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Carnaby Street Collection

"Carnaby Street: A Vibrant and Iconic London Destination" Located in the heart of Soho, London, a legendary street that has become synonymous with fashion, music

Background imageCarnaby Street Collection: Carnaby Street, London. Pop Boutique. 24th May 1968

Carnaby Street, London. Pop Boutique. 24th May 1968

Background imageCarnaby Street Collection: Carnaby Street, London. Image shows trendy boutiques. 1960s

Carnaby Street, London. Image shows trendy boutiques. 1960s

Background imageCarnaby Street Collection: Pauls Male Boutique, Carnaby Street, London. April 1968

Pauls Male Boutique, Carnaby Street, London. April 1968

Background imageCarnaby Street Collection: Carnaby Street, London. Fashion mecca in the 1960s. Circa 1968

Carnaby Street, London. Fashion mecca in the 1960s. Circa 1968

Background imageCarnaby Street Collection: Mod dog wearing scarlet doe skin mod military tunic trimmed with extra heavy gold braid

Mod dog wearing scarlet doe skin mod military tunic trimmed with extra heavy gold braid and buttons. 1st March 1967

Background imageCarnaby Street Collection: Carnaby Street, London, England, UK

Carnaby Street, London, England, UK

Background imageCarnaby Street Collection: Crook's improved open-fire hot-plate kitchen range

Crook's improved open-fire hot-plate kitchen range
5310303 Crook's improved open-fire hot-plate kitchen range; (add.info.: Engraving depicting Crook's improved open-fire hot-plate kitchen range, awarded a medal at the 1851 Exhibition)

Background imageCarnaby Street Collection: U2 filming the video for their single 'Even Better Than the Real Thing'

U2 filming the video for their single "Even Better Than the Real Thing"
U2 filming the video for their single " Even Better Than the Real Thing", Carnaby Street, London. 12th February 1992

Background imageCarnaby Street Collection: King of Carnaby Street, Harry Fox, opened his new Lady Jane boutique

King of Carnaby Street, Harry Fox, opened his new Lady Jane boutique, and was almost immediately arrested. Harry arranged a special window display

Background imageCarnaby Street Collection: Carnaby Street Scenes and Demonstration over Mick Jagger and Keith Richard

Carnaby Street Scenes and Demonstration over Mick Jagger and Keith Richard, concerning their release from prison on £ 7, 000 bail on drugs charges. 1st July 1967

Background imageCarnaby Street Collection: Christmas decorations, Carnaby Street, Soho, London, England, UK

Christmas decorations, Carnaby Street, Soho, London, England, UK

Background imageCarnaby Street Collection: Carnaby Street, Soho, London, England, UK

Carnaby Street, Soho, London, England, UK

Background imageCarnaby Street Collection: Carnaby Street in Soho, City of Westminster, London, England, UK

Carnaby Street in Soho, City of Westminster, London, England, UK

Background imageCarnaby Street Collection: Carnaby Street, London, England, UK

Carnaby Street, London, England, UK

Background imageCarnaby Street Collection: UK, England, London, The West End, Carnaby Street, Newburgh Street

UK, England, London, The West End, Carnaby Street, Newburgh Street

Background imageCarnaby Street Collection: John Stephens Shop of Carnaby Street, launch The Khartoum Cut

John Stephens Shop of Carnaby Street, launch The Khartoum Cut, in time for the world premier of the film Khartoum on 9th June 1966. The film stars Laurence Olivier and Charlton Heston

Background imageCarnaby Street Collection: The girls after they had selected their mini-skirts. September 1967 P006385

The girls after they had selected their mini-skirts. September 1967 P006385

Background imageCarnaby Street Collection: Westminster W1F 7 Map

Westminster W1F 7 Map
Postcode Sector Map of Westminster W1F 7

Background imageCarnaby Street Collection: Manchester M9 4 Map

Manchester M9 4 Map
Postcode Sector Map of Manchester M9 4

Background imageCarnaby Street Collection: Alternative festive Christmas lights in Carnaby Street, Soho, London, England, United Kingdom

Alternative festive Christmas lights in Carnaby Street, Soho, London, England, United Kingdom, Europe

Background imageCarnaby Street Collection: Carnaby Street, London. Fashion mecca in the 60s. 2nd October 1966

Carnaby Street, London. Fashion mecca in the 60s. 2nd October 1966

Background imageCarnaby Street Collection: Carnaby Street, London. Street Sign. 11th February 1992

Carnaby Street, London. Street Sign. 11th February 1992

Background imageCarnaby Street Collection: October 2006

October 2006
Portobello Market in Notting Hill is popular with tourists and locals alike

Background imageCarnaby Street Collection: Ironmongers shop on Carnaby Street, London, 1944

Ironmongers shop on Carnaby Street, London, 1944
Ironmongers shop on 37 Carnaby Street, London, 1944. A man looks at the window display in an ironmongers shop with buckets, lengths of hose and other items on the pavement and hung from hooks

Background imageCarnaby Street Collection: Alternative festive Christmas lights in Carnaby Street, Soho, London, England, United Kingdom

Alternative festive Christmas lights in Carnaby Street, Soho, London, England, United Kingdom, Europe




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"Carnaby Street: A Vibrant and Iconic London Destination" Located in the heart of Soho, London, a legendary street that has become synonymous with fashion, music, and cultural movements. This bustling thoroughfare has witnessed countless iconic moments throughout its history. From the swinging 60s to the present day, it has been at the forefront of style and creativity. It was here that U2 filmed their groundbreaking video for "Even Better Than the Real Thing, " capturing the energy and spirit of this vibrant street. But it's not just about music; it is known for its Christmas decorations that light up the entire area during the festive season. The dazzling lights create a magical atmosphere as shoppers explore unique boutiques and trendy shops. Steeped in history, it has seen its fair share of demonstrations and protests over time. Mick Jagger and Keith Richard once found themselves amidst scenes of activism on this very street—a testament to its significance as a platform for social change. Dating back to May 24th, 1968, Pop Boutique opened its doors on Carnaby Street—becoming an emblematic spot where fashion-forward individuals could find one-of-a-kind pieces that reflected their individuality. Today, visitors can still experience the allure in all its glory. Situated in Westminster's West End district—the beating heart of London—this vibrant hub continues to draw locals and tourists alike with its eclectic mix of shops, restaurants, bars, and entertainment venues. So whether you're looking for cutting-edge fashion or simply want to soak up some authentic London vibes while strolling through picturesque streets adorned with Christmas decorations—Carnaby Street is undoubtedly a must-visit destination that encapsulates everything this dynamic city represents.