The best fashion markets in London

From thrifty vintage finds to wise buys from new fashion labels – shun the high street in favour of a unique shopping haul from one of London’s best clothing markets



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There’s nothing like the thrill of a good fashion find, and one of the best places in London to hunt one down is at a fashion market. The capital has an abundance of vintage fairs, new designer showcases and street seconds stalls. Unearth some unique antiques midweek in the east and explore the vintage fashion world of the north with our pick of London’s best fashion markets.

  1. Weekend markets
  2. Weekday markets

The best weekend fashion markets

Cabbages & Frocks Market

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

  1. Cabbages & Frocks Market St Marylebone Parish Church Grounds, Marylebone High St, NW1 5LT
  2. Baker St tube
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Camden Market

Camden’s sprawling collection of markets offers a real smörgåsbord of street culture. Wander past loitering goths and punks to join the throng of tourists at the vast and varied selection of shops and stalls.

  1. Camden Market Camden High St, (junction with Buck St), NW1 8NJ
  2. Camden Town or Chalk Farm tube
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Chatsworth Road Market

The market that spawned Sir Alan Sugar’s business success via a shampoo stall is back. Over 50 percent of traders live in the surrounding postcode areas, making the market a truly local affair.

  1. Chatsworth Road Market Chatsworth Road Market, E5 0LH
  2. Hackney Central Overground
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Dusty Fingers Sunday Thrift

Dusty Fingers, formerly a Tuesday evening market at the beautiful Clapton Round Chapel, is now a regular event on Sundays in the church. Entrance is £1.

  1. Round Chapel 1D Glenarm Rd, E5 0LY
  2. Hackney Central tube
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Fashion Sunday

Fashion Sunday is a new event celebrating upcoming, independent fashion design talent. It aims to give independent talent the opportunity to reach their audiences without coughing up huge figures for physical retail space. 

  1. Oval Space 29-32 The Oval, E2 9DT
  2. Bethnall Green tube
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Greenwich Market

Weekends see Greenwich Market packed with international tourists enjoying arts, craft and food stalls. Head over in the week to unearth unusual finds when the antiques and collectible dealers dominate.

  1. Greenwich Market Off College Approach, SE10 9HZ
  2. Greenwich Overground or Cutty Sark DLR
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Lower Marsh Market

Lower Marsh Market is rapidly expanding, after starting as a weekday foodie strip to service the Waterloo community with street eats for office workers.

  1. Lower Marsh Market Lower Marsh, Westminster Bridge Rd to Baylis Rd, SE1 7AB
  2. Waterloo tube
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Netil Market

Netil Market's small collection of stalls (usually about 15) offer a microcosm of Broadway Market. It’s the brainchild of a local creative community which has focused on giving space to local designers.

  1. Netil Market 11-25 Westgate Street, E8 3RL
  2. London Fields tube
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North London Vintage Market

A small market with a stellar stall line-up focusing mainly on items for the home, there is also vintage clothing on sale for those who can’t live without a retro fashion fix.

  1. North London Vintage Market St Mary's Parish Hall, Cranley Gardens/Park Road
  2. Baker St tube
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Spitalfields Style Market

Think Spitalfields is just for Sunday? Think again, as the market debuts Style Saturdays – a new weekly event dedicated to fashion stalls.

  1. Spitalfields Market Commercial Street, between Lamb Street & Brushfield Street, E1 6AA
  2. Liverpool St tube/Overground or Shoreditch High St Overground
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Sunday UpMarket

Vying for attention in the market heavy Brick Lane, though frankly the biggest draw by far, is the Sunday UpMarket in the Old Truman Brewery.

  1. Sunday UpMarket 91 Brick Lane, The Old Truman Brewery, (entrances on Brick Lane & Hanbury Street), E1 6QL
  2. Until Sun Jul 5
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Village Green Market

Village Green is a young weekly Sunday market in the heart of Hackney. Its smattering of stalls include an array of hangover-worthy food and twee vendors selling everything from pickles to prints.

  1. Village Green Hackney Downs Studios, Amhurst Terrace, E8 2BT
  2. Clapton Overground
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