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About Camden Passage

Est 1767

Camden Passage (not to be confused with Camden Market) lies just beyond Angel Station. One of London’s lesser-known and utterly delightful shopping destinations, this quaint, cobbled street dates from the mid-18th century. Though best known for its Wednesday and Saturday antique markets, Camden Passage buzzes all week with sophisticated shoppers who take refuge from high street blandness in its independent shops.

Join Discover Boutiques for a stroll through Camden Passage and uncover intimate insights into the people and places that make this little lane so special. All without leaving your living room.

Boutiques in the Camden Passage area

Decadent Vintage

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26 Camden Passage, N1 8ED
Tel:

Collectors Vintage & Designer

Decadent Vintage started 10 years ago on a stall in on Portobello Market. The ultimate place to find the best of vintage clothing from 1920’s to 1980’s eras.


Susy Harper

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35 Camden Passage, N1 8EA
Tel: 0207 704 0688

Independent Designer

Susy Harper is an independent designer label created by designer Michelle Anslow. The label has a definite style, creating strong feminine shapes with an emphasis on cut and texture.


The African Waistcoat Company

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33 Islington Green, N1 8DU
Tel: 0207 704 9698

Independent Designer

African Waistcoat Company is where Africa meets Savile Row. They sell bespoke waistcoats made from aso-oke, the traditional woven ceremonial cloth of the Yoruba.


Best Known For

  • Antique shops and markets
  • Bric-a-brac
  • Farmers' market
  • Second-hand items
  • Crafts
  • Haberdashery
  • Furniture shops
  • Eclectic bars
  • Boutiques – including children’s wear
  • Fine art and sculpture
  • Military gear

Getting There

Bus

394, 153, 73, 30, 19, 4, 476, 56 & 38

Underground

  • Angel Station (Northern Line)
  • Highbury & Islington (Victoria Line and Overground)

Transport for London Journey Planner

Car

Public transport is best as street parking here is like a flawless diamond: rare and prohibitively expensive. If you must drive there is one car park at the Business Design Centre Underground, on Upper Street. There is also a 24-hour car park on Bowling Green Lane.

Opening Times

Shops: most open from 11am-6pm, Monday to Sunday (some are closed Monday)
Antiques markets: Wednesday 7am-2pm and Saturday 8pm-4pm
Books market: Thursday 10am-4:30pm

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