The Creative Quarter is a shopping wonderland with it’s wide variety of independent shops. It is a real treasure trove for lovers of vintage with shops like Wild Clothing, White Rose, and Cow plus a wide range of charity shops. All you need to do is stroll and get inspired.
You will love Debbie Bryan’s studio and shop where you can buy beautifully crafted jewellery and accessories.
Try Ice-nine for its eclectic mix of jewellery and accessories from around the world. If it’s an original print or great art book you want don’t forget the Nottingham Contemporary shop or Classical CD and Millennium Music for your sounds.
Hockley is famous for its unique independents.
Visit Dezigne, who stock a beautiful variety of hand made gifts and accessories.You can even get a special dress for your wedding day from wedding designers Angela Vickers.
The Creative Quarter is full of fashion from the top of Hockley Square right down into Sneinton Market, including Mimm store for street wear, Two Seasons Element if your passion is Skate and Snow, or if your style is Goth check out Void.
And if you are looking for an image change don’t forget we have some of the most original and talented hairdressers in Nottingham here too, including Jazz Hairdressing, Stanley Adams, M Hair Extensions, No28Barbers, Cooper and Taylor, Twisted Sisters, Curtis and York and Q Hairdressing.
And if that’s not enough we also play host to the most amazing model shop Gee Dee models.
Featured image at top of page is jewellery by Loree Bologna. www.loreebologna.com