Fashion & Jewellery

Portobello market is a destination for lovers of vintage, but if that’s not your style, there’s plenty of new fashion too. Many famous designers and brands started out right here so you might discover the next big star.

There’s fashion for all tastes and budgets, and a great choice of accessories and jewellery too.

fashion in Portobello Road

Fashion

On the market

On Portobello Road every day except Sunday, you’ll find stalls of trendy teenage and twenty-something tops, dresses and knitwear at very affordable prices, plus accessories like hats and bags.

On Fridays and Saturdays there are many more stalls where you’ll find basics like t-shirts and shirts, plus scarves, sunglasses, shoes and tights – everything to put together a great outfit – and on Saturdays Portobello Green, just north of the Westway and out to Ladbroke Grove, is packed with fashion.

Fashion at Portobello market

Here are some of the regular stalls;

New dress on Portobello marketMr Khalkhali has colourful dresses and knitwear in the centre of the market every day except Thursdays and Sundays.

 

 

Shirts on Portobello marketAlso on Saturdays, Cyril has men’s business and casual shirts, sweatshirts and accessories, plus uniquely on the market, reading glasses for men and women.

 

Tights at Portobello marketUnder the Westway on Fridays and Saturdays Laura has tights, stockings and socks in all sorts of colours, textures and patterns.

 

 

Bright suede desert bootsJust south of the Westway on Fridays, and north of it on Saturdays, Erez has comfortable classic footwear for men and women.

 
 

Russian scarves on Portobello MarketEvery day except Sunday Albert and Anna have Russian hats, scarves and jewellery, plus sheepskins and traditional Russian dolls.

On Fridays and Saturdays, Feel Colour has hand-woven cotton scarves and handmade semi-precious jewellery from South-East Asia.

Deerstalker hat at Portobello MarketFor a wedding or trip to the races, you’ll find dramatic occasion hats and fascinators, plus smart felts for the gentlemen, at Paris Hats under the Westway on Fridays.

 

London sweatshirtsUnder the Westway on Fridays and Saturdays, the London T-shirt Company has colourful London t-shirts and sweatshirts for adults and children.

 

Loud and Proud London bright cotton dressesAlso on Fridays and Saturdays Loud and Proud have cotton dresses, skirts and jackets in gorgeous bright colours and prints.

 
 

Independent fashion shops

You’ll find lots of independent boutiques in and around Portobello Road.

Portobello Green arcade under the Westway houses a collection of independent small businesses where many up and coming young designers start out.  There’s day and eveningwear, tailoring, lingerie and accessories.

Fairtrade handbag at DanaqaDanaqa in Portobello Green Arcade under the Westway (formerly in Westbourne Park Rd) sells high-quality fairtrade accessories and home decor items with a sophisticated aesthetic, hand-made in developing countries.

Supra has street and sporty fashion at 249 and 273 Portobello Road.

t-shirts from Yaya in Portobello Road Yaya at 263 Portobello Road has smart casual mens and womenswear, including their own exclusive T-shirt range.

 

 

Adam of London tailouring Portobello GreenFor slick 1960s retro style men’s tailoring, visit Adam of London in the Portobello Green arcade under the Westway.

 

 

Nearby at 276 Portobello Road, Tonic specialises in classic quality, smart casual menswear.

For an old-school rock and roll T-shirt try Fifteen Minutes at 253 Portobello Road.

Visit Kensington Park Road for high end style at boutiques including Sub-Couture, The Dispensary and The West Village.

Golborne Road has the flagship stores of designer brands J & M Davidson and Ally Cappellino, and just around the corner at 88 Bevington Road, designer boutique Soler.

At 101 Golborne Road, recently relocated from Kensal Rise, is sophisticated womenswear, jewellery and vintage homeware boutique Lali.

Jewellery

Alongside the huge selection of antique and vintage jewellery, there’s also contemporary jewellery to be found.

wood and silver bracelet on Portobello marketNear Tavistock Square on Fridays and Saturdays 81st Generation has a huge range of jewellery from materials including wood, silver, brass, horn, bone, semi-precious stones, coconut, shell and leather.

 

silver and stone rings at Portobello marketLuna y Sol, on Fridays and Saturdays near the corner of Lancaster Road, has original jewellery with a South American influence, hand-crafted from natural materials.

 

Red African necklaces on Portobello marketUnder the Westway on Fridays and Saturdays, Agnes has a stall piled with bold, colourful, mostly African bead necklaces.

 

 

Amber bracelets on Portobello marketOn the market most days, Albert and Anna specialise in amber jewellery, but also have rings, bracelets and necklaces of chunky semi-precious stones.

 

Reflextion glass jewellery at Portobello market LondonReflexion Glass has a shimmering array of handmade kiln-fused dichroic (two-coloured) glass, worked into pendants, earrings and bracelets. On Fridays they can be found in the southern end of Portobello Road, near Westbourne Grove, and on Saturdays they’re further north.

For original precious and semi-precious jewellery try these shops;

original gold jewellery by Sarah BuntingSarah Bunting is a designer-maker in Portobello Green arcade, under the Westway, who specialises in bespoke engagement and wedding rings.

Also in Portobello Green is Isis, with Linda Atkinson’s own contemporary jewellery designs, plus a selection of work by other designer-makers.