SHOP LONDON

Subtitle An insider’s guide to spending like a local

Emma McCarthy
Price $14.99 / £9.99
Description Description
''Great if you're interested in finding a treasure trove of London's tucked away shops. From the best place to buy your Bretons to the loveliest bookshops, find them all in this brilliant guide.'' The Pool

London has always been a shopper’s paradise. But where is the best place to find a vintage bargain? Or that perfect gift for someone who has it all? Offering an antidote to fast-fashion hight street chains and generic e-shops, Shop London celebrates the joy of shopping like a local, and will introduce you to your new favourite places to browse.

Emma McCarthy, fashion editor and shopping connoisseur, helps you discover the most talked-about, tucked-away and unique retail experiences in London. Opening doors to 200 of the best independent boutiques, fashion stores, specialist shops, markets, vintage meccas and more, Shop London introduces a host of exceptional places to visit. Covering everything from toyshops and art supplies, to vintage clothing and sustainable homeware, to cookware and bottle shops, it also acts as a handy guide to the capital's most loved shopping districts and hotspots – from upmarket Chiltern Street to the picture-perfect Columbia Road.

If you're looking for some retail therapy and a new area of the city to explore, this is the perfect guide to rediscovering the joy of London's shops
 
Subject area:
Series:
Series London Guides
Format:
Format Trade Paperback 208 Pages
ISBN:
ISBN 9780711238077
Size:
Size6.30 in x 6.30 in / 160.00 mm x 160.00 mm
Published:
Published Date June 15th, 2017
Emma McCarthy
Emma McCarthy is deputy fashion editor of the London Evening Standard – and an unapologetically avid shopper. She understands London's retail scene better than anyone and has spent years reporting on (and enjoying) its myriad charms. When she's not shopping, Emma is reviewing catwalk shows, interviewing designers and uncovering trends. She lives in Peckham, where the shops are better than Regent Street.
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