LONDON CITY GUIDE: EAT SEE PLAY SHOP

Elias & Grace

Elias and Grace is a small but well stocked children’s shop located on the main strip in Primrose Hill. This trendy boutique has one of the best selection of clothing brands in London, including all our favourite European brands like  Simple Kids, Quincy, Maan, Album di Famiglia, Petit Bateau, Pepe Shoes, Bonton, etc. Everything is displayed really well (in sections divided by gender) and they do a really good job of creating ‘looks‘, mixing up the different brands and styles. They also have a great online shop, and they ship internationally.

CONTACT DETAILS:

Elias & Grace
158 Regents Park Road
London NW1 8XN, United Kingdom
020 7449 0574


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