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About Brick Lane

Est. 1400

Set in the heart of London, Brick Lane is a cultural treasure and one of world’s most exciting shopping destinations. Lurking at the feet of ultra-modern skyscrapers and just minutes from the bustling financial district, Brick Lane is a haven of creativity and eccentricity that embodies the best of Britain. Here, London's boutiques and vintage clothing stores rub shoulders with curry houses, bagel bakeries, fabric emporiums, antique outlets, nightclubs, restaurants and galleries.

Exploring Brick Lane and the web of narrow streets around it takes you on a journey through the city’s past – it was here Jack the Ripper committed his infamous crimes – and captures the full glory of its vibrant present. As you walk your senses are besieged with the scent of authentic Bangladeshi cooking; explosions of colourful graffiti; the textures of leather, velvet and hand-knit wool; the polished curves of antique wooden furniture and the arresting shimmer of gemstones.

Brick Lane is a destination for those with a personal sense of style. Whether you’re looking for a unique outfit, a vintage dress, a perfect present, or a one-of-a-kind accessory, Brick Lane’s network of small and independent shops offer delights you won’t find anywhere else.

Discover Boutiques brings the best of Brick Lane to your home and offers intimate insights into the people and places that make it so special.

Boutiques in the Brick Lane area (starting from the Bethnal Green end)

Tracey Neuls


73 Redchurch Street, E2 7DJ
Tel: 0207 018 0872

Independent Designer

Tracey Neuls is a vital force in contemporary footwear design. In a market saturated by sameness, Neuls continues season after season to present mould breaking collections.



224 Brick Lane, E1 6SA

Independent Designer Collective

Ante is a Women's & Menswear clothing store founded by Claudio De Rubertis in 2009 situated within the heart of East London. The style of ‘Ante’ is a mix of Avant Garde and Retro Garde.

Hunky Dory


226 Brick Lane, E1 6SA
Tel: 0207 729 7387

Women's & Men's Vintage

Hunky Dory is a treasure trove of mens and womens’ hand-picked clothing and accessories from the 40s to the 80s situated in East London’s bustling Brick Lane.

The Lazy Ones


102 Sclater Street, E1 6HR
Tel: 0207 787 2268

Collectors Vintage & Designer

It's Atelier Fashion; mini and maxi dresses, ruffle tops and paper-bag skirts coming from a young and vibrant label founded by fashion-graduate Nat Colom and Diego Tellez.

The Laden Showroom


103 Brick lane, E1 6SE
Tel: 0207 247 2431

Independent Designer Collective

Located in the heart of Shoreditch on Brick Lane, Laden Showrrom is an iconic London boutique which believes in supporting and promoting the hottest up-and-coming independent fashion designers

Shop 172


172 Brick Lane, E1 6RU
Tel: 0207 650 8873

Independent Designer Collective

Shop 172 aims toprovide a creative platform and highlight quality craftsmanship and innovative design. We select garments by a range of internationally based fashion brands.

Mendoza Menswear


158 Brick Lane, E1 6RU
Tel: 0207 377 5263

Men's Tailoring

Mendoza is a Menswear shop based in Brick Lane, which has been established since 2003. Their influences come from mainly the mid 60′s to late 70′s

The Mercantile London


17 Lamb Street, E1 6EA
Tel: 0207 377 8926

Women's & Men's Vintage

Owners Debra and Thomas McCann have gently carved out a niche somewhere between high street and high fashion presenting a huge array of labels from affordable to trophy.

Best Known For

  • Vintage and couture clothing
  • Bric-a-brac
  • World food stalls
  • Second-hand items
  • Antiques
  • Crafts
  • Furniture shops
  • Eclectic bars
  • Bagel shops

Getting There


8, 26, 35, 47, 48, 67, 149 & 242


  • Shoreditch High Street (Overground)
  • Liverpool Street Station (Central, Circle, Hammersmith & City and Metropolitan)
  • Aldgate (Circle and Metropolitan)
  • Aldgate East (Hammersmith & City and District)
  • Whitechapel (Overground, Hammersmith & City and District)

Transport for London Journey Planner


Parking in central London is unfailingly hard to find and achingly expensive; take public transport if possible. If you must have your own wheels try the carpark on Sclater Street. Be aware, however, it is open-air market at the weekends, and is known to host the occasional rave.

Opening Times

Opening times vary – most from 11:00am
Monday is quiet and some shops do not open

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