The vintage, the kitsch and the outlandish. An average stroll in London
Long before being a food haven, London, UK, was (and still is) a kitsch haven. The same markets I’ve already written that showcase a healthy selection of cosmopolitan delicacies, also sell some of the most outlandish goods you are bound to find anywhere else. Between vintage and second-hand, I think Notting Hill’s Portobello Market wins, but I wouldn’t rule out of the competition Old Spitalfields and Brick Lane neither. Grab your London map and have a look yourself.
Now, I’m aware I have taken picture of probably the most outlandish merchandise on sale, but don’t be misled by my soft spot for anything quirky, as especially the Old Spitalfields Market does sell also beautiful handmade jewellery, clothing and home decorations.