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The Lanes in Brighton

The Lanes is probably Brighton’s shopping haven, what with its confusing maze of small streets and tiny alleyways that are packed full of shops and boutiques.

This upmarket district is where you’ll find the city's designer stores and crazy independent outlets, making it the perfect place to give your credit card an airing.

If you’re looking for a little shopping centre with plenty of top notch stores all under the one roof then head straight for Regent Arcade [map]. With water features, plants and soft music, this arcade has a very elegant feel to it that is enhanced by designer names such as Patrick Cox, Moschino and Versace, which are stocked at Cecil Gee and Gog.

For a sweet treat there’s Audrey Chocolatiers and MP's Fudgery, whilst Earthly Artefacts sells unusual gifts and Fishers Collectables has hundreds of soft toys.

There are plenty more classy clothing stores dotted around the quaint street in The Lanes, including Karen Millen [map], where the ladies can pick up evening and special event wear. And for the fellas there is Reiss [map], a stylish shop selling exquisite and modern suits, trousers and shirts for the fashion conscious.

If paying full price for designer clobber is going you break the bank, why not try Revisions [map], a small shop selling a variety of second hand clothes and end of line stock from Prada, Gucci, Ralph Lauren, Chanel, Dior, Galliano, Westwood and Armani.

But this is not just a place to buy great bargains; it’s also where you can make some money from your old clothes. The shop acts as an agent and takes around 50% commission from any sales.

Those looking for some fancy footwear should try Buffalo [map], whose wacky creations were made famous by the Spice Girls. This store is well known for its glittering platform trainers, crocodile print knee-length boots and kitten heel mules.

If you’re planning a celebration then the chances are you’re going to need a cake to mark the birthday, wedding, engagement, retirement or christening. So why not check out Choccywoccydoodah [map], which has got to be the most wacky cake shop in the South, if not the world!

From a spiky chocolate fetish cake to a three-tiered gateaux complete with iced vegetable decoration, they will create your wildest edible desire.

For speciality chocolates head to Montezuma’s Chocolates [map], a store that no chocolate lover can walk past without popping in for a bag of Chocolate Turtles. The chocolates here are all hand-made in West Sussex using the finest organic ingredients, and the selection includes, bags of giant buttons and crystallised orange dipped in chocolate.

Finally, if you’re after a herbal remedy to help relieve stress, fatigue or a simple headache, pay a visit to Culpepper [map]. Established in 1927, this herbalist specialises in spices, potpourri, essential oils and foods and sells everything from mustard baths to massage kits.

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