See London's top department stores:
- The Shop at Bluebird
- Dover Street Market
- Fortnum & Mason
- Harvey Nichols
See below for more information about each store.
Choose between dozens of brands under one roof at one of the many unique departments stores in London.
Head to iconic London shopping destinations such as Harrods and Selfridges for luxury goods and stunning food halls, or check out some of the newer shops in town like Goodhood that curates cutting-edge clothes and lifestyle pieces from the latest British designers.
The Shop at Bluebird
Explore an expertly curated mix of designers and artists in a historic coach house at the Shop at Bluebird. Spread over three floors, the concept store is flooded with light from the glass ceiling in the central courtyard.
Between palm trees and eclectic decor, find the Blink Brow Bar, the Avery Perfume Gallery, clothes from British designers and beautiful pieces of homeware.
Find rare goods and luxury items at this British icon. Harrods boasts more than 300 departments selling exclusive products including the latest tech items and bespoke perfume.
Take a break from shopping at one of the many restaurants, or relax with a scoop or two at the ice cream parlour.
Get your hands on the iconic yellow bag at Selfridges. It's easy to find something to fill it in this department store that has everything from beauty staples to stationary and luxury fashion from the likes of Miu Miu and Prada.
Be sure to stop by the food hall and check out the tempting bites, including Snowflake Gelato's concession where you can try the Avolato – vegan gelato served inside a real avocado skin.
Dover Street Market
Experience a dose of surrealism as you shop at Dover Street Market. Founded by the designer of Comme des Garçons, Rei Kawakubo, this marketplace features unique installations that blur the lines between fashion and art from designer brands such as The Row, Gucci and Simone Rocha.
Fortnum & Mason
Step back in time at Fortnum & Mason, a bastion of British tradition. From the uniformed staff to the elegant tea room, this department store is full of old-time charm.
Enter foodie heaven in the food hall stocked with fine tea leaves, delicious patisserie and the famous scotch eggs that were invented by Mr Fortnum in 1738.
Inside, find skincare products exclusive to Liberty, exquisite pieces of jewellery and the famous Liberty fabric in the haberdashery department.
Explore 42,000 sq ft (3,902 sq m) of homewares, lighting and furniture at Heal's. A staple on Tottenham Court Road since 1854, the flagship store has kept up with modern trends and has inspiring showrooms to wander through.
Make sure to take a picture of the highly Instagrammable spiral staircase, illuminated by a helix of lights.
Take a stroll along Bond Street to Fenwick. The collection of fashion, beauty and accessories is as desirable as the luxurious shopping street the department store is on.
Find the latest fashion lines from the likes of Bella Freud and Marni, and top beauty buys from brands such as Elie Saab and Caudalie.