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Top shopping destinations in London - London's Best Shopping Hubs

As one of the fashion capitals of the world London is a shopaholic's dream come true. From luxury goods to flagship boutiques here are the British capital's top destinations for discerning shoppers.

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Oxford Street

Oxford Street

Located at the heart of the British capital Oxford Street is home to some of the city's most popular designer stores and flagship boutiques. With more than 300 storefronts occupying its confines the landmark outlets vying for shopper's attention down Oxford Street include Debenhams and Selfridges department stores. John Lewis department store is also found here while the street's lesser known retail hubs are located in nooks such as Berwick Street and St Christopher's Place .

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Mayfair and Bond Street

Mayfair and Bond Street

Revered as the stomping grounds of London's rich and famous as well as a luxury shopper's dream come true the plush retail options down Bond Street and Mayfair are some of the most extravagant options on offer. As the city's trendiest shopping district the venue is lined with flagship outlets by who's who in the global fashion hierarchy. Highlights include Louis Vuitton and Burberry while Tiffany & Co is among the premium brands taking up shop space down this area of London. Visitors based in Ascott Mayfair London or other short stay London apartments nearby will enjoy easy access to the exclusive shopping centers in the area.

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Regent Street

Regent Street

Ideal for shoppers on a budget and those looking for bargains on luxury goods the shopping Meccas down Regent and Jermyn Street specializes in affordable fashion. Mid-range boutiques as well as more luxurious and exclusive shops are found here with Liberty and Hamleys as crowd favorites. The Apple Store in London is also found here while men's clothing is the name of the game down iconic Jermyn Street where footwear icons Jhon Lobb and custom made shirt gurus Benson & Clegg have set up shop.

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Westfield

Westfield

Home to two of the city's largest shopping complexes Westfield London is perhaps best known as the home of Marks & Spencer , Ted Baker and Next outlets. The House of Fraser and All Saints also occupies shop space here along with high-end luxury brands the likes of Jimmy Choo and Louis Vuitton. Westfield Stratford City on the other hand is home to a whopping 250 retail stores and is regarded the largest shopping complex in the continent.

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Knightsbridge

Knightsbridge

Popular among global shoppers and Londoners alike Knightsbridge is home to a plethora of designer label signature shops and iconic department stores. Harvey Nichols and Harrods are just some of the highlights at this coveted retail district frequented by high profile shoppers who also stop over at the designer shops occupy neighboring Sloane Street. TopShop also calls Knightsbridge home and offers affordable clothing and accessories across the street from Harrods.

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Savile Row

Savile Row

Famed as the hub of British tailoring and bespoke garment manufacturing Savile Row is the coveted home of Henry Poole & Co, the street's historic first tailoring outfit. Other hotspots down the street include Ozwald Boateng, Gieves & Hawkes and Huntsman & Sons while London's Abercrombie & Fitch signature shop is also found here. Known as the "golden mile" of British tailoring Savile Row is the men's clothing and tuxedo central of the British capital.