Bang Bang

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Bang Bang

9 Berwick Street
+44 (0)20 7494 2042
Public transport:
Piccadilly Circus, Underground


3 out of 5 based on 13 reviews

Top 5 reviews of Bang Bang

4.0 out of 5 26 June 2013
by Elaine M.

1st star: The staff, without crying, the girl took down the dress from one of the dolls. Played with my baby while I tried the suede leather dress.

2nd star: Suede leather dress! £50...not cheap for a second hand "Kookai", but I wanted it.

3rd star: all sorts, not just old stuff...its more second hand than vintage.

4th star: big selection switch/turnover/new stuff.

Not so cool: not vintage,...more

4.0 out of 5 28 November 2009
by Lizzie G.

Now what would you do if you had a bright purple Dolly Parton dress that made you feel like a princess but everyone else thought you were wearing fancy dress each time you wore it?! It might seem like a far fetched situation but in the world of me that's not.

So I bought this dress from a vintage place for about £25 and really loved it. No one else did and the comments actually made me so sad...more

3.0 out of 5 16 November 2009
by Corinna H.

Bang Bang is a like a little theatre/vintage walk in wardrobe in the heart of Soho. If you're dying for something really quirky with added wow factor this place usually throw up some interesting options.

All the clothes are hand sourced and the picks are for real clothes lovers and many are without an extortionate price tag. Most have been brought in by the public as they buy vintage and cool...more

2.0 out of 5 28 April 2009
by Linzi M.

Wow, and not in a good way! When you hire teenagers that look trendy and cool, you always run the risk of them being total asshats. Which, I discovered in Bang Bang is sadly the case. A fun shop, Bang Bang has an odd mix of vintage, designer and... H&M. I spotted some seriously funky jewellery and shoes that, had I the cash to spare, would have been mine. Unlike other 'vintage' stores I didn't...more

3.0 out of 5 8 December 2008
by Katy I.

This shop is intended for people ignorant of, or too lazy to use eBay. They buy designer stock in cash from the general public at 30% less than the price they sell it for. Fine in theory, it's a business not a charity after all but for those of you that know your Miu Miu from your Marc Jacobs, it just doesn't add up. In selling terms it would only be advisable to use this method for two...more