London’s High Street Stores
The streets of London are packed with fantastic shops where you can get the latest fashions without a designer price tag.
Britain’s biggest fashion high street retailer with up to the minute clothing fashion and accessories. There are over 300 stores in UK and orders are also shipped to countries all over the world. A favourite shop with celebrities including supermodel Kate Moss who has even designed a range of clothing for the store.
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The Swedish fashion store is the world’s second biggest clothing retailer by sales showcasing essential and trendy pieces at great prices. You can find clothing from international designers and style icons, including Beyoncé, Isabel Marant and Alexander Wang.
This Spanish based store is the world’s largest fashion retailer showcasing designer looks with reasonable pricing. Delighted shoppers include the Dutches of Cambridge, Selina Gomez and Coleen Rooney.
River Island are pioneers of the latest fashion trends with stylish affordable fashion. You can shop for a total brand new look including fabulous shoes and bags.
Reiss is a modern global fashion brand with innovative products of exceptional quality and detail. Reiss offers stylish women’s and men’s clothing and has been one of only a few British retailers to break into the American market.
For more than 95 years Dorothy Perkins has been offering affordable fashion clothing and accessories in sizes 6-22. Their collections include Petite, Tall and Maternity clothing and fashions are updated weekly.
Gap is an American multinational clothing retailer with nearly 150 stores in UK. It originally targeted the younger generation but now appeals to the whole family from babies to men and women. The small clothing retailer Banana Republic was purchased by Gap in the 1980’s and rebranded as an upscale clothing retailer.
This global retailer is based in UK and sells mens and womens well designed fashionable clothing. A range of accessories and homewares has been added including toiletries, sunglasses, watches and shoes. It became notorious for using the brand name “fcuk” in the early 2000s. It has over 130 stores in UK and also sells its products through concessions in department stores and in other specialist retailers such as Boots and Specsavers.
Formally a British owned chain of high street shops but in May 2015 was sold to a South African investment company. It has the hottest fashions for women, men and teens in 569 stores across UK, Europe, China, North Africa, the Middle East and Asia. They react quickly to fashion trends and can have new styles from design stage to shop floor within 13 weeks.