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    • Graben is a pedestrianized street in the center of Vienna and the heart of Vienna's most famous shopping streets.
    • Graben - is a pedestrianized street in the center of Vienna and one of the most famous streets in Vienna's first district and the heart of Vienna's most famous shopping streets. It begins at Stock-im-Eisen-Platz next to the Palais Equitable and ends at the junction of Kohlmarkt and Tuchlauben. Another street in the first district is called Tiefer Graben (deep ditch). It is crossed by Wipplinger Straße by means of the Hohe Brücke, a bridge about ten metres above street level.
    • In Vienna, a Bespoke Tradition Thrives - International New York Times.
      • Knize, Graben 13, 1010 Vienna, Austria.
      • Knize - "Tradition since 1858." KNIZE’S distinguished history began in the 19th century, when Habsburg Archdukes contracted its services. No other clothier in the world devotes more time to its suits than Knize. Ten days, 7.000 hand stitches, and the skill of Europe’s best tailor go into producing each Knize bespoke suit.
      • Wilhelm Jungmann & Neffe, Albertinaplatz 3, 1010 Vienna, Austria.
      • WILHELM JUNGMANN & Neffe - founded in 1866. Men’s outfitter. Retains its traditional atmosphere as it looks to the future. The company carries 1,200 fabrics, including fine suiting wools, Harris tweeds, cashmeres and even vicuña, and offers in-house tailoring in an oak-wood room filled with bolts of materials on shelves reaching up to soaring ceilings.
    Antwerp Brussels
    • RA - Kloosterstraat 13. Since opening in 2009, RA Antwerp has stood as a platform of support for directional fashion and emerging artistic talent in Antwerp, Belgium. The space in the heart of the city comprises of four key components - a fashion retail concept, a bustling café restaurant, an art gallery space and curated bookstore.
    • Strøget is a carfree zone in Copenhagen, Denmark. This popular tourist attraction in the centre of town is the longest pedestrian shopping area in Europe.
    • THE PEDESTRIAN STREET "STRØGET" - the main shopping street of Copenhagen and the longest pedestrian shopping area in Europe.
      • FIELD'S - Arne Jacobsens Allé 12.
      • Georg Jensen Flagship Store, Amagertorv 4, 1160 Copenhnagen K, Denmark.
      • GEORG JENSEN - flagship store: Amagertorv 4 ("Strøget").
      • ILLUM - since 1891. Flagship store: Østergade 52 ("Strøget").
      • ILLUMS BOLIGHUS - flagship store: Amagertorv 10 ("Strøget").
      • MAGASIN DU NORD - since 1868. Kongens Nytorv 13. The most renowned department store in Copenhagen.
      • Normann Copenhagen - Østerbrogade 70. "Shop Scandinavian design furniture and accessories | Worldwide shipping."
      • ROYAL COPENHAGEN - since 1775. Flagship store: Amagertorv 6 ("Strøget").
    Cannes Lyon Paris Saint-Tropez
    • Promenade de la Croisette.
    • "As a perfect symbiosis between rich and beautiful, Cannes has attracted many Paris shops of Haute Couture and Hauts Prix."

    • Promenade de la Croisette - here you will find Cannes' most expensive shops offering the latest from the high-end brands.
    • Rue d'Antibes
    • Rue Meynadir
    • Les Halles de Lyon.
    • LES HALLES DE LYON - the indoor food market represented by 59 knowledgeable food traders and craftsmen. Official website in French.
    • Louis Vuitton flagship store: 101, avenue des Champs-Élysées.
    • "Every town in the world is hailed as a shopping paradise by the guidebooks, or failing that, by the local chamber of commerce. In Paris, the description fits. The gates to paradise are the eighth and first arrondissements: the Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré, the Avenues Montaigne, François Ier, George V. The High Priests of Haute Couture are housed - or palaced - between Champs-Elysées and the Seine."

    • AVENUE DES CHAMPS-LYSÉES - the main shopping street of Paris.
    • AVENUE MONTAIGNE - dedicated, throughout its length, to high-fashion stores and other exclusive establishments.
    • Gucci Opens First Luggage-Only Store in Paris - "Gucci has officially announced the opening of its first stand-alone luggage store in Paris. The Italian luxury brand makes its way to the coveted Rue Saint-Honoré with a 2,900-square-foot shop that offers the full Gucci Valigeria range. Take a look inside the new shop on Saint-Honoré."
    • Louis Vuitton Dedicates Windows Worldwide to the Late Virgil Abloh - "No Christmas windows yet for Louis Vuitton, still mourning the loss of Virgil Abloh, its artistic director of men’s collections, who died of cancer on Nov. 28 at age 41. The French luxury brand has dedicated the windows of boutiques around the world in a poetic remembrance, displaying large panels of smudged, vibrant color."
    • LVMH opens $894 million luxury shopping destination in Paris - "When Samaritaine Paris Pont-Neuf opens its doors on Wednesday for the first time since closing in 2005 for safety reasons, it will become the newest luxury department store on the Parisian landscape. While Galeries Lafayette is best known for its theatrical balconies and Neo-byzantine glass dome, and Le Bon Marché bills itself as the world's oldest continually operating department store, Samaritaine Paris Pont-Neuf's big draw will be its location."
    • Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré - one of the most fashionable streets in the world thanks to the presence of virtually every major global fashion house.
      • Alain Ducasse's chocolate factory in Paris.
      • Alain Ducasse's chocolate factory - 40, rue de la roquette, 75011 Paris.
      • Angelina, 226 Rue de Rivoli, 75001 Paris, France.
      • Angelina - 226, rue de Rivoli, 75001 Paris, France. A stone’s throw from the Louvre, the Belle Époque interior of this famous French tea salon has been graced by the Paris high society since 1903. Opt for a typical French breakfast or the house speciality: a rich, traditional hot chocolate, which goes exquisitely with a croissant.
      • Au Nain Bleu, 252 Boulevard Saint-Germain, 75007 Paris, France.
      • Au Nain Bleu - since 1836. 252, boulevard Saint-Germain, 75007 Paris. Au Nain Bleu has been delighting children with their charming toys since the early 19th Century. They opened in 1836 and are the oldest toy store in Paris. Although many of their toys are expensive they also offer less pricier pieces and they remain a favored shop among children of all ages.
      • La Bordeauthèque, Galeries Lafayette, 40 Boulevard Haussmann, 75009 Paris, France.
      • BordeauxthÈque - world's largest Bordeaux wine store (owned and run by Duclot, the Bordeaux merchant house owned by Jean Francois Moueix, owner of Pétrus) in Paris flagship luxury department store Galeries Lafayette, 40 Boulevard Haussmann, 75009 Paris.
      • Carrousel du Louvre.
      • Carrousel du Louvre . since 1993. Underground shopping mall. The name refers to two nearby sites, the Louvre museum and the Place du Carrousel. The mall contains a famous skylight, La Pyramide Inversée (the inverted pyramid). Men's fashion, women's fashion, plus well-being, restaurants, leisure activities, etc.
      • Cartier Flagshipstore, 13 Rue de la Paix, 75002 Paris, France.
      • CARTIER - founded in Paris in 1847 by Louis-François Cartier. 13, rue de la Paix.
      • COLETTE - 213, rue Saint-Honoré. Concept store and the preeminent Parisian fashion and style boutique founded in March 1997.
      • E.Dehillerin, 18-20 Rue Coquillière, 75001 Paris, France.
      • E. dehillerin - since 1920. 18-20 Rue Coquillière. "Le spécialiste du matériel de cuisine." Expert in kitchen and pastry tools and cookware.
      • ERIC BOMPARD CASHMERE - 91, avenue des Champs-Élysées.
      • Fauchon, 26 Place de la Madeleine, 75008 Paris, France.
      • FAUCHON - 24-26, place de la Madeleine. The top luxury gourmet store in France.
      • Boutique Fred Vendôme, 7 place Vendôme, 75001 Paris, France.
      • FRED JOAILLIER - founded in 1936. Subsidiary of LVMH. 7, place Vendôme.
      • Galerie de l'Opera de Paris - a superb boutique nestled inside the historic Palais Garnier opera house.
      • Galerie Vivienne, 6 Rue Vivienne, 75002 Paris.
      • Galerie Vivienne - since 1823. The Galerie Vivienne is a passage in the second arrondissement of Paris, France. It is 176 metres (577 ft) long and 3 metres (9.8 ft) wide. The gallery has been registered as a historical monument since 7 July 1974.
      • Galeries Lafayette, 40 Boulevard Haussmann, 75009 Paris.
      • GALERIES LAFAYETTE - 40, boulevard Haussmann. Since 1912. Paris' luxury flagship department store.
      • GIORGIO ARMANI - 18, avenue Montaigne.
      • GOYARD - 233, rue Saint-Honoré. French luggage manufacturer established in 1853.
      • HÉDIARD PARIS - since 1854 a benchmark in luxury fine foods, fruits, spices, tea, coffee, foies gras, gift baskets, and more.
      • HEYRAUD - 5, boulevard de la Madeleine. Shoes & handbags.
      • Lachaume, 103 Rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré, 75008 Paris, France.
      • Lachaume - since 1845. "Maître fleuriste since 1845." Lachaume has little changed since the time of Marcel Proust who came daily to decorate his buttonhole with a fresh cattleya. 103, rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré, 75008 Paris, France.
      • LadurÉe - 75, avenue des Champs-Élysées, 75008 Paris, France. Since 1862. French luxury bakery and sweets maker house. It is one of the top premier sellers of the double-decker macaron, fifteen thousand of which are sold every day. They are still one of the best known makers of macarons in the world.
      • L'Éclaireur, 26 Avenue des Champs Elysées, 75008 Paris, France.
      • L'Éclaireur - 26, avenue des Champs Elysées. "It was in 1980 that Martine and Armand Hadida opened the first L'Éclaireur boutique in Paris. For them, it was a way to affirm their chosen path by proposing a selection of designers embodying directional design talent."
      • LE BON MARCHÉ - 24, rue de Sèvres.
      • LENÔTRE - chocolatier since 1957. 44, rue d’Auteuil.
      • Les Caves de Taillevent, 199, rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré, 75008 Paris, France.
      • LES CAVES DE TAILLEVENT - 199, rue du Faubourg Saint-Honoré.
      • Louis Vuitton flagship store: 101, avenue des Champs-Élysées.
      • LOUIS VUITTON - flagship store: 101, avenue des Champs-Élysées.
      • Louis Vuitton Haute Joaillerie, 23, place Vendôme, 75001 Paris, France.
      • LOUIS VUITTON Haute Joaillerie - 23, place Vendôme.
      • MARNI - 57, avenue Montaigne.
      • MERCI - 111, boulevard Beaumarchais. Haute bespoke parfumerie.
      • Pinel & Pinel, 22, rue Royale, 75008 Paris.
      • Pinel & Pinel - 22, rue Royale. The luxury house well known for its contemporary and bespoke trunks.
      • Apollonia Poilâne.
      • POILÂNE - 49, boulevard de Grenelle, 75015 Paris. "Boulangerie en ligne." The most famous bakery in the world. Widely known for a round, two-kilogram sourdough country bread referred to as a miche or pain Poilâne.
      • Printemps, 64 Boulevard Haussmann, 75009 Paris.
      • PRINTEMPS - 64, boulevard Haussmann. since 1865. Paris flagship department store. Focus on beauty, lifestyle, fashion, accessories, and men's wear.
      • RA - 14 rue de la Corderie. RA has initiated its presence in Paris since 2010 with a series of exhibitions at our temporary space in the Marais district during womens and mens prêt-à-porter fashion weeks. The unique connection with RA Antwerp will continue to evolve, creating an enriched artistic dialogue between the two cities.
      • Salon des Parfums - Cartier, 13 rue de la Paix. Haute bespoke parfumerie.
      • Van Cleef & Arpels Flagship Store, 24, place Vendôme, 75001 Paris, France.
      • VAN CLEEF & ARPELS - founded in 1906. Haute Joaillerie. 24, place Vendôme.
    Berlin Cologne Munich
    • Kaufhaus des Westens | KaDeWe, Tauentzienstr. 21-24, 10789 Berlin.
    • KAUFHAUS DES WESTENS | KADEWE - the second-largest department store in Europe; trumped only by Harrods in London.
    • KurfÜrstendamm - known locally as the Ku'damm, is one of the most famous avenues in Berlin and one of the main shopping streets in former West Berlin, especially for luxury goods. This very broad, long boulevard can be considered the Champs-Élysées of Berlin — full of shops, houses, hotels and restaurants. In particular, many fashion designers have their shops there, as well as several car manufacturers' show rooms.
    • Tauentzienstraße - major shopping street in the western inner city of Berlin. It runs between two important squares, Wittenbergplatz in the east and Breitscheidplatz in the west, where it is continued by the Kurfürstendamm boulevard.
    • 4711 House of Fragrances, Glockengasse 4, 50667 Cologne.
    • 4711 Flagshipstore - since 1792. 4711 House of Fragrances, Glockengasse 4, 50667 Cologne.
    • Dallmayr, Dienerstr. 14-15, Munich, Bavaria, Germany.
    • DALLMAYR - luxury delicatessen food store in Munich, Germany, dating back to the 17th century. Its reputation is comparable to Fauchon in Paris, Fortnum & Mason in London, or Meidi-Ya in Tokyo. About 2.5 million people visit the main store every year. Besides luxury food, Dallmayr also sells a luxury brand of coffee, includes a restaurant, a party service, and other food related services.
    • Kaufingerstraße - one of the major shopping streets in Munich.
    • Neuhauser Straße - one of the main shopping streets of Munich.
    • Andrássy Avenue.
    • AndrÁssy Avenue - Budapest’s answer to Paris’ Champs-Élysées. Hungarian: Andrássy út is a 2,310-metre iconic boulevard in Budapest, dating back to 1872. It links Erzsébet Square with the Városliget. Lined with spectacular Neo-renaissance mansions and townhouses featuring fine facades and interiors, it was recognised as a World Heritage Site in 2002. It is also one of Budapest's main shopping streets, with fine cafes, restaurants, theatres, and luxury boutiques.
    Florence Milan Naples
    Rome Venice
    • Via de' Tornabuoni - best place to shop in Florence.
    • VIA DE' TORNABUONI - or Via Tornabuoni - the Fifth Avenue of Florence - is a luxurious street of the center of Florence that goes from Antinori square to ponte Santa Trinita, across Santa Trinita square, characterised by the presence of fashion boutiques.
    • Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II, Piazza del Duomo, Milan, Italy. The oldest shopping mall in Italy.
    • Quadrilatero della moda - 'Quadrilatero d'Oro', 'Quadrilateral of Fashion', Via Montenapoleone fashion district, is a high-class shopping district in the centre of the Italian city of Milan, characterised by the presence of numerous boutiques and related retail outlets which represent most of the world’s major fashion houses. The sides of the quadrilateral, located to the south of the arches of Porta Nuova, are formed by Via Montenapoleone (SW), Via Manzoni (NW), Via della Spiga (NE), and Corso Venezia (SE); this last meets Via Montenapoleone at Piazza San Babila. Streets inside this area include Via Borgospesso, Via Santo Spirito, Via Gesù, Via Sant'Andrea, and Via Bagutta. The zone extends in practice also to the north-west of Via Manzoni with Via Pisoni, and to the south and west of Via Montenapoleone with Corso Giacomo Matteotti, Piazza Meda, Via San Pietro all'Orto, and Via Verri.
    • VIA DELLA SPIGA - one of Milan's most prestigious and upscale shopping streets.
    • VIA MONTENAPOLEONE - the main shopping street of Milan. Nicknamed 'Montenapo' by the Milanese, is an elegant and expensive street in Milan, famous for its ready-to-wear fashion and jewelry shops.
      • 10 Corso Como - slow shopping.
      • BOTTEGA VENETA - via Montenapoleone 5.
      • Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II - often nicknamed il salotto di Milano, or Milan's drawing room, due to its numerous shops and importance as a common Milanese meeting and dining place. Built between 1865 and 1877. The Galleria connects two of Milan's most famous landmarks: The Duomo (Milan Cathedral) and the Teatro Alla Scala.
      • Gucci flagship store: Via Monte Napoleone 5-7, 20121 Milano.
      • Gucci - flagship store: Via Monte Napoleone 5-7.
      • LUCIANO BARBERA - "The Classic Original Italian Style."
      • VALEXTRA - flagship store.
    • Monte-Carlo
    • Art in time - "Rare mechanical creations and more..." ART IN TIME is based on a unique concept in watchmaking: bringing together niche brands on the basis of their common values rather than their types of watch, ranges, or similar styles. In addition to these values, the houses in question all share the same founding inspiration, characterised by independence, creativity, and exclusivity. ONE MONTE CARLO, Place du Casino, 98000 Monaco.
    • Carré d'Or, MC-9800 Monte-Carlo, Monaco.
    • CarrÉ d'Or - The "Carré d’Or" boutiques bear the most famous names in luxury and offer you the latest creations from fashion designers such as Hermès, Céline, Christian Dior, Saint Laurent Rive Gauche, Louis Vuitton, Gucci, Chanel, Prada, Ichthys and more. The Place du Casino and the neighbouring roads (Avenue Monte-Carlo, Avenue des Beaux Arts, Allées Lumières) create one enormous jewellery shop with Cartier, Chopard, Van Cleef Arpels, Bulgari, Piaget, Repossi and others. For art lovers, the many antique dealers or designers are available to you, including Fersen, Adriano Ribolzi, Gismondi and many more famous names.
    • Chopard, Place du Casino, Café de Paris, Monte-Carlo.
    • Chopard - Place du Casino, Café de Paris, Monte-Carlo. High Jewellery.
    • Le Dressing was founded by Helen Rimsberg in year 2000.
    • Le Dressing - 2, rue des Orangers & 1, rue Princesse Florestine. "We BUY, SELL, and TRADE designer luxury clothes, handbags, accessories, watches and jewelry from brands such as Hermes, Chanel, Louis Vuitton, ..."
    • mcmarket, 3-11 Avenue des Spélugues, MC-9800 Monte-Carlo, Monaco.
    • mcmarket - 3-11 Avenue des Spélugues, Monte-Carlo. Luxury goods.
    • Métropole Shopping Center, 17, avenue des Spélugues, MC-9800 Monte-Carlo, Monaco.
    • MÉtropole Shopping Center - 17, avenue des Spélugues, Monte-Carlo. 80 boutiques, opposite the Casino Gardens welcomes you into a luxury décor of beautiful marble under a magnificent period chandelier.
    • Zegg & Cerlati, 1 Place du Casino, MC-9800 Monte-Carlo, Monaco.
    • ZEGG & CERLATI - 1, place du Casino, Monte-Carlo. Luxury jewelry and watches.
    Amsterdam Schiphol
    • Kalverstraat - busy shopping street of Amsterdam, also the most expensive shopping street in the Netherlands.
    • P.C. Hooftstraat, Amsterdam.
    • P.C. Hooftstraat - "Fifth Avenue of Amsterdam." Posh and expensive shopping street in Amsterdam. Home to some of the most expensive apartments in the country, and the international luxury brands target those well-heeled locals.
    • Amsterdam Airport Schiphol, Evert van de Beekstraat 202, 1118 CP Schiphol, Netherlands.
    • Schiphol Amsterdam Airport - indoor shopping in more than 100 stores. Schiphol has large shopping areas as a source of revenue and as an additional attraction for passengers. Schiphol Plaza is the shopping centre before customs, hence it is used by air travelers and non-traveling visitors.
    Moscow Saint Petersburg
    • Gum department store facing Red Square, Moscow, Russia.
    • GUM - founded in 1893. The name of the principal department store in many cities of the former Soviet Union.
    • Moscow's palatial Yeliseyevsky food hall closes after 120 years - "Yeliseyevsky Food Emporium, an iconic food hall set in a palace in Moscow, is closing its doors after 120 years in business. It was opened in 1901, in a mansion on Tverskaya Street in the centre of the city belonging to Princess Zinaida Volkonskaya."
    • TSUM - one of the most renowned department stores in Moscow.
      Saint Petersburg
    • The Passage, Nevsky Avenue.
    • The Passage - elite department store on Nevsky Avenue, which celebrated its 150th anniversary in 1998.
    • Calle Serrano, Madrid.
    • Calle Serrano - in Madrid's wealthiest neighborhood the Salamanca district. Most of the great international brands and designers are found here.
    • Drottninggatan, Stockholm.
    • Drottninggatan - major pedestrian street and Stockholms most visited street for shopping.
    • Why Ikea sells Swedish meatballs - "Ikea's restaurants were failing. Then it turned to Swedish meatballs."
      • NORDISKA KOMPANIET - famous department store. Hamngatan 18-20.
      • W.A. Bolin, Sturegatan 6, 114 35 Stockholm, Sweden.
      • W.A. BOLIN - founded in 1791. Located at Sturegatan 6, Stockholm, Sweden. The world’s oldest jeweller family still in business today. Court Jeweller to five Russian tsars (1790-1916 in St. Petersburg) and three Swedish kings.
  • GLOBUS DEPARTMENT STORES - founded in 1907. "Savoir Vivre." Has stores in all major Swiss cities. The chain sells mostly upscale goods, including clothing, cosmetics, jewelry and household supplies.
  • Geneva Gstaad St. Moritz Zurich
    • The Jet d'Eau fountain, icon of Geneva.
    • RUE DU RHÔNE - the Rue du Rhône is the luxury shoppers' paradise where the most prestigious brands vie with one another in elegance and style..
      • BUCHERER - founded in 1888. 45, Rue du Rhône.
      • Chopard Flagship Store, 27 Rue du Rhône, 1204 Geneva, Switzerland.
      • CHOPARD - founded in 1860. Flagship Store, 27 Rue du Rhône.
    • The Promenade.
    • THE PROMENADE - in the center of the village of Gstaad, the Promenade is a group of shops that fits its name perfectly. People come here for a stroll and to enjoy the elegant fashion boutiques, jewelers, art galleries, and busy restaurants, not to forget the shops offering regional products. The Promenade, transformed into a pedestrian area in 1996, gives everyone a moment of peace and pleasure.
      St. Moritz
    • Via Serlas is to St. Moritz what the Bahnhofstrasse is to Zurich. Or Rodeo Drive to Los Angeles. Merely on a smaller, more intimate scale.
    • Via Serlas - all the prestigious names on the international fashion scene are lined up together. Via Serlas is to St. Moritz what the Bahnhofstrasse is to Zurich. Or Rodeo Drive to Los Angeles. Merely on a smaller, more intimate scale. In addition to the many fashion stores, St. Moritz shoppers will also find sparkling gemstones, stylish designer furniture, fine wine and a superb choice of delicatessens. Yet it is never far to the next little street where local specialties await, for example: Hatecke’s fat-free designer salsiz and haute-couture ham, Glattfelder’s caviar and original homemade coffee mixtures or Hanselmann’s legendary Engadine nut-torte.
    • Bahnhofstrasse, Zurich.
    • BAHNHOFSTRASSE - Zurich's main downtown street and one of the world's most expensive and exclusive shopping avenues.
    • Grand Bazaar.
    • Egyptian Bazaar - since 1660. One of the largest bazaars in the city. Located in Fatih, in the neighborhood of Eminönü, it is the second largest covered shopping complex after the Grand Bazaar.
    • Grand Bazaar - since 1455. One of the largest and oldest covered markets in the world, with more than 58 covered streets and over 4,000 shops.
    • List of shopping malls in Istanbul - Wikipedia.
    • NiŞantaŞi District - the luxury fashion district for fine Istanbul shopping includes the stores of world famous brands and has many popular cafés, pubs, restaurants and night clubs.
    United Kingdom
    Gateshead London
    • Metrocentre.
    • METROCENTRE - largest shopping center in Europe.
    • Fortnum & Mason.
    • "Over one thousand shops in London sell their fine British wares By Appointment to Her Majesty the Queen, but not by appointment only. Those unadorned with the Royal Coat of Arms of the British Court emblazoned on their façade try to serve other courts; the Danish one, for exemple, or the Dutch. Royalty from all over the world are among the regular buyers between St. James Street and Savile Row, but crown jewellery isn't necessarily always at the top of the shopping list. The courtly objects range from pipes by Dunhill to dogfood by Clark. Style, even in the nonaffiliated stores, is definitely royal, and London remains the most elegant, exclusive and elitist shopping mecca in the world."

      "England is a nation of shopkeepers." - Napoleon Bonaparte.

    • 'Biba:' The iconic London store where Anna Wintour was a shop girl - "Big Biba, the seven-floor Art Deco emporium on London’s fashionable Kensington High Street featured a soup stand inspired by Andy Warhol, a roof garden featuring real flamingos and penguins, and a much-lauded celebrity hotspot the &339;Rainbow Room'."
    • BOND STREET - Old & New Bond Streets are major shopping streets in London.
    • Carnaby Street - pedestrianised shopping street in the City of Westminster, London, located in the Soho district, near Oxford Street and Regent Street. It is home to numerous fashion and lifestyle retailers, including a large number of independent fashion boutiques.
    • Christmas lights go up in London's Oxford Street ahead of the big switch-on in November - "The event is expected to run from early November to early January."
    • Debenhams' remaining stores to close for the final time as COVID shutdown ends more than 240 years of retail history - "The department store chain, a staple of high streets since 1778, collapsed into administration weeks after the virus fully hit."
    • Harrods begins £200m refurbishment - the biggest in the department store’s 170-year history - The Telegraph.
    • JERMYN STREET - the shops are almost exclusively aimed at the Gentleman's market and is famous for its resident shirtmakers.
    • OXFORD STREET - the main shopping street of London.
    • PORTOBELLO ROAD - on Saturdays it is home to Portobello Road Market, one of London's notable street markets, known for its second-hand clothes and antiques.
    • REGENT STREET - one of the major shopping streets in London's West End.
    • SAVILE ROW tailors - "Golden mile of tailoring".
    • Selfridges sold as part of £4bn deal - "Deal with Thai and Austrian firms includes the four UK stores and raises hopes for Oxford Street redevelopment."
    • Shop Like the Queen Shops for Herself - "Give yourself (or, you know, friends and family) the royal treatment this holiday season."
      • 127 - 127 Brick Lane. "Opened in 2005, 127 offers a selection of clothes, shoes and accessories from both current and past collections of up and coming designers as well as more established brands."
      • Abercrombie & Fitch - flagship store: 7 Burlington Gardens, Mayfair.
      • Allens of Mayfair, 117 Mount St, London W1K 3LA, England, U.K.
      • Allens of Mayfair - since 1830. 117 Mount St, London W1K 3LA, U.K. "Online Butchers - Quality Fresh Meat." The shop is manned 20 hours a day to provide quality meat to many of London’s finest establishments including the Connaught, Claridge’s, The Dorchester, The Berkeley and The Savoy. "London's oldest butcher is now online, offering the best seasonal meat products available. Prime Scottish Beef, Steaks, Lamb, Pork, Veal, Poultry, Chicken, Duck ..."
      • Apple’s Stunning New London Store Showcases Company’s Focus On AR - "Inside Apple Brompton Road, the newest Apple Store: It’s gorgeous. The familiar light colors and appealing surfaces, attractive wooden tables mounted with every Apple product. It has trees, along the windows and through the store, adding an outside-in feel to the whole thing. The 12 Sicilian ficus trees at the front look inviting and welcoming, and touch on how Apple is evoking a sense of location here."
      • Asprey London Flagship Store, 167 New Bond Street, London W1S 4AY, U.K.
      • ASPREY - London Flagship Store, 167 New Bond Street. "British Luxury Goods Since 1781." The British Royal family’s personal jewelers.
      • AUSTIN REED - 103 Regent Street.
      • BEAUCHAMP PLACE - shop where royalty and celebrities shop, browse the boutiques.
      • Boodles, Bond Street, 178 New Bond St., London W1S 4RH, U.K.
      • BOODLES - Bond Street, 178 New Bond St. "Britains Finest Jewellers since 1798."
      • BRIONI - 32 Bruton Street.
      • British designer & Creative Director Christopher Bailey introduces Burberry's new flagship store, 121 Regent Street, London W1B 4TB, U.K.
      • BURBERRY - 121 Regent Street. The new Burberry World Live Flagship. The largest Burberry store in the world. A space where the digital world meets the physical, the new Burberry store welcomes you to try on clothes in front of a mirror that transforms into a screen. Watch how the piece you’re wearing was made and what it looks like in full-flow on the catwalk. Members of staff all have iPads at the ready to help you find exactly what you’re looking for and guest WiFi is available throughout the store - perfect for all you tweeters. Upon entry into the store, a huge screen complete with speakers and stage is there to welcome you. There may even be a live acoustic set, showcasing the best of Britain’s new emerging artists. This is the epitome of shopping in style.
      • Burlington Arcade.
      • BURLINGTON ARCADE - is a covered shopping arcade in London that runs behind Bond Street from Piccadilly through to Burlington Gardens. It is one of the precursors of the mid-19th century European shopping gallery and the modern shopping centre. The Burlington Arcade was built "for the sale of jewellery and fancy articles of fashionable demand, for the gratification of the public". The Arcade opened in 1819 and is the world's first shopping mall.
      • CHANEL BOUTIQUE - 26 Old Bond Street.
      • DAKS - 10 Old Bond Street. UK. Design, manufacture and retail of tailored garments and accessories for men and women.
      • FORTNUM & MASON - 181 Piccadilly since 1707. "The original experts in hampers".
      • Foyles, 113-119 Charing Cross Road, London WC2H 0EB, England, U.K.
      • FOYLES - since 1903. Once listed in the Guinness Book of Records as the world's largest bookshop in terms of shelf area (30 miles/50 kilometres) and number of titles on display. In the past, it was famed for its anachronistic, eccentric and sometimes infuriating business practices; so much so that it was a tourist attraction. It has since modernised, opened new branches and established an on-line store. Headquarters: 107 Charing Cross Road, London.
      • Garrard Flagship Store, 24 Albemarle Street, London W1S 4HT, U.K.
      • GARRARD - the oldest jeweller in the world, established 1735. 24 Albemarle Street.
      • Court Hairdresser & Perfurmer Geo. F. Trumper, 9 Curzon Street, London W1J 5HQ, England, U.K.
      • Geo. F. Trumper - Gentlemen's Hairdresser, The Mayfair Shop, 9 Curzon Street, London W1J 5HQ, U.K. "London's Favourite barber, hairdresser and perfumer since 1875. Geo. F. Trumper is recognised as the finest traditional gentlemen's barber in London and is known throughout the world for its matchless range of gentlemen's fragrances and grooming products."
      • GOYARD - 116, Mount Street. French luggage manufacturer established in 1853.
      • Graff Flagship Store, 6-8 New Bond Street, London W1S 3SJ, U.K.
      • GRAFF - founded in 1960. "The Most Fabulous Jewels in the World." Flagship Store, 6-8 New Bond Street.
      • Harrods, 87-135 Brompton Rd, Knightsbridge, London SW1X 0NA, U.K.
      • HARRODS - founded in 1849. The biggest department store in Europe. Owner as of 8 May 2010: Qatar Investment Authority. 87-135 Brompton Road.
      • HARVEY NICHOLS - the flagship store on the corner of Knightsbridge and Sloane Street.
      • HOSTEM - 43 Redchurch Street. New men’s establishment in the heart of London’s East End.
      • H.Huntsman & Sons, 11 Savile Row.
      • HUNTSMAN - 11 Savile Row. Established 1849. A doyen of Savile Row with the reputation for the most expensive and exquisite, bespoke suits. Famous past and present customers include Charlie Watts, Bing Crosby, Dirk Bogarde, Gregory Peck, Rex Harrison, Douglas Fairbanks Jr.
      • JOHN LEWIS - the first John Lewis store was opened in 1864 in Oxford Street, London. "Never Knowingly Undersold". Chain of upmarket department stores operating throughout Great Britain.
      • LAYERS LONDON - 16 Conduit Street. Layers London sources the finest avant-garde and artisanal men and womenswear designers from around the world. A place where fashion, art, music and literature are all housed within one of London’s most unique conceptual spaces.
      • Liberty London, Regent St, London W1B 5AH, U.K.
      • LIBERTY - since 1875. The iconic Liberty store at: Regent Street (main entrance is located on Great Marlborough Street). The department store sells a wide range of luxury goods including women’s, men’s and children’s fashion, cosmetics and fragrances, jewellery, accessories, homeware, furniture, stationery and gifts. Liberty is known for its floral and graphic prints.
      • LN-CC | Late Night Chameleon Cafe, 18 Shacklewell Lane, Dalston, London E8 2EZ, U.K.
      • LN-CC | Late Night Chameleon Cafe - 18 Shacklewell Lane, Dalston, London E8 2EZ, U.K. The LN-CC store space acts as an evolving platform of curated ideas that encompasses menswear, womenswear, music, and books. The store consists of four individual product rooms, a library, a record store, gallery and a club space for private events with custom built, vintage sound system. The store is open 7 days a week and operates on an appointment-only basis. Booking an appointment is simple, and can be done by phone or by email. For an appointment please call us on +44 (0)20 7275 7265 or send an email to with your preferred time and date.
      • The London Silver Vaults, Chancery Lane, London WC2A 1QS, England, U.K.
      • London Silver Vaults - "The home of silver shopping." Located in Chancery Lane, between the City and West End, The London Silver Vaults is home to the largest retail collection of fine antique silver in the world. Behind the huge safe doors and within its vaulted walls, you can find anything from a champagne swizzle stick to a full size silver armchair!
      • Marks & Spencer 485 Oxford Street Flagship Store.
      • MARKS & SPENCER - flagship store: Marble Arch, London, on 485 Oxford Street.
      • Mikimoto, 179 Bond Street, London W1S 4RJ, U.K.
      • MIKIMOTO - in 1893 founder Kokichi Mikomoto became the first in the world to successfully culture a pearl. 179 Bond Street.
      • OXYGEN BOUTIQUE - 38 Eastcastle Street. An arty London store specialising in quirky New York labels.
      • Peter Jones, Sloane Square, Chelsea, London SW1W 8EL, Englannd, U.K.
      • Peter Jones - large department store in central London located in Sloane Square, Chelsea. The Duchess of Cambridge's favorite department store.
      • A 360 degree view from inside the Piccadilly Arcade.
      • Piccadilly Arcade - runs between Piccadilly and Jermyn Street in central London. It was opened in 1909, having been designed by Thrale Jell. The main entrance is on the south side of Piccadilly directly opposite to the Burlington Arcade. It contains sixteen high class shops, many of which sell clothing especially shirts.
      • ROJA PERFUMES BRAND SHOP - at Harrods, 87-135 Brompton Road, Knightsbridge.
      • ROLAND MOURET - 8 Carlos Place, Mayfair.
      • Sautter Cigars, 106 Mount Street, Mayfair, London W1K 2TW, England, U.K.
      • Sautter - since 1961. "Finest Havana Cigars." 106 Mount Street, Mayfair, London W1K 2TW, England, U.K.
      • SELFRIDGES - 400 Oxford Street.
      • The Jet Business, One Grosvenor Place, Knightsbridge, London SW1X 7JH, U.K.
      • The Jet Business - The Jet Business, One Grosvenor Place, Knightsbridge, London SW1X 7JH, U.K. "The world's first ever street-level corporate aviation showroom for the acquisition and sale of private jet aircraft and ancillary services."
      • THE LIBRARY - 268 Brompton Road. Avantgarde men's fashion.
      • The Vintage Watch Company, 24 Burlington Arcade, London W1J 0PS, U.K.
      • The Vintage Watch Company - "The Vintage Watch Company was established in 1995 dedicated to showcasing Vintage Rolex wristwatches from c1910 - c1970. Our collection of over 2000 pieces is simply unparalleled and we are proud to have become a destination store for the world." 24 Burlington Arcade, London W1J 0PS, U.K.
      • Thomas Goode, 9 South Audley Street, Mayfair, London, W1K 2BN, England, U.K.
      • Thomas Goode - 9 South Audley Street, Mayfair. Since 1827. "Purveyors of Luxury." Home of the world’s finest china, silverware & glassware.
      • Turnbull & Asser, 71-72 Jermyn St, London SW1Y 6PF, England, U.K.
      • TURNBULL & ASSER - established 1885. 71 & 72 Jermyn Street, London. Bespoke shirtmaker. Over 1,000 different shirt fabrics alone are available to customers who wish to express their individuality through the clothes they wear.
      • UDESHI - 8 Davies, Mayfair. Luxury mens fashion and apparel.
      • WESTFIELD - shopping centre in Shepherd's Bush in the London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham. Under one roof more than 265 shops from over 15 countries.
      • WILLIAM & SON - 10 Mount Street, Mayfair. Flagship luxury goods store. Founded by William Asprey, seventh generation member of the Asprey family, in 1999.
      • ZAGLIANI - 8 Sloane Street. Italian luxury handbags.
      • ZARA STORES - Oxford Street area.
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