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Browns East

Sift your way through the world’s top designers and the coolest next-gen brands in this gender-neutral space. If browsing leads to buying, avail of the Club team which makes it their business to source any piece in any size within 60 minutes. In addition to offering A+ service, Browns East also hosts regular events and one-of-a-kind brand installations with key names of the moment.

Leila’s Shop

Leila McAlister’s eclectic food store is stocked with fresh, seasonal fruit and veg, breads and cheeses. Head here post brunch (at its sister café) and pick up a Chegworth Farm juice or a selection of chutneys and jams from Tracklements. Take your haul home or gift to friends who live nearby – a good trade off for an evening spent east.

Monologue

Brimming with contemporary goods – think sleek furniture and quirky accessories – Monologue prioritises conceptual design and emerging designers. Fans of Scandi-inspired decor will find this homewares shop particularly pleasing.

House of Hackney

Fan of a striking print? House of Hackney is entirely your vibe. It was founded by husband-and-wife team Frieda Gormley and Javvy M Royle in 2011 and is committed to British manufacturing. Shop the brand’s range of dazzlingly maximalist designs at this split-level store: we’re cuckoo for its cushions.

Aimé

Aimé has expanded from its original home in Westbourne Grove to the ever-trendy Redchurch Street. Selling all the most stylish Parisienne labels including Isabel Marant, A.P.C., Masscob and Forte Forte. Think Clémence Poésy with that effortless chic that the French always seem to get so right.

Aida

This cool concept store showcases an amazing selection of clothes for both men and women in an industrial interior. Just in case you’re not tempted already, you’ll also find a vintage beauty salon and café inside. Browse the mix of indie chic clothing labels while sipping on a cup of coffee, or imagine you are back in the 1930s getting your hair and make-up done.

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Boxpark

Built out of shipping containers, Boxpark is a pop-up shopping mall next to Shoreditch High Street station. Not your average retail park, it’s filled with a mix of innovative local and global fashion brands, as well as cafés, restaurants and galleries. Take a stroll around the shops before heading to the upper deck for some hearty street-food-style fare, washed down with a cold craft beer or rum punch.

Sunspel

Founded in 1860 Sunspel has a history of quality, a true pioneer of British craftsmanship committed to simple, everyday clothing using the finest materials and old-fashioned techniques. Originally just a menswear store they now also have a line for women.

Son of a Stag

The Son of a Stag stocks several mid-range designers and specialise in denim; the owner is an expert and they stock a wide variety of denim brands including the uber cool Japanese specialists EDWIN along with the classic Levi’s and Wranglers. The majority of the stock is menswear, however, there is a small yet sleek range devoted to ladies. Its alluring window displays can be admired from the smoking area in The Big Chill bar opposite, it can be a tempting to indulge in a post-drink spree.

The Goodhood Store

Having become synonymous with effortless style, Goodhood has a well-chosen array of independent brands for both men and women. Spread over two floors, the interior is decked out in hanging plants, wooden fixtures and large light displays. Also stocking homeware, stationary and beauty/grooming products, this is the place to go for chic lifestyle goodies.

SCP

Housed in an old mattress factory in the middle of the Shoreditch triangle, SCP is one of London’s largest design stores. Spread over two floors and featuring both international brands and SCP’s own designs, expect to find beautiful contemporary furniture, lighting and home accessories.

Labour and Wait

For the budding domestic goddess, Labour and Wait is a haven of kitchenware. The small shop makes you feel like you’ve stepped back about 60 years in time with its range of practical goods, all with a simple, classic design – a refreshing change to the complex gadgets of today. The shop also has a small selection of vintage clothing and old-fashioned gifts that are worth perusing.

Modern Society

Founded and curated by Nazifa Movsoumova, Modern Society brings together beautiful clothing, accessories, art, homeware and locally sourced food. With a playlist as well-chosen as the products, you could spend hours discovering new designers (we particularly like Sandy Liang), finding thoughtful and unique gifts or flicking through an independent magazine over the Modbar’s signature ‘coffee tonic’ and a brownie.

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