Just a short distance from Shoreditch High Street Overground and Liverpool Street Station, Redchurch Street is a bustling destination boasting some of the capital’s most stylish shops, not to mention great food and drink options. From French sartorial gems to freshly roasted coffee, it’s the perfect place to head for those new to East London’s delights, or those simply in need of something different from your typical high street shopping trip.
Allpress Espresso Bar
58 Redchurch Street
Make your first port of call on Redchurch Street the Allpress Espresso Bar, on the corner with Club Row, for one of the capital’s best flat whites. This coffee roasting outfit is more petite than its spacious destination in Dalston, so if you want to avoid the queues, best to get in there early.
5 Redchurch Street
If Carlsberg made T-shirts… British brand Sunspel continues to offer the very best in premium separates and basics. Its Shoreditch mens and womenswear location is a great place to indulge in some luxury everyday pieces, all contained in a bright and airy space.
15 Redchurch Street
A.P.C’s simple and unassuming exterior may not immediately capture your gaze, but step inside and you’ll be faced with a masterful range of minimalist Parisian pieces. From the expected striped shirts to luxurious leather backpacks, this brand has everything you need to build up your normcore wardrobe.
17 Redchurch Street
Another feat of French fashion gracing Redchurch Street is Aimé – a multi-brand boutique stocking some of the best womenswear labels from across the channel. Step inside its pared-back white and wood interior, and you’ll be greeted with pieces from the likes of Isabel Marant and neighbouring A.P.C., as well as some more under-the-radar labels.
37 Redchurch Street
Menswear connoisseurs should make a beeline for tailors Timothy Everest at number 37, who have been serving up great clothing in East London since the ‘90s. In store you’ll find made-to-measure as well as ready-to-wear on offer, as well as the prospect of the brand’s bespoke service. Marvel at the great array of fabrics available and prepare to leave with your wallet decidedly lighter.
41-43 Redchurch Street
You could easily mistake this big black brick building for a stylish office block, but inside this boutique you’ll find a real visual treat. Dramatically decked out with raw wood, draped ceilings and industrial light fittings, your shopping experience becomes as much about your surroundings as what you’re putting in your basket.
Labour and Wait
85 Redchurch Street
If stylish homeware really gets you going, be sure to put Labour and Wait on your must-visit list. Its carefully selected range of vintage and modern pieces are joined by clothing and stationery, allowing you to pick up all of your old-school essentials at once in a classic market-feel environment.
46 Redchurch Street
It’s snappy haircut central at this retro-feel barbershop in the heart of Shoreditch. If Murdock’s vivid blue exterior and smart leather chairs don’t draw you in, the promise of an expert trim with a whisky or beer on the side surely will.
3 Redchurch Street
Having joined street’s retail line-up in 2014, Sweaty Betty has fast become a much-loved destination for its stylish and practical activewear. As well as offering a wide range of exercise-friendly garments, the store also hosts a selection of free workout sessions for the area’s fitness buffs.
58-60 Redchurch Street
If you’re looking to end your Redchurch Street trip on a high, then end it with an Italian feast at Cecconi’s Shoreditch, the second Cecconi’s London location in addition to the original Mayfair address. It’s open for breakfast, lunch and dinner seven days a week, and you can expect to find Northern Italian cicchetti, pizza and pasta on the menu.