At the Seven Dials intersection, Covent Garden, WC2 For individual shop details, see pp2io-ii The west end of Earlham Street is packed with market stalls hawking cheap T-shirts and casual clothes. Sprawling over several stalls is The Wild Bunch florist, which offers a wide array of good-quality blooms. The shops lining the street are mainly funky fashion chains, including global surf-skate-style brand Stussy at No. 19, futuristic club label Cyberdog at No. 9 and expanding British chain All Saints at No. 5, which sells cool clothes and jeanswear for men and women. Adding to the mix is traditional ironmonger F W Collins & Son at No. 14, which opened in 1835 when the area still had a reputation as a meeting-place of criminals. A branch of design bookshop Magma is at No. 8 see also p86. At the east end of Earlham Street are the surf/skatewear shops of the Thomas Neal Centre and hip young American clothing/home emporium Urban Outfitters, at Nos. 42-56.