly curated selection of womenswear, homeware and accessories that sees it regularly listed as one of London’s best shops. There’s a focus on minimal, great design as well.
With a small chic department store vibe, Celestine Eleven has everything you never knew you needed, but which you definitely do. There’s stuff for your mind, body and soul in this stripped back, minimalist industrial store and you can complement the retail therapies with some in-store alternative therapies as well.
Nike Lab 1948 is a temple to all things Nike. This boutique sells everything that you need to hit the next peak when it comes to working out or staying fit. Pick up the latest collections suitable for everything from yoga to skateboarding.
AIDA is the stuff independent dreams are made of. Shop achingly hip international brands, rummage around in the vintage furniture and homewares section, get a manicure and a coffee — seriously why would you ever leave? Think Scandi cool and on point minimalism when it comes to branding.
A mainstay in the every changing Shoreditch scene for a few years, Sneakersnstuff hits the boxfresh nail on the head with some of the coolest collaborations and limited editions to hit the UK. Pop in for sneakers and plenty of activewear.
House of Liza is a by appointment store only, but it’s worth making the time for it. Bright vivid colours rule the nest in this vintage designer emporium, with a special focus on Jean Paul Gaultier and John Galliano. If it’s brass, brash or bold, it’s guaranteed it’ll in here.