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  • Oxfam

    The first Oxfam store to be redesigned by Jane Shepherdson (formerly of Topshop), this Westbourne Grove boutique opened in 2008, successfully trans... More
  • Oyster Card

    The easiest and most economical way to travel throughout London is with the Oyster Card, a type of transportation debit card. The card reduces the ... More
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  • Paper Club

    Art Deco-inspired suites, private chambers, and secret passageways make up London’s hottest nightclub. Not surprisingly, it’s tough to get in, thou... More
  • Paperchase

    Though there are now branches of this paper mecca across the world, the triple-decker Fitzrovia spot was the original Paperchase store, catering to... More
  • Partridges

    One of London’s finest grocers, Partridges was founded in 1972. The family-run store sells a variety of gourmet food items, including truffle honey... More
  • Paul Smith Globe

    Push through the French château doors and it’s clear that Smith’s Globe is more than a clothing shop. Sure, you’ll find plenty of the eclectic Brit... More
  • Paul Smith No. 9

    A large golden “9” boldly marks the glass doors at this Paul Smith shop in the Mayfair neighborhood of West London. Inside, the store has an eclect... More
  • Paul Smith Park Street

    Although British fashion king Paul Smith owns namesake shops across the globe, this funky branch near Borough Market is said to be one of his perso... More
  • Paul Smith, Covent Garden

    Britain’s best-known men’s wear designer is gregarious and charming, and his eccentricities manifest in discreetly peculiar and impeccably tailored... More
  • Paul Smith, Notting Hill

    Britain’s best-known men’s wear designer is gregarious and charming, and his eccentricities manifest in discreetly peculiar and impeccably tailored... More
  • Philip Treacy

    Milliner to royals, celebs, and fashion's elite, Irishman Philip Treacy's bespoke studio/retail shop in Belgravia has eye-catching chapeaux and fas... More
  • Phoenix Cinema

    Original Debut: The Art Deco–style, 255-seat Phoenix originally opened as the East Finchley Picturedrome, with the tagline, “the world’s finest pic... More
  • Pigalle Club

    Supper clubs and cabarets are London’s latest craze, and Shaun Clarkson lent his design expertise to this one. The name doesn’t refer to the saucy ... More
  • Pilar Corrias Gallery

    London socialite and gallerist Pilar Corrias—who helped start Haunch of Venison gallery, a branch of which recently opened in New York City—opened ... More

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