The Tower of Babel – Shop of the day No.35The reason I went to Rotherhithe! Keeping demin on denim alive
The Tower of Babel – Shop of the Day No.37Queensway today.In the age of litigation and fierce brand protection a bold move by this shoe shop.
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222 Bethnal Green Road and a real beauty today. I really love it when you can see different layers of London history through the shop fronts. Like peeling back layers and seeing how our communities have changed.
The Tower of Babel – Shop of the Day 108Summer is here, sort of. Let’s visit tourist London for a bit with a pick of London’s finest souvenir shops.Today’s bright young thing is on Camden High St. Last year tourists spent a staggering £3.372 billion in London. So please, be nice to them eh?!
The Tower of Babel – Shop of the day No.36Carrying on with the Sunday theme. Celestial dry cleaning in Camden.
The Tower of Babel – Shop of the Day No.41Holy Saturday nip down to this ‘one stop religious store’ on Deptford High Street where, just for today, the tag line isn’t quite accurate.
The Tower of Babel – Shop of the Day 129This is the sort of thing that needs doing on a Saturday isn’t it?! Why are shoe repairs and key cutting and engraving so intertwined?
The Tower of Babel – Shop of the Day 104Crouch End N8 today and a very sentimental one for my fantastic little boy! This has got to be in my Top 10. There are so many reasons why I am attracted to the individual shops and one may be as simple as a name.
The Tower of Babel – Shop of the Day 99Essex road today and continuing my Top 10 today and this is one of my all time favourites purely because Jimmy Choo’s only opened in 1996 and this must have been going way longer than that.
The Tower of Babel – Shop of the day No.38So Tracey Emin’s Bed is going back to Tate Britain today. In celebration I bring you an equally iconic bed stalwart from South London. Perhaps hers even originates from here!