Young fashion brand Stradivarius’ Oxford Street location is their only store in the UK to offer both menswear and womenswear. Designed in Spain, and loved around the world for its trendy fast fashion style, it is recognisable by its logo featuring the treble clef. This is the symbol, the brand says, of all the melodies, energy, and emotions, behind Stradivarius that it invites you to explore.
Perfect for teens, and the young at heart, the shop has your ultimate weekend wardrobe covered from clothing to accessories, shoes, and bags at affordable prices. Always keeping up with the latest looks, new stock arrives regularly to fulfil your every fashion craving. They also stock cute homewares including decorative lights, cushion covers, garlands, and stationery to make your living space a beautiful place to be.
The men’s clothing line is split into three categories: Smart; easy-wearing, understated colours and styles that go from day to night, Cotton; a more directional line with Japanese elements and indigo as the core colour palette, and Denim; durable and comfortable jeans made from selvedge, highflex, or knitted denim.
A relative newcomer to the UK shopping scene, the store opened in 2016 following the success of its first store in Westfield Stratford which opened in 2014. International visitors to London, and those who regularly shop abroad, may already be familiar with the clothing brand, which has 960 stores in over 64 countries already. With retail giant Inditex (owners of Zara, Mango, and Bershka) behind it, it is destined for wider expansion, making this an exciting opportunity to be one of the first in the UK to shop the brand.
It hasn’t made a shy entrance though, with the Stradivarius Oxford Street space covering 16,000 square feet, it’s largest in the world. Split on three levels, you’ll find womenswear and lifestyle on the ground floor and basement, with menswear showcased upstairs. As trend-led as the clothes within it, the store features cool exposed brick, strip lighting, and a huge glass façade.