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Fusion shops, a mixture of vintage store and tea room – just think of King’s Cross’ Drink Shop & Do or Hanbury Street’s Blitz Department Store – have been popping up all around London in the last few years. The latest edition, Crimson Heart, has just opened in East London’s Leonard Street, and features a vintage cafe as well as a shop specialising in midcentury home deco.
Lana Clements went off to explore East Dulwich for fabulous city guide Vintage Brighton – here’s what she discovered.
East Dulwich is a small, mainly middle-class suburb in south London. Expensive food delis, flower shops, Oliver Bonas and an abundance …
If you fancy escaping the weekend crowds on Columbia Road then there’s no better place than Vintage Heaven. What looks like a fab vintage shop from the outside is actually also a brilliant little cafe serving delicious cakes and hot drinks.
Pop Boutique first opened its London outlet in 1996 and has been a staple for many vintage lovers ever since. The little Seven Dials-based shop finds a happy medium between the more upmarket vintage boutiques and the crammed warehouse-sized stores …
Located in the very heart of London, a moment’s walk from Leicester Square Tube Station, Cecil Court is a picturesque late Victorian thoroughfare linking Charing Cross Road and St Martin’s Lane, pedestrianised and seemingly immune from the bustle of the great city which surrounds it.