Blitz is a massive five-room Victorian Warehouse in Shoreditch, East London, transformed into the world's first vintage department store. You'll find everything from coffee to books through to records and art. The stop prides itself on the 70s, 80s and 90s vintage fashion collections hand-selected to create an on-trend boutique shopping experience.
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Venue Details & Map
55 - 59 Hanbury StreetStepneyLondonE1 5JP
- +44 (0)20 7377 0730
- Public transport:
- Shoreditch, Underground
- Catering Facilities
True vintage heaven in a vast shop over two floors. Some seriously great accessories, and great selection for both men and women. Mainly from 60s/70s onwards but a few items from earlier eras. Also great selection of cheap books and a wonderful cafe attached with delectable coffees.more
Vintage heaven and all the feels! A fabulous place, for all of your vintage needs! Two floors - men and women's clothing, accessories, home appliances, retro gadgets and so on... One is seriously spoiled for choice! There is something glorious and magnificent about this place..I took my friend here a few weeks back, and as we were walking around looking at all these fabulous items, we were so...more
Two floors of utter vintage clothing heaven. The prices are quite high, but it's fair game considering the quality of the clothing and how well the boutique is organized (no diving through piles of random piece of clothing here - in Blitz, everything is neatly divided by style and easy to find). You can find some serious vintage gems here - definitely try it out.
The premises also have a...more
I normally come to Blitz because it's within walking distance of my flat and they have a decent selection of cheap, new condition books. Recently though I brought my friend from out of town vintage shopping and we found the most amazing things here. Belts, jumpers, handbags. And crazy amazing leggings.
I mean these leggings had the weirdest and most wonderful patterns on them. I ended up...more
*Love* at first walk-in (Did that make sense?). This store is HUGE, two floors filled with an abundance and variety of clothes, accessories, and random trinkets. Racks upon racks of sweaters, cardigans, jackets, coats, etc. And everything seemed to be in pretty great condition for it being secondhand or vintage.
I thought the store was also very well organized according to clothing type. All...more