Venue Details & Map
49 Stoke Newington Church StreetStoke NewingtonLondonN16 0AR
- +44 (0)20 7254 4494
- Public transport:
- Stoke Newington, National Railway
Hub is a bit pricey, but has a good collection of accessories and clothes. I love the shoes and bags in here, though I always find something I like, I often force myself to walk out as its pretty much out of my budget. It never stops me from looking though!
They have a sale on every summer, which is probably one of the best shopping highlights of the year. Everything in the store is usually...more
Up until this week, I have avoided Hub- their window displays are generally quite middle aged and unappealing but recently I was drawn in by a patent leather bag, and I was pleasantly surprised. They have an excellent range of accessories- a wide selection of leather boots and handbags, and a very useful range of tights and stockings (no need to go down to Shoreditch or Angel if you get a...more
One of those annoying shops that takes control of your motor skills, forcing you to delve spasmodically into your handbag (that you probably bought here) and get out your credit card. Again. It is seriously best avoided if you, like me have been affected by the dreaded credit crunch, however, if you, like me, would prefer to pretend to the bank and to yourself that the credit crunch is a...more
Hub is a great little boutique for stylish, simple day wear from some cool brands. Catering to a fairly broad spectrum of ages, you could happily shop here any time from your 20s to your 50s although probably most happily and extensively around the 30-something mark. There are also great accessories and jewellery and staff are friendly and helpful. They also do some attractive and inventive...more
Hub started out as a women's clothes shop on Stoke Newington Church Street selling really great, original clothes to a discerning local market ... and expanded across the road to include a men's shop.
Both shops stock lines from 'labels' (See by Chloe, Acne jeans, Mackintosh, Ally Cappelino) as well as supporting local/individual designers of accessories and clothing.
The shops do not...more