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London Shopping

London has high end retailers like Harrods, exotic fashion houses like Dover Street Market, and huge shopping centers like Westfield. Some of the most popular shopping streets in London include Oxford Street, Regent Street, Jermyn Street, Bond Street, Mayfair Street, Savile Row, and Covent Garden.

However, your shopping experience can actually start at Heathrow shops. Terminal 4 has souvenir, electronic, and book shops, among others. Shops are located Before Security Control, After Security Control, and Arrivals. Before Security Control shops include Boots, The Excess Baggage Company, Rolling Luggage, and WH Smith. After Security Control shops include Austin Reed, Best of the Best Supercars, Borders, Burberry, Cartier, Caviar House & Prunier, and Chocolate Box. And the main shop in arrivals is WH Smith.

Harrods is one of the most famous luxury department stores in the world. It is well-known for the quality of its gifts, cosmetics, clothing, accessories, and bags.

Dover Street Market
Dover Street Market is a multilevel fashion retail store located in Mayfair that was designed by Rei Kawakubo, who created the Japanese label Comme des Garcons.

Westfield London
Westfield London has over 275 high-street shops selling more than 700 brand names, including Ted Baker, All Saints and Louis Vuitton.

Oxford Street
Oxford Street has over 300 stores, including department stores like Debenhams and John Lewis.

Regent Street
Regent Street has fashion shops, as well as famous shops like The Apple Store, Liberty, and Hamley’s.

Jermyn Street
Jermyn Street is well-known for its men’s clothing stores, and has famous shops like Charles Tyrwhitt, the shirt maker, and John Lobb, the shoe shop.

Bond Street to Mayfair Street
Luxury shops are found on New Bond Street, Old Bond Street, and Mayfair Street. This exclusive shopping area has iconic retail names like Louis Vuitton and Tiffany & Co and Burberry.

Savile Row
Savile Row offers the best in British tailoring and the tuxedo was invented by a tailor here. The suits here are handcrafted. Big retail names include Ozwald Boateng, Huntsman & Sons, and Gieves & Hawkes.

Covent Garden
Covent Garden has gift shops, jewelry stores, cosmetic boutiques, shoe stores. In addition, Covent Garden Market is known for its arts and crafts.

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