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Maison Trois Garcons

While the astounding selection of affordable French Regency furniture and ornate trinketry at this café-cum-shop may have you wishing for a bigger suitcase, don't be too dismayed: the necklaces, or an embroidered purse, will definitely fit in your carry-on. 45 Redchurch St., 44-787-964-0858, lestroisgarcons.com

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Luna & Curious

There are sweet sailor-inspired blouses by Colenimo, the most inventive bottle planters and decorative dishes aplenty. The zebra- and butterfly-design false eyelashes—inspired by Chinese paper cutting—will blow your mind. 24-26 Calvert Ave., 44-203-222-0034, lunaandcurious.com

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Late Night Chameleon Cafe

The most revolutionary store in london, Late Night Chameleon Cafe, is in a very run-down area, but it’s worth the trip. The interiors look like the Millennium Falcon’s from Star Wars, that is, if it were full of art books and clothes from Haider Ackermann and Toga. You have to make an appointment to get in, but you won’t feel pressured to buy. 18 Shacklewell Lane, 44-207-275-7265, ln-cc.com

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Harrods

The only place for great customer service in London is Harrods. Yes, it’s touristy, but its staff is perfection at walking you through a challenging purchase, like buying jeans or bras. Plus, they carry every designer in the world. – By Justine Fairgrieve, CEO of RelativeMO

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Gillian Horsup

Once you find this stall (fourth door on the right down an alley, very back of the basement floor), you’ll feel like you’ve struck gold—and you have. There are vintage Lacroix earrings, Dior brooches and piles of English art deco and midcentury sparklers, much of them under £100. Tip: Pay cash and she’ll likely knock off a few quid. 1-7 Davies Mews, 44-207-499-8121, gillianhorsup.com

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Folk

Find a sublime edit of pared-down, sharply cut offerings from small European labels like Sessun, Acne, Humanoid and Won Hundred. Folk’s own line of ankle boots and pretty platform sandals should satisfy any Rachel Comey shoe lover. 53 Lamb’s Conduit St., 44-208-616-4191, folkclothing.com

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Elphick's

Visit Columbia Road on Sundays for the amazing flower market, and stop in here for super-affordable (£12 and up) pop screen prints by artists (including owner Sharon Elphick) from all over Europe. 160 Columbia Rd., 44-207-033-7891, elphicksshop.com

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Darkroom

Everything here is a play on scale, materials and form—the store’s essentially a rec room for accessories- and interiors-loving grown-ups. Authentic African design pieces sit alongside the house label, inspired by the Dutch de Stijl movement (think Piet Mondrian). 52 Lamb’s Conduit St., 44-207-831-7244, darkroomlondon.com

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COS

H&M’s sister label, Collection of Style, excels at chic, Jil Sander–meets-Marni basics at High Street prices, which makes this a great place for workwear that’s cool but not too-cool-for-corporate. The dressing rooms are fantastic: spacious, with a 360-degree-mirror setup and soft, flattering light. 22 Regent St., plus other locations, 44-207-478-0400, cosstores.com

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Charlotte Olympia

It’s not surprising that the daughter of a model designs teetering heels. But Charlotte Dellal’s (Olympia is her middle name) saucy six-inch versions are shockingly comfortable, and even her espadrilles and flats capture her irresistibly quirky-cool take on ’40s glamour. 56 Maddox St., 44-207-499-0145, charlotteolympia​.com

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