Shopping in Marylebone

Avoid the Oxford Street crowds and find a specialist shop off the beaten path

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It goes without saying that some of London's biggest shops are in Marylebone: Oxford Street is in the area, after all. But the best independent shops are away from the crushed mobs swarming around Topshop. Margaret Howell, for example, stocks the kind of well-made basics that will look as fashionable in 20 years as they do today. So does Gallery 1930, sort of: it specialises in antiques from the '30s. And Daunt Books is a cathedral to reading, complete with stained glass and oak railings.

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  1. Fashion and accessories
  2. Vintage and antique shops
  3. Specialist shops

Selfridges

  • Critics choice

Selfridges - Time Out's favourite London store - is a first port-of-call for stylish one-stop shopping.

  1. 400 Oxford Street, W1A 1AB
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Kabiri

  • Critics choice

Kabiri’s admirable mission statement is to showcase the best in jewellery, regardless of its price, provenance or how well known the designer is.

  1. 37 Marylebone High Street, W1U 4QE
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Margaret Howell

The thing that makes Howell’s wonderfully wearable clothes so contemporary is her old-fashioned attitude to quality.

  1. 34 Wigmore Street, W1U 2RS
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Cabbages & Frocks

Held in the attractive cobbled yard of St Marylebone parish church, this market was started by food-loving fashionista Angela Cash.

  1. St Marylebone Parish Church Grounds, (Marylebone High Street), NW1 5LT
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Long Tall Sally

Providing sartorial solutions for many a long-legged lass for over 30 years, Long Tall Sally’s collections focus on comfortable, conventional and well-cut styles rather than high fashion.

  1. 1-25 Chiltern Street, W1U 7PH
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KJ's Laundry

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Owners Jane Ellis and Kate Allden stock a mix of lesser-known designers in their super-chic and spacious Marylebone store.

  1. 74 Marylebone Lane, W1U 2PW
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Cox & Power

Sleek, beautifully crafted contemporary designs are the stock-in-trade at Cox & Power; think candy-bright gemstones mounted on simple silver and gold bands.

  1. 35C Marylebone High Street, W1U 4QA
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Dimi

Kohatu & Petros - 58 Chiltern St Marylebone - definitely needs to be on your website, great jewellery on a really cool street off the high street

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