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The Beehive

Elisabeth Blanchet
London
With its leopard skin ceiling, racks of vinyl and rails of retro fashion, The Beehive is a colourful Greenwich must see. Crimplene enthusiast and store owner Deborah loves the ’60s , but gears her buying towards the local student population, whose idea of vintage is the era in which they were born. Rails are lined with high waisted Levi’s jean shorts at £20 a pair, Peter Pan collared cardigans at £15 and quilted patterned jackets at £35. There is even a trunk full of shirts, scarves and other accessories where each item is £1 for those that are still waiting for their student loan to come through.
Venue name: The Beehive
Contact:
Address: 320-322 Creek Road
London
SE10 9SW
Opening hours: Open 10.30am-6pm Mon-Fri; 10.30-6.30pm Sat-Sun
Transport: Tube: Greenwich Cutty Sark DLR

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4 / 5

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E.M

I disagree. This place is awesome. Affordable for students and complete vintage enthusiasts. I got some beautiful 50s dresses from here a month ago and also one from the new retrobates design range. I always pop by whenever i'm in greenwich.