Retro Woman

Shopping, Womenswear Notting Hill
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Part of the Music and Goods Exchange which includes Retro Man at number 34 Pembridge Road, as well as branches in Camden and Soho, Retro Woman is a cross between a vintage emporium and a pawn shop. As such, any decade goes; you could buy or sell Victorian jewellery as easily as last season’s Marc Jacobs. Prices reflect the designer stock on offer with customers paying up to £700 for high end handbags. There’s nothing pretentious about the premises though: it feels a bit like a charity shop, but one where you’re guaranteed to find Vivienne Westwood, Rupert Sanderson, Viktor & Rolf, Proenza Schouler and Alexander McQueen. There are some real designer bargains to be had too, from box fresh Jimmy Choos for £140 to a nearly new Richard Nicoll coat for just £100.


Venue name: Retro Woman
Address: 20 Pembridge Road
W11 3HL
Opening hours: Open 10am-8pm Daily
Transport: Tube: Notting Hill Gate tube
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Ruby L

if you have good authentic designer clothes don't sell them here. The buyers try to take advantage of people who are not aware of the value of their goods. They wanted to give me £10 for a pair of Jimmy choos I had worn once and £10 for brand new unworne boots! They make faces wanting me to think they didn't like my items when really they are think great stuff! Tatty store


Literally my favourite shop in London, I picked up an amazing Armani coat for £40 last year! A bit cluttered but well worth hunting through.