Top 10 Oxford Street Shops

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Oxford Street is London’s most famous shopping area and also one of the busiest shopping streets in Europe. There are around 300 shops along Oxford Street’s 1.5 mile stretch, with a great mixture of department stores, flagship shops and high street favourites. So read on for our Oxford Street shopping guide to plan out the must-see Oxford Street shops for you.


1. Selfridges

Awarded ‘Retailer of the Year’ at the Positive Luxury Awards 2020, Selfridges London is a landmark as well as a shopping destination thanks to the beautiful Grade II listed building. As well as a number of in-store services including beauty concierge, personal shopping and a cinema, Selfridges is also famed for its innovative window displays: so whether you want to browse the fashion, beauty, furniture and food offerings, or you simply just want to take in the genius of the brand, Selfridges is a London institution that is definitely worth a visit.

400 Oxford Street, London W1A 1AB


2. John Lewis

John Lewis is another of Oxford Street’s famous department stores. This shop has a Waitrose food hall in the basement and another six floors filled with fashion, beauty, electricals and homewares as well as restaurants and cafés.

300 Oxford Street, London W1C 1DX


3. Marks & Spencer

Oxford Street is home to two Marks & Spencer stores, but the location on the East-side of Oxford Circus is where their UK flagship shop is. This store also has a food hall in the basement, and has an impressive selection of some of Marks & Spencer’s more recent, trend-led fashion collections as well.

Pantheon, 173 Oxford Street, London W1D 2JR


4. Primark

There are also two Primark shops on Oxford Street – one at either end – so wherever you are you’ll be able to get your fast fashion fix. Their store at the Tottenham Court Road end of Oxford Street is newer, with giant LED screens, 111 cash desks and 92 fitting rooms, so it has the added bonus of not feeling quite as busy as other Primark stores.

14-28 Oxford Street, London W1D 1AU


5. H&M

High street giant H&M opened its revamped Oxford Circus flagship store in 2013, and it now spans six floors: stocking women’s, men’s, kids’ and Divided collections. There is also a shoe lounge, a ‘chill out’ area, spacious changing rooms and free wifi throughout the store.

Oxford Circus, London W1B 2ES


6. Topshop & Topman

Just across the road from H&M is the world’s largest Topshop and Topman store. This flagship store covers five floors and attracts 28,000 shoppers each day. It’s arguably the ultimate Oxford Street shopping destination and is one of the first stores you see when aligning from the underground opposite.

214 Oxford Street, London W1C 1DA


7. Urban Outfitters

For more great streetwear and trend-led fashion, you should definitely stop by Urban Outfitters. It sells clothing, accessories and homewares for women and men and stocks a great variety of brands as well as vintage clothing.

200-210 Oxford Street, London W1D 1NU


8. Intimissimi

Intimissimi is an Italian lingerie brand that that only has three stores in London, so the Oxford Street store is definitely worth a visit. They sell good quality underwear – from delicate, sexy designs for women to more classic styles for men – and it isn’t too pricey either.

368-370 Oxford Street, London W1C 1JW


9. Nike Town

Nike’s huge store on Oxford Circus stocks men’s, women’s and children’s Nike shoes as well as clothing and athletic gear. This store has the largest women’s sports clothing and footwear department in Europe, and also has a kids pavilion and trail analysis area to ensure every individual is wearing the right footwear for them.

236 Oxford Street, London W1C 1DE


10. & Other Stories

Situated at the West end of Oxford Street near Bond Street station is one of & Other Stories’s London locations. It’s a must-visit for fresh and covetable interpretations of what’s trending now, and if this particular store doesn’t have what you’re after, it’s just a 15-20 minute walk to the branch at the top of Regent Street.

431-433 Oxford Street, London W1C 2DA


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