Girls' Weekend in London: Shopping

- Accommodation
- Dining
- Shopping
- Culture
- Dancing and Drinking
- Relaxing

Harrods, London. Photo Credit: sonewfangled. C.C.LicenseHarrods
87-135 Brompton Road
Prepare for the store of stores, ready to meet all your first-class shopping needs. A legend in itself, Harrods has seven floors and more than 92,000 square meters of selling space for designer finery, ranging from Luella bags to Marc Jacobs dresses to Colombo decorative cashmere throw blankets - only £399. If shopping works up your appetite, stop by one of the department store's mouthwatering restaurants or cafes.
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Harvey Nichols
109-125 Knightsbridge
Picture "Harvey Nicks" as a funkier, more cutting-edge version of Harrods. Go here for the latest Stella McCartney dress or the same Superfine jeans that Sienna Miller, Posh or Kate Moss wear. Make sure you leave time for a trip to the Fifth Floor restaurant, where chef Helena Puolakka has food critics eating out of the palm of her hand.
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Greater Marlborough Street
Since 1875, this beautifully-designed shop has become a favourite among fashion designers and fashion lovers alike. Its iconic "Liberty prints", which could be seen on many a Mary Quant dress in the 1960s, are a legend, and the shop is still setting trends today. Whether you prefer up-and-coming or established designers, Liberty can help. Eley Kishimoto, Alexander McQueen, Marni - they have it all.
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Miss Selfridge
This is the one of the city's best locations for finding celeb-quality looks for less. If you saw it on Sienna, Kate or Keira, you can find it here without draining your bank account. You can also find handbags that look like Balenciaga or Michael Kors for prices that begin at £10. If Miss Selfridge is good enough for Mischa Barton's shopping needs, it can't be so bad.
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If you're looking for upscale style on a high-street price, Topshop is the answer to your fashion prayers. The shop, which according to the company's Web site sells an average of 30 pairs of knickers each minute, 6,000 pairs of jeans each day and 35,000 pairs of shoes each week, is immensely popular among celebrities and the masses alike. Kate Moss has her own line there, so be sure to see what all the fuss is about.
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- Jill Hilbrenner