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Treat yourself to an exciting shopping expedition and take advantage of some of the best department stores and independent shops in the world.

Begin your journey in South West London and Knightsbridge, where you’ll find two of the most impressive department stores in the world. Harvey Nichols [map] and Harrods [map] are both renowned for offering a range of top quality fashion, accessories and gift ideas.

Harrods is a real shoppers paradise offering six football pitch sized floors. There’s also a food hall that offers cuisine from across the globe and food made with exotic ingredients.

Harvey Nichols is the place for all the top names that TV programmes like Sex And The City and Absolutely Fabulous made famous. Shop for Versace, Calvin Klein and Ralph Lauren all under one roof in this huge department store. Take some time out to visit the café bar and see if you can spot any celebrities.

Chelsea is still as chic as it was during the 1960s. Enjoy the many original stores in this area including the flagship Vivienne Westwood [map] store and a number of original punk shops.

Central London is where to go if you want to do some thoroughly suited and booted shopping. Head to the world famous Saville Row [map] area for tailored suits and shirts, and a range of reputable shoe and tie shops.

Locals in London love a visit “up West”, and if you’ve got your credit card ready you could do worse than head to West London.

Bond Street [map] is where you’ll find designer clothing such as Gucci and Versace, perfume, art and antiques, and more Royal Warrant holders (suppliers to the Royal Family) than anywhere else in London. New Bond Street is a few minutes walk from Bond Street Station, connected by pedestrian-only South Molton Street, and Old Bond Street is the short section at the southern end that joins Piccadilly.

The East End might be more famous for quirky markets but you’ll still find plenty of high quality shops.

The Laden Showroom [map], E1, is where edgy young fashion designers create celebrity-craved couture. Victoria Beckham, Denise Van Outen and several other actors and pop pretenders have all gone to get attention grabbing fashion.

Men with means can be dressed by the man who has suited Tom Cruise, Harvey Keitel, and David Beckham at Timothy Everest’s [map] E1 fashion house. Located in a Georgian house on Elder Street the inside has a distinct men’s club feel to it, and you too can be one of the boys if you have £1,000 to spend.

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