Brick Lane is the perfect place to spend a Sunday morning, meandering around the market stalls, popping into the vintage shops and eating the incredibly diverse and delicious range of food its brawling streets have to offer which includes the Bangladeshi authentic restaurants the area is famed for. Brick lane is the epitome of cool and throughout the years has drawn an artistic and musical crowd highlighted in the broad range of second-hand shops, art galleries, bars and vintage shops it has to offer.
We want to show you the weird and wonderful shops you should visit to help you shop sustainable without surrendering your style.
This vintage department store on Hanbury Street stocks high end vintage designer clothes such as Burberry, Barbour and Armani.
They stock world famous brands as well as vintage toys, books, magazines and furniture. They also have some incredible collaborations and events which you can check out on their website.
Rokit is a very well-known vintage store that also has an extensive range of clothes on their website if you have the patience to trawl through the pages. Brick lane is host to not one, but two Rokit stores where you are sure to bag a bargain. The music is loud and the mood welcoming so you can get to finding that one off special something that you’ll be thrilled to have found!
Vintage Basement is a really chilled spot on Cheshire Street that has a lot of retro looks to shop. The shop stocks a lot of 70s and 80s streetwear whilst they also do bargain rails where you could pick up something special for a tenner. The thrill is in the find!
The Old Truman Brewery
This lively spot is home to a host of around 40 traders, all of which are specialists in selling vintage clothing, antiques and all things unique. You could spend hours browsing the weird and wonderful items and clothing they have to offer which cover all decades. Within the Old Truman Brewery, you will also find the Boiler House Hall which has a broad and delicious range of food for you to try once you’re all shopped out.