London’s streets have been world-renowned shopping havens for centuries. Nowadays, you’ll find the right shopping street to fit everyone’s taste tucked somewhere in the British capital. To help you find the best brands for your style, we’ve put together a quick guide to the most famous shopping streets in London. Whether you’re searching for high-end designer brands on Bond Street or wanting to dive into the world of vintage fashion at Camden Market, you’ll find what you’re looking for here.

Bond Street, Mayfair

Nearest tube stations: Bond Street, Green Park

Bond Street is one of the most famous fashion streets in London. Perfect for those looking for high-end designer labels and cutting-edge fashion, the area is home to world-renowned fashion houses including Burberry, Ralph Lauren, Louis Vuitton, Mulberry and more. Alongside luxury clothing and accessories, you’ll also find incredible jewellery on Bond Street, including Tiffany & Co and Breitling.

Camden Market, Camden

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Nearest tube stations: Camden Town, Chalk Farm Road

Camden Market is a must-visit if you’re looking for unique and unusual items. The market is made up of independent shops and stalls offering everything from clothing to artworks, food and music. Wandering through the market is an incredible experience, and if you’re a keen vintage shopper you’re sure to find something tucked away in this treasure trove.

Carnaby Street, Soho

Nearest tube station: Oxford Circus

Located in the ever-fashionable Soho, Carnaby Street is well-known for boutique and unique independent stores. You’ll find a number of famous British brands appear in the area, including Ben Sherman, Paul Smith, and Barbour. Carnaby Street is great if you want an original experience alongside your shopping. Many outlets on the street are concept stores so it offers a lot more to customers than your average high street.

Covent Garden

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Nearest tube station: Covent Garden

Not far from Leicester Square you’ll find the hustle and bustle of Covent Garden. The picturesque area is home to a number of high-end fashion brands including Rolex, Mulberry, Lulu Guinness, Lacoste and more. Dotted around the area you can take in some of the famous Covent Garden street performers, offering up anything from enchanting magic acts to incredible music. 

King’s Road, Chelsea

Nearest tube station: Sloane Square

One of the main thoroughfares through the upmarket neighbourhood of Chelsea, King’s Road combines fashionable bars and restaurants with designer names and famous British retailers. Brands you’ll find on a stroll down King’s Road include Hobbs, Reiss, French Connection, Marks and Spencer and many more. It’s the perfect blend of designer and high street names.

Knightsbridge

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Nearest tube station: Hyde Park Corner

Although not technically a single street, this area cannot be ignored in a guide to shopping streets in London. In the area, you’ll find the iconic Harrods department store, home to their world-famous food hall. You’ll also find the fabulous Harvey Nichols flagship store nearby, allowing you to really immerse yourself in luxury. Knightsbridge also borders onto Kensington and Chelsea, so if you’re looking to plan an entire shopping day, why not take in what Knightsbridge has to offer and follow it up with a stroll up King’s Road?

Oxford Street, Mayfair and Marylebone

Nearest tube stations: Bond Street, Marble Arch, Oxford Circus

Oxford Street is the most famous shopping street in London. Its world-famous moniker has long been synonymous with great retailers and quality products. Today, Oxford Street is home to flagship stores of many iconic brands including Debenhams, Gap, Next, Zara, Primark and Marks and Spencer. Shops on Oxford Street offer a greater variety of options and experience to visitors than those found on typical high streets. As such, it offers the perfect retailing experience for a trip to London.

Piccadilly, Westminster

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Nearest tube station: Piccadilly Circus

Piccadilly is home to one of London’s most iconic stores; Fortnum and Mason. This department store was founded in 1707 and has built much of its reputation on its food hall. Aside from this world-famous store, Piccadilly is home to many other London establishments, including the Ritz and The Royal Academy of Arts, so it’s a good choice if you’re looking for a day filled with variety. The street is also near Amba’s Charing Cross hotel, so you’re nearby a great place to stay after a busy time exploring.

Regent Street, Soho

Nearest tube station: Oxford Circus

Regent Street is located in Soho, bordering Mayfair. When it comes to shopping, you’ll find a number of well-known names lining this road. The world-famous Hamleys toy store is found on Regent Street, perfect if you’re heading into London as a family. You’ll also find Liberty London, well-known department store, on the road. Liberty is famous for its incredible window displays, which are always worth a look.

Savile Row, Mayfair

Nearest tube station: Oxford Circus

If you are looking for fine tailoring, Savile Row is definitely the place to be. For decades, the road has been internationally recognised as one of the best places in the world to go to if you are in need of a special suit. On the small street, found in Mayfair, you’ll find over 25 tailors.

Sloane Street, Kensington

Nearest tube station: Sloane Street

Located near King’s Road, Sloane Street offers a concentration of high-end luxury brands in a small area. A number of world-renowned designers have their UK flagship stores on this road including Valentino, Gucci, Tom Ford, Giorgio Armani and more. If you’re looking to add a special purchase to your wardrobe that screams quality and refinement, Sloane Square is the perfect location to visit.

From this range of famous shopping streets, you should be able to find something to suit you and your friends and family. Whether it’s indulging in luxury in Knightsbridge or exploring the boutique shops of Carnaby Street, shopping in London is an experience you won’t want to miss.