Conveniently situated in central London, Darkroom is an independent design label bringing an eclectic mix of original pieces to all areas of our lives from homeware to fashion. We love the splash of colour that each of their pieces bring to their aptly designed black room, and we highly recommend them for statement pieces and unique gifts.
Founded by designer Bronwyn Lowenthal in 2002, Lowie’s philosophy has always been to create beautifully designed clothes with minimal environmental impact and an insistence that their workers are happy and fairly paid. The clothes are made with finest soft wools, luxurious organic and recycled cottons and top quality leather. Their wonderful little boutique in Herne Hill stock their own brand along with other brands such as Toolally, Hansel From Basel, Samsoe & samsoe and Matthew Calvin.
Future and Found
Future and Found provides the perfect combination of style and simplicity with their range of homeware and accessories which you can find at their store in Tufnell Park, North London. With their minimalist Scandi-style designs, some of which are their own and others of which they have sourced from further afield, Future and Found’s beautifully designed collection has something to suit every household.
69b shares our love of ethical fashion, providing womenswear that brings together the designs of “forward thinking designers and brands”, and for that alone has a well deserved place in our Top 5 London Boutiques list. With an ever-growing range consisting of clothing and accessories from designers across the globe, 69b is well worth checking out.
Founded by Kate Richards, The Keep Boutique in Brixton Village is local to LFA HQ and provides sustainable fashion, bringing together an appreciation of quality and craftsmanship. Their mission is to seek out and promote fashion brands with true integrity, whilst carefully curating the selection to ensure style comes first.