Full travel guide to London from fashion influencers: where to have a breakfast and where to go for shopping
London is an ultra-modern metropolis with a rich history, which still remains one of the leading trends on the planet's cities. On the advice of fashion influencers and bloggers, we will show you places that will introduce you to the fashion capital closer.
Where to go for breakfast?
Fashionistas in London recommend Granger & Co restaurant, where it is not only very tasty but also atmospheric, the interior is thought out to the details. Another great and tasty place to have breakfast is Leilas cafe. And for a real English breakfast, head to the Ottolenghi restaurant. It serves Mediterranean cuisine. And if you want breakfast, you can choose something from the menu with fresh pastries.
• Granger and Co, 175 Westbourne Grove, Notting Hill, London W11 2SB, UK;
• Leilas cafe 15-17 Calvert Avenue, London E2 7JP, England (Shoreditch), UK.
• Ottolenghi. Ledbury Road, 63, UK
Where to take a picture?
When you start looking for cool places to take photos in London, head to Notting Hill. This is the perfect place if you want to see typical bright London houses and take a walk along the wide streets. More diverse and just as beautiful is the Hackney district. Our list of the best places for great photos also includes Holland Park, Broadway Market, Columbia Road Market - this is a whole road of Victorian shops, the Hampstead hit forest area and, of course, Hyde Park.
• Notting Hill;
• London Borough of Hackney;
• Holland Park;
• Broadway Market;
• Hackney District;
• Hyde Park;
• Hampstead Heath.
Where to go for shopping?
London has an incredible amount of cool shops for shopping. First of all, we advise you to go to Good Hood and to the Modern Society design store. And of course, in Liberty department store, which is nice to even just walk around.
It is an iconic store in the city. Opened in 1875, it is one of the oldest and most beautiful stores in London.
This is one of those stores where you can easily find a stylish outfit for the evening. There is a large selection of both foreign and local designer items.
You can come here only by prior arrangement with the owner William. He collected his incredible collection mainly from 1960s models, thereby earning the respect of Rihanna, Rachel Zoe and Eva Green. You will be very sorry if you do not visit this place!
This store is just a paradise for shoe lovers.
• Modern Society Design Store. 33 Redchurch St, Shoreditch
• GoodHood. 151 Curtain Rd, Hackney, London EC2A 3QE
• William Vintage. Marylebone Street
• Liberty. Great Marlborough Street
• Matches87. Marylebone High Street
• Kurt Geigers. Christopher's Place