Bang Bang is a fashion shop that sells vintage and second hand designer clothing from the 60s, 70s and 80s. They also sell a collection of jewellery and shoes.
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Venue Details & Map
Bang Bang Clothing Exchange
21 Goodge StreetMaryleboneLondonW1T 2PJ
- +44 (0)20 7631 4191
- Public transport:
- Goodge Street, Underground
I did not exchange any clothes, so cannot comment on that side of Bang Bang.
What I can tell you is that Bang Bang have quite a fun and funky collection of clothes, shoes and vintage bobbles. Their selection is nice, considering how small the store is, and the prices are an interesting mix. I have seen places with far higher, and far lower prices, so it is a bit of a coin toss on what...more
This designer thrift store is actually addictive. I worked in the area for several years, and pretty much had a running list of stuff I wanted to buy from Bang Bang at any given time. I would save up for weeks to pick up fabulous (still heavily-discounted) designer items.
Definitely worth browsing on a regular basis if you are into fashion and enjoy wearing statement pieces that are going...more
Some v.rude staff : totally up themselves!
I would never return. A great shame,
because in amongst the detritus there
are some gems......more
Love this store, picked up a vintage red and white stripe summer dress from here for a bargain £12.
They are quite particular about stock and only one of each item is ever bought so things are individual and a well edited mix.
The store is set out by colour which always pleases me immensely and extra special items are placed on display above the rails to give you inspiration.
I used to work really close to Bang Bang and almost *always* stopped-by to check out the clothes. When I found out they did exchanges for cash or clothes in store I was even happier and collected all of my unused clothes straight away and headed to the store.
I exchanged a little blue vintage polyester dress once. They gave me £7 for it and the next week I went in I saw it hanging on their...more