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For decent memorabilia, check out the Beatles Shop...
The largest shopping centre in Liverpool, St John's is smack-bang in the heart of the city. With over 100 shops and a food court, there's no need to see the light of day...
Liverpool's peripatetic farmers' market comes to Monument Square twice a month. A great way to get to know what regional producers are coming up with...
Rag-trade wholesalers have given way to independent retailers stocking all manner of hip urban wear, retro fashions and other left-of-centre threads...
This out-of-town mega-mall is the largest shopping centre in the UK, with over 280 shops and even accommodation...
Housed in a restored Victorian fish market among a warren of quirky shops, this is the spot to pick up unique work by Mancunian artists, craftspeople and designers...
Very snazzy jam-packed alternative and unusual record store, selling everything from electroclash to avant rock to stoner. Piccadilly records also sells books, magazines, clothing, DJ equipment and slipmats.
Award-winning vintage boutique with fashions from the 1930s to the '80s. This is the place to go to pick up unusual, individual pieces or that outfit for the fancy-dress ball.
The king of British department stores has an elegant presence on fashionista row. The 2nd-floor restaurant is excellent and even has a wine list of more than 400 different wines.
Smack-bang in the middle of Liverpool's groovy Cavern Quarter, Cavern Walks combines big-name and underground couture in the one complex. Browse or binge, it's all here.
Up-and-coming local designers get a chance to display their wares at this weekly market where you can pick up everything from purses to lingerie and hats to jewellery.
Carhartt, Edwin, Pointer and Undefeated are just some of the trendy labels represented on the racks of this lovely boutique housed in a converted post office.
Besides the impressive range of casual footwear, this hip boutique also stocks a range of designers including APC, Lyle & Scott, Nudie Jeans and Fjällräven.
If you're into retro, this terrific store has high-quality gear from the 1960s and '70s. Shop in the knowledge that it's for a good cause.
A gleaming, high-end pedestrianised shopping district with a handful of bars and restaurants.
Contemporary designs for both men and women from one of the world's most famous luxury designers.
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