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As the Jan­uary sales be­gin, we show you how to bag a bar­gain at one of the cap­i­tal’s top stores.

There’s noth­ing that cre­ates a shop­ping frenzy as much as a big red sign that reads ‘Sales’. As London’s shop win­dows are filled with sales signs, it means it’s the time of year to grab a bar­gain. Make the most of the dis­counts that many London stores have on of­fer, which are up to 75 per cent off and ex­tend to de­signer names.

London’s sales pro­voke bar­gain hunters to come out in their masses. Su­per-keen shop­pers camp out­side larger depart­ment stores, and the crowds can be as busy as the London Un­der­ground dur­ing rush hour. Even though many sales will have be­gun on Box­ing Day, do not fear − you can still turn up in Jan­uary. While av­er­age sizes might be harder to find, the dis­counts will be steeper.

If you thought sales were dull, think again. The Har­rods sale is a glam­orous af­fair: a celebrity, who ar­rives in a horse-drawn car­riage, opens the store. Pre­vi­ous years have in­cluded Eva Lon­go­ria, Jerry Hall and Florence Welch, who per­formed with her band Florence + The Ma­chine.

For de­signer goods at a heav­ily re­duced price, head to depart­ment stores from John Lewis to House Of Fraser. West­field London and West­field Strat­ford City have more than 500 stores tak­ing part. As for Sel­fridges, it is al­ways try­ing to find play­ful ways to en­cour­age vis­i­tors to spend just that lit­tle bit more. In 2007, its posters pro­claimed ‘I shop, there­fore I am’, and last year they said ‘I didn’t find it, it found me’.

So, be­fore you go out on your odyssey, we have a few tips: if you are un­sure about an item, ask about the re­turns pol­icy. Most cru­cially, if you see some­thing you like, pick it up, as it may have gone when you come back for it. Happy shop­ping!

A visit to the Jan­uary sales is the per­fect way to bag a bar­gain. Kohinoor Sahota gets ready to shop un­til she drops.

MAR­KETS Al­fie’s An­tique Mar­ket

A bustling in­door mar­ket that is great for an­tiques, vin­tage and col­lecta­bles, which are both dec­o­ra­tive and un­usual. Tue-Sat 10am- 6pm. www.al­fiesan­tiques.com. 13-25 Church St, NW8 8DT. T: 020-7723 6066. C4. Sta­tion: Maryle­bone/ Edg­ware Rd.

Ber­mond­sey Mar­ket

This long-run­ning mar­ket, which started in 1855, is great for an­tique, vin­tage and sec­ond­hand trea­sures. Sells china, sil­ver, fur­ni­ture and glass­ware. A must-visit for col­lec­tors. Fri 6am-1pm. www.bermond­seysquare.co.uk. Ber­mond­sey Sq, SE1 4QB. F11. Sta­tion: London Bridge.

Bor­ough Mar­ket

A popular week­end des­ti­na­tion for lovers of good food. Find the best-qual­ity meat, cheeses, breads and pas­tries, fish, vegetables, dairy and deli pro­duce and wines. Wed-Thur 10am-5pm; Fri 10am- 6pm; Sat 8am-5pm. www.bor­ough mar­ket.org.uk. 8 South­wark St, SE1 1TL. T: 020-7407 1002. F10. Sta­tion: London Bridge.

Brick Lane

A street mar­ket, home to vin­tage shops and a larger stall on the week­end. Sun 9am-5pm. www.vis­it­brick­lane.org. Brick Lane, E1 6PU. T: 020-7364 1717. Off map. Sta­tion: Aldgate East.

Cam­den Mar­ket

Spread over sev­eral sites with tiny shops and stalls sell­ing ev­ery­thing from retro clothes to an­tiques, mu­sic, hand­made jew­ellery and more. Some shops daily 10am- 6pm. www.cam­den-mar­ket.org. Chalk Farm Rd, NW1 8AF. T: 020-7485 5511/5255. Off map. Sta­tion: Cam­den Town.

Cam­den Pas­sage

A lit­tle 18th-cen­tury ar­cade filled with 200 deal­ers. Wed, Thur (book mar­ket only) & Sat. www.cam­den­pas­sageis­ling­ton.co.uk. Cam­den Pas­sage, N1 8EE. Off map. Sta­tion: An­gel.

Columbia Road Flower Mar­ket

Crowded mar­ket stalls and vin­tage bou­tiques. Great for hor­ti­cul­tural en­thu­si­asts. Sun 8am-3pm. Columbia Rd, E2 7RG. www.columbiaroad.info. Off map. Sta­tion: Beth­nal Green.

Grays An­tique Mar­ket

Cor­ri­dors with more than 200 deal­ers sell­ing ev­ery­thing from arte­facts to vin­tage clothes. Mon-Fri 10am- 6pm; Sat 11am-5pm. www.grays an­tiques.com. 58 Davies St & 1-7 Davies Mews, W1K 5AB. T: 020-7629 7034. D6. Sta­tion: Bond St.

Green­wich Mar­ket

A charm­ing cov­ered mar­ket, with quirky stalls and shops sell­ing fresh pro­duce and an­tiques. The mar­ket aims to pro­mote in­de­pen­dent shops and traders. Some shops open daily; mar­ket Mon-Sun 10am-5.30pm. www.green­wich mar­ket.net. Church St, SE10 9HY. T: 020- 8269 5096. Off map. Sta­tion: Green­wich.

Hamp­stead An­tique & Craft Em­po­rium

A mar­ket that is packed with one-off, rare fur­ni­ture, paint­ings and Art Deco col­lecta­bles, plus hand­crafted wooden toys and even fos­sils. Open Tue-Fri 10.30am-5.30pm; Sat 10am- 6pm; Sun 11am-5pm. www.hamp­steadan­tique em­po­rium.co.uk. 12 Heath St, NW3 6TE. T: 020-7794 3297. Off map. Sta­tion: Hamp­stead.

11-12 Carn­aby St, W1F 9PQ. www.we­built-thisc­ity.com.

Old Spi­tal­fields Mar­ket

In­door mar­ket with shops and stalls (Sun), as well as eater­ies and an­tiques ( Thur). Mon-Fri 10am-5pm; Sun 9am-5pm. www.vis­it­spi­tal­fields.com. Brush­field St, E1 6AA. Off map. Sta­tion: Liver­pool St.

Por­to­bello Road Mar­ket

Ev­ery Sat this mar­ket spe­cialises in an­tiques and cu­rios. Shops open Mon-Wed 9am- 6pm; Thur 9am-1pm; Fri-Sat 9am-7pm. www.por­to­bello mar­ket.org. Around Por­to­bello Rd, W11 1AN. Off map. Sta­tion: Lad­broke Grove/Not­ting Hill.

Real Food Mar­ket

De­li­cious street food with an em­pha­sis on eth­i­cal pro­duc­tion, of­fer­ing a range of dif­fer­ent cuisines from around the world. Fri noon- 8pm; Sat 11am8pm; Sun noon- 6pm. www.real food­fes­ti­val.co.uk. Be­hind Royal Fes­ti­val Hall, Belvedere Rd, SE1 8XX. E8. Sta­tion: Water­loo.

MA­JOR STORES Deben­hams

Fash­ion, home­wares and ac­ces­sories in store inc Jasper Con­ran and John Rocha. The store un­der­went a £25 mil­lion ren­o­va­tion last year. Open Mon-Wed 9.30am-8pm; Thur-Sat 9.30am9pm; Sun noon- 6.30pm. www.deben­hams.com. 334-348 Ox­ford St, W1C 1JG. T: 0844-561 6161. D6. Sta­tion: Ox­ford Cir­cus.

Fen­wick

Fash­ion depart­ment store filled with top de­signer names, with a wide se­lec­tion of lin­gerie, hats, ac­ces­sories, cos­met­ics, menswear and a new shoe depart­ment, which was opened in the sum­mer. Check for open­ing hours. www.fen­wick.co.uk. 63 New Bond St, W1S 1RQ. T: 020-7629 9161.

Sta­tion: Bond St.

Fort­num & Ma­son

Fa­mous Bri­tish company, es­tab­lished in 1707, with its Food Hall plus fash­ion, gifts and an­tiques de­part­ments, and the won­der­ful Di­a­mond Ju­bilee Tea Salon. Open Mon-Sat 10am-9pm; Sun noon- 6pm. www.fort­nu­mand­ma­son.com. 181 Pic­cadilly, W1A 1ER. T: 0845- 300 1707. E7. Sta­tion: Pic­cadilly Cir­cus.

Ham­leys

One of the world’s big­gest toy shops, sell­ing ev­ery­thing from soft toys to aero­planes. There are plenty of free kids’ events inside the store and demon­stra­tions with toys. Open Mon-Wed 10am-8pm; Thur & Fri 10am-9pm; Sat 9.30am-9pm; Sun noon- 6pm. www.ham­leys.com. 188-196 Re­gent St, W1B 5BT. T: 0871-704 1977. D7. Sta­tion: Ox­ford Cir­cus.

Har­rods

The fa­mous depart­ment store with Ed­war­dian food and meat halls, fash­ion de­part­ments, cos­met­ics, sports floor, spa and myr­iad bars and restau­rants. Look out for the pop-up restau­rant, Stelle Di Stelle, which of­fers Ital­ian cui­sine from a dif­fer­ent Miche­lin-starred chef each month (p. 55). Open Mon-Sat 10am- 8pm; Sun 11.30am6pm. www.har­rods.com. 87-135 Brompton Rd, SW1X 7XL. T: 020-7730 1234. F5. Sta­tion: Knights­bridge.

House Of Fraser

Mid-range de­signer brands and ex­clu­sive col­lec­tions, which range from fash­ion and beauty to elec­tri­cals and home prod­ucts. Please check for open­ing hours (mul­ti­ple lo­ca­tions around London). www.house­of­fraser.com. 318 Ox­ford St, W1C 1HF. T: 0844- 800 3752. D6. Sta­tion: Ox­ford Cir­cus.

Ex­pe­ri­ence a range of ser­vices from lead­ing Makeup Artists, Nail Tech­ni­cians and Fra­grance Ex­perts inside the unique avant-garde beauty bou­tique lo­cated at the heart of Covent Gar­den. Dis­cover 70 square me­tres ded­i­cated en­tirely to the world of CHANEL fra­grance and beauty, with ex­clu­sive pre­views of the lat­est beauty trends di­rect from CHANEL.

Head to Tom Ford on Sloane Street for clas­sic de­signs (p. 51)

John Lewis

There are seven floors filled with fa­mous Bri­tish fash­ion la­bels, home­wares and iconic brands. Out­stand­ing Beauty Halls and Bri­tish good­ies in the food hall. Open Mon-Wed, Fri-Sat 9.30am-8pm; Thur 9.30am-9pm; Sun noon- 6pm. www.john­lewis.com. 300 Ox­ford St, W1A 1EX. T: 020-7629 7711. D6. Sta­tion: Ox­ford Cir­cus.

Lib­erty

Home to fash­ion for men and women, and fa­mous for its unique prints and home fur­nish­ings. Open Mon-Sat 10am-8pm; Sun noon- 6pm. www.lib­erty.co.uk. Great Marl­bor­ough St, W1B 5AH. T: 020-7734 1234. D6. Sta­tion: Ox­ford Cir­cus.

Marks & Spencer

A re­li­able source for cloth­ing, food, beauty, home ac­ces­sories and a popular lin­gerie depart­ment. Look out for model Rosie Hunt­ing­ton-White­ley’s lin­gerie range, which she has de­signed for the store (mul­ti­ple lo­ca­tions around London). Open Mon-Sat 8am-9pm; Sun noon- 6pm. www.marks and­spencer.com. 458 Ox­ford St, W1C 1AP. T: 020-7935 7954. D6. Sta­tion: Mar­ble Arch.

Peter Jones

Set over seven floors of fa­mous fash­ion brands and home­wares in fash­ion­able Chelsea. It has re­lax­ing beauty rooms and a top floor restau­rant. Spas in the store inc The Clar­ins Skin Spa. Open Mon-Tue, Thur-Sat 9.30am-7pm; Wed 9.30am-8pm; Sun 11am-5pm. www.pe­ter­jones.co.uk. Sloane Sq, SW1W 8EL. T: 020-7730 3434. G5. Sta­tion: Sloane Sq.

Sel­fridges

This land­mark store on Ox­ford Street of­fers some of the finest in beauty, fash­ion and home style. In­no­va­tive in-store events are al­ways on the cal­en­dar. Check out the lux­u­ri­ous Won­der Room, which is a 20,000 sq ft space ded­i­cated to fine jew­ellery, watches and lux­ury gifts. New open­ings in the store inc the Per­sonal Shop­ping ser­vice for men. Sel­fridges has also be­come the very first depart­ment store to house its own in-house cin­ema. The Ev­ery­man Cin­ema is on the lower ground floor. Please check for open­ing times. www.sel­fridges.com. 400 Ox­ford St, W1A 1AB. T: 0800-123 400. Sta­tion: Bond St.

LUX­URY AR­CADES Burling­ton Ar­cade

A re­stored Re­gency ar­cade that inc spe­cial­ist shops such as Ladurée and Pen­haligon’s. MonFri 10am-7pm; Sat 9am- 6.30pm; Sun 11am-5pm. www.burling­ton-ar­cade.co.uk. Burling­ton Ar­cade, W1J 0QJ. E7. Sta­tion: Pic­cadilly Cir­cus.

Lead­en­hall Mar­ket

A grand Vic­to­rian cov­ered mar­ket in the heart of the city, which is bustling with bou­tiques, leather goods and top fash­ions. Mon-Fri 11am- 4pm. www.lead­en­hall­mar­ket.co.uk. Lead­en­hall Mar­ket, Gracechurch St, EC3V 1LR. T: 020-7621 0709. D11. Sta­tion: Mon­u­ment.

London Sil­ver Vaults, The

The London Sil­ver Vaults are home to the world’s largest re­tail col­lec­tion of fine an­tique sil­ver, spe­cial­is­ing in English pieces. Open Mon-Fri 9am-5.30pm; Sat 9am-1pm. Ad­mis­sion free. www.the­sil­ver­vaults.com. Chancery Ln, WC2A 1QS. T: 020-7242 3844. D9. Sta­tion: Chancery Ln.

MALLS & FAC­TORY OUT­LETS Bices­ter Vil­lage

Home to more than 130 de­signer out­let bou­tiques, of­fer­ing up to 60 per cent off pre­vi­ous sea­sons’ col­lec­tions from fash­ion brands. Open Mon-Fri 10am-7pm; Sat 9am-8pm; Sun 10am-7pm. www.bices­ter­vil­lage.com. Bices­ter Vil­lage, Bices­ter, Ox­ford­shire, OX26 6WD. T: 01869-323 200. Off map. Sta­tion: Bices­ter North, then shut­tle bus.

West­field London

A con­tem­po­rary shop­ping des­ti­na­tion with more than 300 lux­ury and high-street stores and 65 restau­rants, housed un­der a spec­tac­u­lar glass roof. www.uk.west­field.com/london. Ariel Way, W12 7GF. T: 020-3371 2300. Off map. Sta­tion: Shep­herd’s Bush/ Wood Lane.

West­field Strat­ford City

Europe’s largest ur­ban shop­ping cen­tre, lo­cated op­po­site the Queen El­iz­a­beth Olympic Park, of­fers 270 fash­ion and home­ware shops, 70 places to dine, a 24-hour casino and a lux­ury bowl­ing al­ley. The ice rink runs un­til Jan 3 and inc evenings with DJs and live per­for­mances. www.west­field. com/strat­ford­c­ity. 2 Strat­ford Pl, E20 1EJ. T: 020-8221 7300. Off map. Sta­tion: Strat­ford.

FASH­ION Alexan­der McQueen

Flag­ship bou­tique with ready-to-wear items, bags, shoes and the la­bel’s sig­na­ture skull scarves (menswear branch also in W1). www.alexan­der mcqueen.co.uk. 4-5 Old Bond St, W1S 4PD. T: 020-7355 0088. E7. Sta­tion: Green Park.

Ba­nana Repub­lic

The UK flag­ship store of­fers men’s and wom­enswear, plus ac­ces­sories (mul­ti­ple lo­ca­tions around London). www.ba­nana repub­lic.eu. 224 Re­gent St, W1B 3BR. T: 0207758 3550. D6. Sta­tion: Ox­ford Cir­cus.

Browns

This in­de­pen­dent fash­ion bou­tique, which sells de­signer cloth­ing for men and women, is set in a build­ing made up of five in­ter­con­nect­ing town­houses. www.browns­fash­ion.com. 24-27 South Molton St, W1K 5RD. T: 020-7514 0016. D6. Sta­tion: Bond St.

Burberry

Cloth­ing for men, women and chil­dren, inc a mix of clas­sic and funky rain­coats, sep­a­rates and ac­ces­sories (mul­ti­ple lo­ca­tions around London). www.burberry.com. 121 Re­gent St, W1B 4TB. T: 020-7806 8904. E7. Sta­tion: Pic­cadilly Cir­cus.

Chanel

Style and class can be found in all of Chanel’s de­signs and prod­ucts. Ac­ces­sories, cloth­ing, bags and other trea­sures are inside this chic flag­ship store (mul­ti­ple lo­ca­tions around London). www.chanel.com. 158-159 New Bond St, W1S 7UB. T: 020-7493 5040. E6. Sta­tion: Green Park.

Christian Dior

This fash­ion­able bou­tique sup­plies high-qual­ity choices from Dior’s lat­est col­lec­tions, inc bags and jew­ellery. www.dior.com. 31 Sloane St, SW1X 9NR. T: 020-7245 1330. F5. Sta­tion: Knights­bridge.

Crock­ett & Jones

Treat your feet to shoes from the mak­ers of fine footwear since 1879 (mul­ti­ple lo­ca­tions around London). www.crock­et­tand­jones.com. 92 Jermyn St, SW1Y 6JE. T: 020-7839 5239. E7. Sta­tion: Green Park.

Diane Von Fursten­berg

Clothes from the cre­ator of the fa­mous jersey wrap dress, plus there is also a fan­tas­tic col­lec­tion of swimwear (branches also in W1 and SW19). www.dvf.com. 83 Led­bury Rd, W11 2AJ. T: 020-7221 1120. D2/3. Sta­tion: Not­ting Hill.

Etro

High-qual­ity range of men’s and wom­enswear fash­ions, in­clud­ing ac­ces­sories and small leather goods (branches also at Heathrow Air­port). www.etro.com. 43 Old Bond St, W1S 4QT. T: 020-7493 9004. E7. Sta­tion: Green Park.

Gucci

Lux­ury Ital­ian qual­ity and in­no­va­tive de­sign. Find classy gar­ments (mul­ti­ple lo­ca­tions around London). www.gucci.com/uk. 18 Sloane St, SW1X 9NE. T: 020-7235 6707. F5. Sta­tion: Knights­bridge.

Hack­ett

Clas­sic Bri­tish gen­tle­man-at-leisure look, with po­los, sport­ing jack­ets and cords, suit­ing and plenty of ac­ces­sories (mul­ti­ple lo­ca­tions around London). www.hack­ett.com. 193-197 Re­gent St, W1B 4LY. T: 020-7494 4917. E7. Sta­tion: Pic­cadilly Cir­cus.

Haw­ick Cash­mere

Founded in 1874, the company has highly rated ex­pe­ri­ence in work­ing with cash­mere, sourced from the fine un­der­coat of the Hyr­cus goat. www.haw­ick­cash­mere. com. 51 El­iz­a­beth St, SW1W 9PP. T: 0207259 9995. G6. Sta­tion: Vic­to­ria.

Those Dolce & Gab­bana boys con­tinue to turn out some of the hottest haute cou­ture on the run­way. Dis­cover the lat­est de­signs in the store, which in­cludes pol­ished floors and dy­namic light­ing, and is home to the la­bel’s women’s, men’s and chil­drenswear. S

BT 6-8 Old Bond St, W1S 4PH. T: 020-7659 OR L TA 9000. www.dol­ce­andgab­bana.com OT NT

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High & Mighty

Large se­lec­tion of fash­ion­able cloth­ing for big and tall men, inc jeans, suits, sep­a­rates, un­der­wear, shoes and belts (branch also in W1). www.hig­h­and mighty.co.uk. 145-147 Edg­ware Rd, W2 2HR. T: 020-7723 8754. C4. Sta­tion: Edg­ware Rd.

Hugo Boss

Stylish col­lec­tion of high-end cloth­ing for men and women, inc evening, leisure and sports­wear (mul­ti­ple lo­ca­tions around London). www.hugo­b­oss. com. The Wil­lett Build­ing, 35-38 Sloane Sq, SW1W 8DL. T: 020-7259 1240. G6. Sta­tion: Sloane Sq.

John Lobb Boot­maker

This be­spoke company pro­duces hand­crafted shoes to last a lifetime, as worn by dis­cern­ing gents from Frank Si­na­tra to Win­ston Churchill. www.john­lob­bltd.co.uk. 9 St. James’s St, SW1A 7EF. T: 020-7930 3664. E7. Sta­tion: Green Park.

Prada

Renowned for its high-qual­ity Ital­ian leather bags and stylish eyewear, inc men’s and women’s fash­ion (mul­ti­ple lo­ca­tions around London). www.prada.com. 16-18 Old Bond St, W1S 4PS. T: 020-7647 5000. E7. Sta­tion: Pic­cadilly Cir­cus.

Stella McCart­ney

The Bri­tish de­signer, who de­signed GB’s 2012 Olympic uni­forms, of­fers fem­i­nine clothes and ac­ces­sories (mul­ti­ple lo­ca­tions around London). www.stel­lam­c­cart­ney.co.uk. 30 Bru­ton St, W1J 6QR. T: 020-7518 3100. E6. Sta­tion: Green Park.

Tom Ford

Classy de­signer fash­ions for men and women, in­clud­ing shoes, jew­ellery and hand­bags, and a wide beauty range (p. 49). www.tom­ford.com. 201-202 Sloane St, SW1X 9QX. T: 020-3141 7800. F5. Sta­tion: Knights­bridge.

JEW­ELLERY & WATCHES Harry Win­ston

Dis­cover the beau­ti­fully de­signed gems loved by in­ter­na­tional roy­alty and Hol­ly­wood’s elite. www.har­ry­win­ston.com. 171 New Bond St, W1S 4RD. T: 020-7907 8800. E6. Sta­tion: Bond St.

Wempe

Grand, spa­cious set­ting for this lux­ury Ger­man fam­ily business, es­tab­lished in 1878. Large se­lec­tion of jew­ellery with a unique range of fine watches inc Lange + Söhne and Glashütte Orig­i­nal (p. 49). www.wempe.com. 43- 44 New Bond St, W1S 2SA. T: 020-7493 2299. E6. Sta­tion: Bond St.

SPE­CIAL­IST STORES Build-A-Bear

Build your own de­light­ful bear from the col­lec­tion of 30 furry friends, then choose sounds, cloth­ing and ac­ces­sories. Open Mon-Sat 9.30am-8pm; Sun 10am-7pm. www.build­abear. co.uk. Covent Gdn, Unit 9 North Pi­azza, WC2E 7QA. T: 020-7240 2372. E8. Sta­tion: Covent Gdn.

Dis­ney Store, The

Huge store packed with en­ter­tain­ment, inc a 28ft-high Princess Cas­tle. Open Mon-Sat 9am9pm; Sun noon-6pm (branches also in WC2 and W12). www.dis­ney­store.co.uk. 350-352 Ox­ford St, W1C 1JH. T: 020-7491 9136. Sta­tion: Bond St.

London Glass­blow­ing Stu­dio & Work­shop

Home to jew­ellery, dec­o­ra­tions, vases, or­na­ments and ob­jets d’art. The per­fect sou­venir for your trip to London and a chance to ob­serve highly skilled crafts­peo­ple at work. www.lon­don­glass­blow­ing. co.uk. 62- 66 Ber­mond­sey St, SE1 3UD. T: 0207403 2800. F11. Sta­tion: London Bridge.

M&M’s World

This store, lo­cated right in the mid­dle of Le­ices­ter Square, cov­ers 35,000 sq ft. Choco­holics will love the colour­ful range of the treats. Cre­ate your per­fect bag of choco­late from the gi­ant tubes of M&Ms. Mon-Sat 10am-mid­night; Sun noon- 6pm. www.mmsworld.com. 1 Swiss Court, W1D 6AP. T: 020-7025 7171. E7. Sta­tion: Le­ices­ter Sq.

Twin­ings

One of the old­est shops in London. Opened in 1706, Twin­ings is full to the brim with va­ri­eties of teas and in­fu­sions. En­joy a free cup of tea at its Tea Tast­ing bar or book a Tea Master­class. Mon-Fri 8.30am-7.30pm; Sat 10am-5pm; Sun 10am- 4pm. www.twin­ings.co.uk. 216 Strand, WC2R 1AP. T: 020-7353 3511. D9. Sta­tion: Tem­ple.

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Ryman, 227 Kens­ing­ton High St, W8 6SA. T: 020-7937 1107 Ryman, 64 Old Brompton Rd, SW7 3LQ. T: 020-7581 0858 Home­base, 195 War­wick Rd, W14 8PU. T: 020-7602 5125 www.dhl.co.uk 72 Great Titch­field St, W1W 7QW. T: 020-7580 9111 28 Old Brompton Rd, SW7 3SS. T: 020-7581 2825 95 Wil­ton Rd, SW1V 1BZ. T: 020-7630 8123 www.mbe.co.uk 124 N End Rd, W14 9PP. T: 020-7381 9000 417 Up­per Rich­mond Rd, SW14 7PJ. Nor­mal open­ing times for most shops are Mon-Sat 10am-6pm; Sun 11am-5pm un­less stated oth­er­wise. Some shops may stay open un­til 9pm on Thurs­days for late-night shop­ping.

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