Gibson's Carnaby Street (500)
In the heart of the West End, two minutes away from Oxford Circus, the iconic Carnaby Street was the birthplace of style in Swinging Sixties, London. From Mods, Skinheads, Punks and New Romantics, Carnaby Street has been home to many of London's rebellious tribes and their fashion meccas. Today, the busy street is still the Capitals must-go destination for it’s fashion and food. While the days of Tom Jones walking down the street with a cheetah may have sadly passed, Carnaby's creative credentials can still be seen with its opulent and quirky Christmas lights capturing both the shoppers and the puzzlers imagination.