First of all, I found out that Peckham is an upcoming arty district located in the south of London. So I decided to look up some cool places. When going there, it took us about 15 to 20 minutes (leaving from Shoreditch).
The Bussey Building AKA The CLF Art Café - The Bussey Building is a hidden tram depot in the middle of Peckam, located on the main road of Peckham. When entering The BB, there's a lot of variety in things you can do: Nineteen is a cafe where you can have a drink and little bite. Rye Wax is located in the basement and offers you tons of vinyl records, but also a performance space, where comics and a mix of artists come by. Also you can attend some workshops. Arty vibes all over the place!
Address: 133 Rye Lane
Religion - Walking around through Shoreditch, I saw this Religion store, a brand that I got to know at the pressdays last season. Definitely love a first sight so we checked out the store.
Rokit Vintage - Rokit is one of the vintage stores that we visited and has 4 stores in London. The Rokit stores were my favorites because they offer you a bunch of well-selected vintage clothing. Also for those of you that are looking for an oversized jeans jacket, go there!
Boxpark - A gathering of concept stores, pop-up stores, drink&food spots made out of shipping containers. Great spot to walk through and have a bite.
SOHO, COVENT GARDEN and LONDON CITY
Urban Tea Rooms - When tired and thirsty while shopping ('cause yes Soho is so nice to shop), make a quick stop at Urban Tea Rooms. They have great coffee and tea, plus you can buy some pastries.
Sister Ray - Right next to the spot where Oasis shot their cover for 'What's The Story? Morning Glory' we found this amazing vinyl shop, where mister Vincent haddddd to buy some records. Oh how I love watching him looking around to find some 'I've always wanted these'-records (#cute).
Address: 75 Berwick Street
Homeslice Pizza - Walking around through Neal's Yard, we passed by this pizzeria where a bunch of people were waiting, so we went there to check it out. Arriving there, we noticed that you could just take out (or eat inside -make you sure you book a table if you want so-) slices of pizza. As we weren't that hungry, we took out some slices for the both of us and took seat at a random bench at Neal's Yard. Super cosy!
Camden was our last spot to visit during our stay in London. We went there on a Sunday, which was a good and a bad idea. Loooads of people go there on Sunday for a 'multicultural bite' from the different foodtrucks (literally every country is represented, although I think Belgium wasn't? Oops ;) ). Also you can do some vintage shopping, as well as buying handmade jewels and other stuff.