The Style Mile houses the most extraordinary collection of inspirational shopping, atmospheric cafés, fine restaurants and decadent late night haunts.

Argyll Arcade

Everything about ARGYLL ARCADE is precious and charming, from the name so quaintly different in spelling from that of neighbouring Argyle Street, to the magical diamonds twinkling in its shop windows. This is where Glaswegians come to find 'The Ring' at JAMES PORTER & SONS, BERNSTONES, ROX or HAROLD BARCLAY.

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Argyle Street

Bustling and characterful, and anchored by an M&S store that's big enough to occupy an entire block, ARGYLE STREET is Glasgow's equivalent of what Americans know as Main Street. It's lined by a rollcall of today's most familiar retail names, including NEXT, RIVER ISLAND, WALLIS, TOPSHOP and GAP.

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Buchanan Galleries

Where Sauchiehall and Buchanan Street meet, BUCHANAN GALLERIES provides a gleaming, modern showcase for over 90 famous name retailers - anchored by JOHN LEWIS. This department store, renowned for exemplary customer service and its knowingly undersold price guarantee, has four floors filled with everything from fabulous fashion labels to covetable homewares.

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Buchanan Street

Sweeping from Sauchiehall Streetdown to St Enoch Square,BUCHANAN STREET is a gracious pedestrian boulevard lined with architectural gems and some of the city's finest shopping. Shoe aficionados are especially spoilt for choice. Leading footwear brands RUSSELL & BROMLEY, ALDO, JONES BOOTMAKER, DUNE and OFFICE all have branches here at the southern end

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Buchanan Quarter

Buchanan Quarter is home to all that is stylish about Glasgow. The new development at the top of Buchanan Street brings an exciting new mix of retail and residential property to Scotland's premier shopping and leisure destination. With the addition of exciting new retail stores including, FOREVER 21, PAPERCHASE, GAP, FAT FACE, SKECHERS, OFFICE and WATCHES OF SWITZERLAND, Buchanan Quarter is a shopper's paradise.

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Ingram Street

This artery, running fromRoyal Exchange Squareright through the MerchantCity, is lined by elegant blonde sandstone buildings and innumerable architectural wonders - not least the ravishing former banking hall that's now home to contemporary womenswear brand JIGSAW.

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Merchant City

As the epicentre of Glasgow's extraordinary mercantile wealth, this area housed tobacco lords and cotton kings. Two centuries later, the MERCHANT CITY has been brought back to life as a lively cultural quarter.

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Princes Square

PRINCES SQUARE isn't like any other mall. Over twenty years ago, this early 19th century architectural gem, half-hidden behind Buchanan Street, was restored, roofed over and filled with stylish temptations . . . and Glaswegians were suitably entranced.

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Royal Exchange Square

Grouped around the splendid neo-classical building that now houses the Gallery of Modern Art (GOMA), ROYAL EXCHANGE SQUARE is one of the city's most gracious urban spaces. Some of the hottest bars and restaurants are here - notably THE SOCIAL, 29, ONE UP, and Art Deco treasure ROGANO. Specialist Italian restaurant, ZIZZI, is set to open soon.

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Sauchiehall Street

First, an apology. Saw-kee-hall - it's really not the easiest of names for non-Glaswegians to say. Yet, once the pronunciation has been mastered SAUCHIEHALL STREET is a place you may want to head for its impressive array of popular brands. Everyone from the legendary WATT BROTHERS and M&S to TK MAXX is here, plus value retailers including PRIMARK, BHS, DUNNES STORES and DEICHMANN SHOES.

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St Enoch Centre

Situated at the corner of Buchanan and Argyle Streets and anchored by a huge DEBENHAMS store teeming with choice in fashion, beauty and homewares, ST ENOCH CENTRE is a gleaming modern mall housing the most popular names in High Street shopping plus a fantastic food court - all under one roof.

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After Dark

The style mile almost never sleeps. For long after shopping hours, and after the last plate has been cleared away from any restaurant table, the area is still alive thanks to its vibrant club scene.

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Barfly

The style mileis studded with cool watering holes. For a glass of champagne try the newly opened HUGH'S CHAMPAGNE BAR housed within Frasers on Buchanan Street. Or for a perfectly mixed martini, try ROGANO, the Art Deco treasure on Royal Exchange Place

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Café Culture

Serving everything from early breakfast to late supper, the style mile abounds in cafés and restaurants. Start the day at TINDERBOX on Ingram Street in the Merchant City, and relish a masterfully engineered latte

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Close Shaves

Glaswegian men are famously fastidious about their grooming. THE MEN'S STORE on West Nile Street can provide a head-to-toe overhaul comprising everything from scalp treatments to pedicures.

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Culture

As home to Scotland's national orchestra plus its opera and ballet companies, culture is a key element in city life.Glasgow also boasts the biggest and most vibrant visual arts scene outside London, inspired no doubt by the world-famous GLASGOW SCHOOL OF ART housed in a Mackintosh masterpiece on Garnethill behind Sauchiehall Street.

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Fork and Knife

Glaswegians have long been fans of Italian food. The bustling yet glamorous ITALIAN KITCHEN on Albion Street serves tasty Latin standards; BRUTTI MA BUONI at the Brunswick Hotel on Brunswick Street serves rustic fare to a trendy clientele; while JAMIE'S ITALIAN takes centre stage in the old GPO building on George Square serving exceptional yet affordable dishes

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Girl Talk

In addition to the sassy style of KAREN MILLEN, women will find classic names including MONSOON, COAST and HOBBS – while THE WHITE COMPANY, has every pale and interesting lifestyle choice from luxurious loungewear to indulgent bath and body products. More pampering potions are available nearby at L’OCCITANE, LUSH and MOLTON BROWN.

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Its a guy thing.......

Menswear specialists in this street include the German über-brand HUGO BOSS and casual wear giant TIMBERLAND. Heilan' laddies can be outfitted in traditional tweeds and tartans at HECTOR RUSSELL KILTMAKER. For distinctive shirts, try TM LEWIN or THOMAS PINK on Royal Bank Place.

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Making Headlines

Glaswegians know that style doesn't stop at a garment's neckline. No fashion look is complete without help from a great hairdresser and the style mile boasts a plethora of award-winning salons. In the Merchant City alone, you'll find L'Oreal Colour Trophy winner, ALAN EDWARDS on Wilson Street

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