Brighton is a popular seaside destination, just 50 miles south of London. Known for its pebble beaches, the Royal Pavilion, Brighton Palace Pier and its vibrant, independent shopping district, North Laine. A mainly Pedestrianized area, North Laine is filled with independent retailers including vintage clothing, books, art and antiques, lifestyle shops and more. Plus coffee shops, bars and restaurants.
Photographer Matt Owens, shares some of his favorite Brighton shops and foodie spots with us. To discover more of Matt’s recommendations and work follow his Instagram lostncompany and visit his website.
14 Bond Street
Two floors filled with beautifully designed objects for the home and life. Established in 2019, HOLD Brighton has a stunning shopfront with graphic, gold signage, a testament to the delights and treasures that await customers inside. Read more
21 Sydney Street
Stationery and paper goods, alongside goods to inspire and tools to create. Read more
42 Gardner Street
Multi brand womenswear boutique.
PEGGS & SON
39 Duke Street
Independent menswear store.
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23 Ship Street
A carefully curated selection of menswear, womenswear and lifestyle products from across the globe.
37 Gardner Street
DOWSE’s range of jewelry and lifestyle products mixed with other products from independent small businesses & designers.
33 Kensington Gardens
Clothing, pins, patches, records, and books.
BRASS MONKEY ICE CREAM
16 Kensington Gardens
Organic artisan ice cream.
28 Sydney Street
Specialty coffee roasters based in Brighton.
THE FLOUR POT
The first store opened in 2013 of this popular bakery.
36 Gloucester Road
Colorful destination for authentic Mexican street food.
Brighton Palace Pier photograph courtesy Theodor Vasile