What are the best clothing boutiques in London?

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Joseph Reaney

As one of the world's fashion capitals, London has plenty of great clothes shopping, from department stores to designer markets. But nothing beats London boutique.

Here are three of the best.
Late Night Chameleon Cafe, 18 Shacklewell Lane, E8
Part-fashion boutique, part-arty hangout, LL-CC (as its known by its loyal customers) is so cool it's only accessible by appointment. After descending from a non-descript office into a stylized futuristic basement, you'll come face-to-face with a bevy of avant-garde clothing, courtesy of brands like Dries Van Noten and Balenciaga. There are also a selection of books, magazines and CDs so you can make an afternoon of it.

The Goodhood Store, 41 Coronet Street, N1
A hive of contemporary fashion in the heart of Hoxton, The Goodhood Store boasts its own effortlessly cool in-house fashion line, but also champions chic London labels like Antipodium alongside renowned international brands including Surface to Air (from France) and Quoddy footwear (from the US).
Aimé, 32 Ledbury Road, W11
A slice of Paris in the heart of London, Aimé in upmarket Notting Hill specializes in all things French, with brands ranging from the insouciantly-hip Isabel Marant to the ballet-beautiful Repetto.

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