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Nearest Tube: Oxford Circus Kings Road The road gained a reputation for cutting edge fashion back in the 1960s and 70s which perhaps it doesnt quite have nowadays, however it still features many independent clothes and shoe shops.
There are also a number of contemporary furnishing stores and a huge array of bars and restaurants.
Islington is not the obvious London shopping destination, but well worth a look.
Nearest Tube: Angel Camden Town If you're after a more bohemian London shopping experience than that offered by Knightsbridge or Bond Street, then get yourself up to Camden.
If its antiques youre after or specialist interior furnishings then youll be more than ably catered for here.
Oxford Street Britain's busiest high street and London's best known shopping area is chock-a-block full of the nation's most popular shops over 300 in fact.
Many of the biggest high street names have their flagship stores here and the street also boasts the oldest record shop in the world (HMV at number 363).
Its an incredibly diverse area racially and culturally, has a thriving gay community and has also become the media capital over recent years.
Soho is busy and untidy but well worth the experience.
It features all of the well known chain stores, plenty of one-offs, department stores (the main one being Barkers), an array of antique shops (in nearby Kensington Church Street) and numerous restaurants.