Shops After Security

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The majority of shops at Terminal 5 are located after security. There is a definite emphasis on the high-end, luxury goods market, as well as shops to buy practical holiday items and duty free goods. Most are open from 5.30am until the last flight departs, although this does vary.

Accessorize:

Selling a wide range of fashion accessories to suit all tastes – this is the place to pick up beachwear, sunglasses, jewellery and bags.

Add:

Part of the Dixons group, Add offers a range of small electrical items and accessories.

Best of the Supercars:

A place for car-lovers to come and marvel at the luxury cars on display, with the chance to win one.

Boots:

Offering a range of personal care items, cosmetics and medical goods. This is a great one-stop shop for many essential travel and holiday items.

Bulgari:

A fashionable Italian company selling high quality jewellery and watches. Their designs are based on old Greek and Roman art, updated for the modern market.

Caviar House and Prunier:

Also a restaurant, they sell high-quality luxury food items to take with you, including foie-gras, smoked salmon and caviar.

Chocolate Box:

Selling all kinds of chocolate treats – ideal for a snack on the flight, or as a gift.

Cigar House:

Luxury selection of cigars and accessories from across the globe.

Coach:

A luxury accessories and lifestyle brand, the Coach store at Terminal 5 is the first in Europe. Come here for high-quality handbags, leather goods and other accessories.

Collection:

Selling designer fashion items and accessories.

David Clulow:

Sunglasses from many of the world’s top designers and fashion brands. They offer prescription lenses, and offer home deliveries and pick-ups after your return flight.

Dior:

Accessories including handbags, shoes and jewellery, from this world-class designer fashion brand.

Dixons:

A good selection of electrical goods and technology for the traveller.

Glorious Britain:

A place for souvenirs and reminders of home.

Gucci:

A range of designer products from this internationally renowned high-fashion brand.

HMV:

For games, DVDs and CDs, as well as a range of entertainment accessorises, this is the place to come.

Harrods:

High-quality accessories and luxury food and drink items, many of them exclusive to Harrods.

Harrods Signature:

The very best of the Harrods range.

Hughes and Hughes:

The perfect place to pick up books for your flight.

JD:

Lots of sports equipment and clothing on offer from this familiar high street name.

Kurt Geiger:

Selling a huge range of shoes from some of the best designers in the world.

Links of London:

Selling a collection of high quality jewellery and other accessories.

Mappin and Webb:

Watches and jewellery from some of the world’s best brands.

Montblanc:

Selling very high –quality designer pens.

Mulberry:

For both men and women, Mulberry sell a range of top quality bags and leather goods.

Nokia:

A range of mobile phones and accessories from this well-known company.

PC World:

Selling all the latest computers and accessories, including a dedicated Apple section.

Paul Smith Globe:

Selling designer goods including the fashion items Paul Smith is best known for, as well as a range of books, art and travel products.

Prada:

High-quality fashion and accessories from this well-known Italian designer brand.

Reiss:

Contemporary fashion for both men and women

Rolling Luggage:

A great place to come for last minute luggage, including bags, suitcases, locks and straps.

Smythson:

Luxury stationer’s selling writing equipment and accessories.

Sony:

The full range of Sony products, from mobile phones to Playstations.

Sunglass Hut:

A wide choice of sunglasses from various leading brands.

Ted Baker:

Modern fashion for stylish people, with both men’s and women’s ranges available.

The Pen Shop:

Some of the best in high-quality pens, including international brands.

Thomas Pink:

Shirts, ties and cufflinks with quality and style.

Tiffany and Co:

A selection of Tiffany’s renowned jewellery and accessories.

W H Smith:

The place to come to pick up books, magazines or newspapers to read on the flight, as well as a range of stationery and snack foods.

World Duty Free:

A great selection of tax-free goods, including alcohol and tobacco, cosmetics and perfume, and accessories.

World of Whiskies:

A huge selection for whisky fans, including some rare bottles. The staff are knowledgeable if you’re buying as a present and need some helpful advice.

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