Nestled in the heart of the famous Columbia Road Flower Market in East London, our Shoreditch store welcomes you on Saturdays and Sundays.

The Flower Market now has a new layout, with the stalls all along the north side of the street only, facing the shops and running from the Birdcage Pub along the street. This makes more space on the street and feels much less crowded even when busy.

If you are coming by car, there is parking (£10 for the day) every Sunday from 8am to 4pm at Mulberry Academy on Gosset Street, London E2 6NW. 

We hope to see you soon at the shop!

Our original store is a perfect example of a Victorian shop, full of character and charm. Why not come on a Sunday and experience the unique atmosphere and liveliness of the world-famous Flower Market.


Angela Flanders Perfumery Columbia Road



96 Columbia Road

Shoreditch, London E2 7QB

Telephone 020 7739 7555




Saturday: 11.30 am - 5.30 pm

Sunday: 9 am - 4 pm 

The Sunday Flower Market is open from 8am to 3pm

Parking at Columbia Road:

Saturday: free parking and outside congestion zone
Sunday: parking available at Mulberry School on Gosset Street from 8am to 4pm

We also have another store located in Spitalfields, London. Click here to discover it.



Angela Flanders found her shop in the heart of the famous Sunday morning Flower Market at Columbia Road, Shoreditch, in the spring of 1985. She set about to restore this perfect example of a Victorian shop to its original character and charm. Known for its world-famous Sunday flower market, Columbia Road is one of the few streets in the capital composed entirely of independent shops, which are usually only open at weekends.

The street is a treasure trove, offering a diverse and eclectic range of carefully sourced, individual products not to be found elsewhere. Choose from artisan jewellers and booksellers to gift shops and galleries, antiques and homewares, children’s shops, perfumery and fashion boutiques, as well as critically-acclaimed restaurants and pubs.

The philanthropic Baroness Angela Coutts originally built the shops on a watercress field as a Victorian shopping arcade over 150 years ago. Columbia Road retains a Dickensian atmosphere with cobbled streets, traditional shop fronts and Victorian street lamps. The street and surrounding area are frequently used as film and television locations due to its unique character.


Nearest tube stations: Bethnal Green (Central Line) , Liverpool St Station ( Central Line, Circle Line, Hammersmith & City Line or mainline train connections) ,  or Old Street (Northern Line)

Buses 8, 388, 26, 48 and 55 all stop nearby.


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