The Burberry Outlet store in Hackney sells Burberry designer womenswear, menswear, childrenswear, including coats, knitwear and bags.
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29-53 Chatham Place, Hackney, London, E9 6LP
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+44 (0)20 8328 4287
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Burberry Factory Shop
29-53 Chatham Place
- +44 (0)20 8328 4287
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- Bethnal Green
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I've only lived in Hackney for, oooh, about 7 years, and I've only shopped at the Tesco opposite this street, ooooh about 200 times, and I've only heard about this store from neighbours and friends about, oooh, ZERO times!
I only found out about it in one of those borough newsletters but it's huge! The discounts are good but it's still too pricey for me. If you're looking for a classic...more
I love this place, because it has great selection of items that has great prices to go with it. Its always been a must stop for me whenever i go to London. They have the most amazing selection of coats so if your looking for one, go there!
The only reason it isnt getting 5 stars is the location and how hard it is to find it, but sometimes asking the right locals can def. help! hahamore
a.k.a. Thomas Burberry Stock.
it is located in a very bad neighborhood. while walking from Hackney Central station to the store, I started to wonder if I would make it there alive.
after entering the store, the security made everyone put away everything at the locker. which was great, I didn't have to carry my heavy coat in the store.
then the shocker came, there is NO DRESSING ROOM. are...more
The Burberry Factory Shop used to be a well hidden secret but noe it seems the word has definately spread. It's not unusual to be stopped by Japanese or Italian tourists in Hackney's Mare Street asking for directions to the Burberry shop.
Indeed some of the locals do not even know about this fashion mecca but it is a definately popular with the tourists. The stock might not always be...more
This place represents for me a testament to how unpredictable living in Hackney can be. Not long after I'd moved to the area, but long enough for me to assume I had seen it all, myself and the girlfriend went for a lazy Sunday stroll. We meandered down Clapton Square, pass the church and across Morning Lane into Chatham Place. Needless to say, given the unedifying surrounds of council estates...more