There is no denying that London is the heart of Boutique culture in the UK. Nothing
beats the feeling when you make your own local discovery when strolling through the
streets of London town and of course locals supporting small businesses.
Here are our top 5 favourite independent boutiques in London, brought to you by
Byrogue, sunglasses and jewellery designers from London.
From the (once) alternative East London to the Ferrari parked streets of West London, we bring you
the very best of London designer boutiques devoted to the latest fashion trends and beyond.
Set in the bustling broadway market, The Hub fashion boutique is one of Stoke
Newingtons most loved boutiques. It boasts of a healthy smattering of European
the biggest draw.
We find them great as they cater for men and women’s clothing and stock labels
from unique designers, so you can be sure that you won’t see every other person
wearing the same outfit as you.
Tucked away in a basement on Dalston’s Shacklewell Lane is the underground
boutique LN-CC. Through the futuristic tunnel entrance, you’ll find a space curated
They describe themselves as a progressive, innovative and conscious retail concept.
We find them great as they present their own individual interpretation of luxury and
offer a great selection of international brands, with eco styles and many more.
Browns, a trendy boutique on South Molton street is one of London's most historic
and important fashion boutiques. Having been an early champion of Alexander
McQueen and John Galliano, it hosts a smart edit of each season's latest trends.
The store has a sister branch our favourite, Browns Focus, which targets a younger style-savvy
Goodhood Store is a favourite for those fans of minimalist fashion and design-
focused accessories. The stock is handpicked to appeal to Goodhood’s very East
End customer. You can find low-cost buys in the form of branded t-shirts, jackets and
hats along with mugs, badges and stickers. They cater for both male and females
and you can choose brands from Champion, Ashley Williams to Levis, Monocle Perfume, Adidas, Comme de garcon and jewellery from Tom Wood.
There are plenty of surprises to find at this Bloomsbury accessories boutique. if you
take the time to browse the shop’s range, you will quickly realise that the owners
have a soft spot for tribal designs from Africa and South America. Chunky necklaces
from 1950s Nigeria, Aztec geometric designs are a common find. Discover trendy
jewellery designs and furniture designs from Urchin.