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Liverpool - Shopping

Where to get your Fashion Fix

You will find almost every form of retail therapy in Liverpool and elsewhere in the City Region. Shopping heaven begins when you head down to the sensational Met Quarter where you can pick up your favorites by Armani and Diesel.

Bold Street
Bold Street is a not-to-be-missed Liverpool shopping street, famous for its lively independent cafes, alternative boutiques and bohemian food stores.Shops includes News from Nowhere, a radical gay/lesbian bookshop based in Bold Street with a huge range of books, magazines and periodicals.

Utility
The perfect gift shop where you’ll find a gorgeous, inspirational range of cool greetings cards, jewelry, watches and great items for giving.and treating yourself.

Resurrection
Sublime shop to pick up new threads.

Hairy Records
Physical agility is required to shop here, especially in the soul section, stretching and curving various parts of your body to get a glimpse of the sleeves. They've got pretty much the past thirty or forty years covered, rock, pop, folk etc.

Lord Street
Lord Street is the main shopping street of Southport Classic Resort. It is one of the great shopping streets of Liverpool City Region and measures exactly 1 mile in length, with a roundabout marking each end of the street.

Metquarter
Liverpool's newest shopping centre boasts brands such as Armani, All Saints and Aspecto. The Met Quarter is anchored by a 17,000 sqft Flannels store, an independent retailer which stocks collections by Dolce and Gabbana, Gucci and Prada.

Liverpool ONE
Liverpool ONE offers more than 160 famous high street stores, fashion brands (Top Man, Cult and Ted Baker) cool independent boutiques, cafés and restaurants to the city centre. a multitude of high profile stores shoppers.

Vivienne Westwood
Her unique and sometimes outrageous designs really stand out from the other shops in the area and shine like a trend-setting beacon of light in the Cavern.

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