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Travel far enough, you meet yourself.

David Mitchell

London street fashion

London street fashion

Day 1: Portobello Road

Located in the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea, Portobello Road is one of the most characteristic fashion hotspots of London. Home of many artists and authors, such as George Orwell, the area brims with energy, character and funky commercial activities. Since the early ‘70s, it has been very well known for its market and unique characters defining its easy-going, yet fashion-conscious spirit.

Day 2: Carnaby Street

A location illustrious for its mob, hippie and punk inhabitants as well as for its multitude of funky outlets, Carnaby Street is another “must” location for anyone who loves urban beauty. Located a few steps away from Soho, it is easily reachable and very close to many other attractions.

Day 3: Camden Town

Famous extra-funky district of north London, Camden Town is one of the main places in Europe where street fashion just happens. With its alternatively fabulous markets and music venues scattered all over the area, Camden Town is one of the essential stops for the modern traveler wanting to witness the birth of trends and styles.

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