Manchester – Shopping

Where to get your Fashion Fix

Whether it's the all-under-one-roof Trafford Centre, the vintage stalls and boutiques of the Northern Quarter, or the high-end designer shops in and around King Street, Manchester ticks all your shopping boxes. There's even a Selfridges and a Harvey Nichols, in case you were wondering…

Gay and lesbian specific

Clone Zone, 36-38 Sackville Street
Manchester's outpost of the famous gay adult-interest shop , bringing you toys, DVDs, gifts and specialist clothing.

House of Pleasure, 39 Bloom Street
A licensed shop specializing in leather and rubber-wear, costumes, toys, lingerie and X-rated goodies.

Gay and lesbian interest

The Trafford Centre
Come and enjoy the unique blend of shopping and entertainment with stores such as Selfridges and big name designer stores Vivienne Westwood, Calvin Klein, A/X Armani Exchange and Bench, perfect for insatiable fashionistas!

Harvey Nichols, 21 Cathedral Street
This Manchester outpost of the luxury department store made infamous by Absolutely Fabulous won't disappoint. Neither will the cutting edge Second Floor Restaurant, which is popular with Manchester's knowing fashionistas.

Tib Street Fashion Market, Tib Street
Find up and coming designers - If you are looking for individual and unique pieces at affordable prices then the Manchester Fashion Market is the place to visit! It is the first dedicated fashion market in the North West and houses the latest up and coming designers from Manchester.

Afflecks, 52 Church Street
Manchester’s emporium of eclecticism, selling everything from top hats to tattoos. A rabbit warren of a building where the trendsetters flock to shop at the 50 independent outlets over five floors.

Flannels, St Ann's Place
Popular with footballers (and their wives), Flannels is a first-call for those looking for carefully selected sartorial gems from the world's most popular designers.

Vivienne Westwood, 47 Spring Gardens, King Street
The northern flagship of Vivienne's legendary empire. Expect quirky pieces with that oh-so-recognizable Westwood flair.

Pop Boutique, 34-36 Oldham Street
A vintage itself, Pop Boutique has been on the block since 1983. The most retro of Manchester’s vintage shops, with clothes from the 60s, 70s and 80s as well as fashion from the Pop label.

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