Shopping at King’s Cross
Tom Dixon – The Coal Office at Bagley Walk Arches is a live Tom Dixon studio combining shop, ‘factory’ and HQ all under one roof, with a brand-new restaurant and roof terrace.
Space NK – The King’s Boulevard store features a beauty concierge service and offer exclusive makeup and skincare brands from Jo Loves, IGK Hair, Herbivore and more.
& Other Stories – a one-stop styling destination with collections from design ateliers in Paris, Stockholm and LA. King’s Boulevard
Carhartt WIP – The ‘urban baby brother’ to the iconic US clothing and accessories. Designed by Faye Toogood, the store is on King’s Boulevard
Jigsaw – Beautiful, timeless clothes and accessories at Three Pancras Square on King’s Boulevard.
Sweaty Betty, the women’s activewear retailer is on King’s Boulevard. Free monogramming and kombucha on tap.ollec
18montrose’s London store was conceived to explore and challenge the conventions of the familiar shopping space, as an ever-evolving physical and online retail project. Product for men and women from leading global brands including Alexander Wang, Rick Owens, Maison Margiela and Stone Island.
Nike Central King’s Cross Two floors of the very best Nike products and expert advice. Find the store on King’s Boulevard at Two Pancras Square, just moments from the station entrance.
Waitrose – just off Granary Square in a beautifully restored historic train shed. The store features a wine bar, cafe, juice bar, bakery and cookery school.
Spiritland – a mecca for music lovers – music on CD and vinyl, audio equipment, accessories and more.
Frame Fitness – The cult fitness studio has a shop at its venue on York Way. Pick up the latest street-to-studio sportswear. FRAME’s own label is stocked, as well the likes of Nike, Sweaty Betty, Lululemon, Koral, L’urv, Daquini, LNDR, Y.A.S Sport, HPE, Lumo and more. You’ll also find a host of healthy cookbooks, natural beauty products and fitness equipment.
Coal Drops Yard – This October, the doors will open at Coal Drops Yard – Paul Smith, COS, Samsung, Wolf & Badger, Aesop, American Vintage, Superga, Twinn, Universal Works and many more.
St Pancras International – it’s station shopping, but not as you know it! Boutique retailers plus well-known high street brands now fill the brick arches in beautiful St Pancras Station. Recent arrivals include Whistles, Gant, John Lewis, M.A.C., Dune and Fortnum & Mason. You’ll also find Oliver Bonas, Links London, LK Bennett, Marks & Spencer, Boots, Hatchards, Hamleys and many more.
King’s Cross Station – Accessorize, Kiehl’s, American Apparel and not forgetting the Harry Potter Shop! These and more can be found in the new Western Concourse at King’s Cross Station.
KERB – King’s Boulevard is the place to sample some of London’s finest street food. Weekday lunchtimes a rotating array of traders offer up some of the Capital’s most exciting fare.
Real Food Market at King’s Cross – bringing great quality artisan produce to Kings Cross. Buy from the likes of The Borough Cheese Company, Black Acorn, House of Sverre and more. King’s Cross Square, every Wednesday – Friday, 12.00-19.00
The Cally Market – this Saturday street market features a wonderful variety of fresh produce, arts and crafts. Saturdays 9am – 5pm
Sourced Market – organic, local and artisan food products in the heart of St Pancras Station.
Chalton Street Market – just off Euston Road, this is a local London street market selling fabric, clothing, fruit & veg and household goods. Every Friday 10am – 4pm
The King’s Cross Food Assembly, Sundays from 11am – 1pm at 170 Caledonian Road
Also in the neighbourhood
Beara Beara – this is the place for beautiful vintage leather handbags, satchels and backpacks. This sustainable leather goods brand prides itself on producing unique pieces that stand the test of time. The bags are designed in Britain and handmade in Bolivia using raw cow hide, the softest suede and vintage Andean cloths.
Cubitts – These are spectacle frames and sunglasses made the traditional way. Think old school design, fine craft and carefully considered optics. Each pair goes through fifty stages of production over a period of six weeks, including four separate stages of polishing. Cubitts also offers an eye testing service.
Drink, Shop, Do – a cafe by day and a bar by night with fun things to do in-between. Think dance classes, customise your own coffee mug workshops and ping pong championships.
Wellcome Collection shop – a wide and ever- changing selection of books exploring what it means to be human and complementing the themes from the Wellcome Collection galleries and exhibitions. Find an enticing range of cards, postcards, limited edition prints and unusual gifts.
British Library Shop – quirky books and gifts for the curious and literary-minded.
Utility – modern, original designer furniture, lighting, home accessories, gifts, watches and jewellery.
Runners Need – London’s premier specialist running retailer offering a wide range of specialist running gear and advice, plus free video gait analysis technology to aid in recommending the most appropriate footwear.
London Luggage – a wide range of luggage to satisfy all travel needs including over 40 leading brands of luggage, backpacks, flight and holiday accessories, business and children’s luggage.
Pall Mall Barbers – traditional Service in a Modern Manner, Pall Mall Barbers have been around since 1896 with other stores in Trafalgar Square, Fitzrovia, Westminster, Bishopsgate.
London Flower School – learn floristry techniques, create beautiful arrangements and be inspired to explore the world of flowers by former Head Tutor at McQueens Flower School.
Nearby shopping areas
Caledonian Road and Regent Quarter – a colourful area with a selection of diverse, quirky shops.
Woburn Walk – attractive pedestrian street with cafés, bookshops and galleries.
Bloomsbury – Leigh Street and Marchmont Street, bookshops, cafés and pubs.
Brunswick – shops, eateries and arthouse cinema in the famous, modernist centre.