One Aldwych is perfectly located for discovering the independent boutiques, designer shops and historial markets in Covent Garden.
Beauty & Grooming
Originally a pop-up, Chanel first beauty boutique has become the chicest place for beauty addicts to get their makeup fix.
Original fragrances and gorgeous gifts which will transform the ordinary rituals of daily life into extraordinary experiences
Organic, natural health and beauty products
Discover exquisite fragrances and archived classics at this quintessentially English perfumery. The perfumer by royal appointment is dispensing its scents for discerning modern dandies and bold women from two stores in Covent Garden.
Finely crafted home and lifestyle products ranging from sleek handbags to heirloom leather-bound photo albums
Browse for luxury leather handbags and accessories by this iconic British brand
This American stalwart brings James Street to life with his latest accessories store.
This jewellery shop celebrates feminine beauty with a little edge and a lot of cool
Covent Garden celebrates another UK first with the arrival of luxury fashion brand Burberry Brit to King Street.
Inspired by a quintessentially English Country Manor House, this is Hobbs flagship store
An emporium of classically inspired, preppy British clothing for young adults
Shop for functional tailoring and luxurious separates at this admired fashion designers store
Designers of beautiful shoes
Truly exceptional and timeless shoes for gentlemen
Classic designs with a contemporary twist for both men and women
Sample the sweet delights and refined flavours from these Parisian macaroon specialists in the Piazza
Neal's Yard Dairy
The place to find the best farm cheese from the British Isles
Filled to the brim with pick 'n' mix and hand-made fudge
The Apple Store
Spread over three floors, in a Grade 1 listed building
This independent toy store specialises in traditional theatre models and toys and has been making kids (and big kids) smile since the 1880s
London's largest stock of antique prints, from the 17th to early 20th Century
Segar and Snuff
One of London's last remaining tobacco specialists
A distinctive shopping destination which is pedestrianised and full of cheerful young and trendy shops. Kingly Court is an open air courtyard with three floors of independent fashion and lifestyle boutiques.
From Gucci and Louis Vuitton to Bulgari, Bond Street is home to the most elegant designer shops in London. Burlington Arcade is a treasure trove for accessories whilst Fortnum and Mason on Piccadilly is famed for it's fine food so make sure you enjoy a naughty ice-cream in the parlour!
This is the UK's most famous shopping street and home to Selfridges, a store with lavish window displays and the biggest shoe department in the world! St Christopher's Square is full of busy cafés and is a great place for lunch.
A network of streets between Russel Square and Holborn are attracting quirky, entrepreneurial small businesses to an unspoilt corner of London. The picturesque Lamb's Conduit Street is the sohpisticated home to numerous independent boutiques.
Iconic Harrods is the largest shop in the UK and has a legendary food hall whilst Harvey Nichols is a must visit destination for any fashionista on a shopping mission.
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