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Discover why Shoreditch is one of the best places to shop in London

Everyone knows Shoreditch rules when it comes to cutting-edge style. Now the formerly shabby Redchurch Street has sharpened up its act and is attracting hipster hordes with its stylish boutiques, independent stores and a smattering of vintage shops.

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Redchurch Street

  • 11 Boundary

    Womenswear, 11 Boundary Street, London, E2 7DL (7033 0310/ www.11boundary.com).

    A womenswear boutique with an Ibiza-luxe feel about it, with floaty bits from Day Birger et Mikkelsen, T-shirts from Wildfox and tailoring from Twenty8Twelve.
    See 11 Boundary venue details

  • Aesop

    Health & beauty, 5a Redchurch St, E27DJ (7613 3793/ www.aesop-europe.com).

    Aesop's first stand-alone store in London opened in 2008, in a former jeweller's shop in Mayfair. Success has seen follow-up branches in east and west London.
    See Aesop venue details

  • Aubin & Wills

    Designer Fashion, 64-66 Redchurch Street, E2 7DP (7613 1924/ www.aubinandwills.com).

    An example of how brands are taking advantage of the new media cachet of Redchurch Street and making it their own, the Aubin & Wills concept store houses a small luxury cinema, capacious shop, and the Aubin Gallery run in association with British artist Stuart Semple.
    See Aubin & Wills venue details

  • Caravan

    Fashion accessories, 3 Redchurch Street, E27DJ (7033 3532/ www.caravanstyle.com).

    As one of Redchurch Street's first new residents, Caravan helped redefine the street with its eccentric vintage-style homewares and gifts.
    See venue Caravan details

  • Hostem

    Menswear, 41-43 Rechurch Street, London, E2 7DL (7739 9733/ www.hostem.co.uk).

    Darkly lit, hip new menswear boutique with a well-edited selection from the likes of Philip Lim and Ann Demeulemeester.
    See Hostem venue details

  • Labour & Wait

    House & home, 18 Cheshire Street, off Brick Lane, London, E2 6EH (7729 6253/ labourandwait.co.uk).

    This retro-stylish store sells the sort of things everybody would have had in their kitchen or pantry 60 years ago: functional domestic goods that have a timeless style.
    See Labour & Wait venue details

  • Maison Trois Garcons

    House & home, 45 Redchurch St, E27DJ (7613 1924/ www.lestroisgarcons.com).

    After their popular concession at Dover Street Market, the three chaps behind the jewel and taxidermy-encrusted restaurant of the same name have recently opened this rather decadent interiors shop.

  • Sick

    Vintage & thrift, 105 Redchurch St, E2 7DL (7033 2961).

    A grungy thrift shop, run by the founders of cult 1980s label Boy, which specialises in '90s vintage (if you can call it that). The store also sells a good selection of restored bikes, and is shortly to open a fashion 'laboratory' in the basement.

  • Sunspel

    Menswear, 7 Redchurch St, E27DL (7739 9729/ www.sunspel.com).

    The first, and really the very loveliest, retail outlet of classic British menswear makers Sunspel, specialising in quality underwear, T-shirts and polo shirts.
    See Sunspel venue details



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