I’ve worked with a wide range of Magento retailers and I’m always on the lookout for examples of well designed Magento stores. I originally wrote this piece because I found it really difficult to find a showcase of Magento Enterprise and Community websites that are well designed and provide a good user experience.

The websites featured on this list have all been built on Magento - if you would like information on who built the websites, feel free to drop me an email. You can also fill in this form and I will send you details of Magento agencies who fit your project.

If you’re looking to develop a website on the Magento platform, please feel free to drop me an email ( if you have any questions or if you’re looking for an agency or developer to work with.

I’ve highlighted and featured the following websites because I think they provide a good user experience and because of their design. Please feel free to provide feedback on my selections and recommend more Magento sites in the comments below or via Twitter.

Sweatshop (Magento Enterprise, Responsive)


The Watch Gallery (Magento Community, Responsive)

The Watch Gallery

Warby Parker (Magento Enterprise)

Warby Parker

Sodastream (Magento Enterprise, Responsive)


Harvey Nichols


Liverpool FC (Magento Enterprise, Responsive)


Pepe Jeans (Magento Enterprise)


The Conran Shop (Magento Enterprise, Responsive)


Kurt Geiger (Magento Enterprise)


MissGuided (Magento Enterprise)


Vintage Styler (Magento Community, Responsive)


Covetique (unknown)


Blaze Sunglasses (unknown)


Cowshed (Magento Enterprise, Responsive)


Atlantic Supplements (Magento Community, Responsive)


Odd Bins (Magento Enterprise)


Acne Studios (Magento Enterprise)

acne (Magento Community)


Alexa and Alexa (Magento Enterprise)


Radley (Magento Enterprise, Responsive)


eLuxe (Magento Enterprise)


Budd Shirts (Magento Community, Responsive)

Budd Shirts (launched March 13)

7forallmankind (Unknown)


OMG Jeans (Magento Enterprise)

OMG Jeans

Pink Tartan (Magento Enterprise)

Pink Tartan

Gieves & Hawkes (Magento Enterprise)

Gieves and Hawkes

Slam City (Unknown)


Winterson (Magento Community)


Fred Perry (Magento Enterprise)

Fred Perry

Matthew Williamson (Magento Enterprise)

Matthew Williamson

Purely Diamonds (Magento Community)


Links of London (Magento Enterprise)

Links of London

Paul Smith (Magento Enterprise)

Paul Smith

Zumiez (Magento Enterprise)


Prodiga (Unknown)


Escape Studios (Magento Community)

Escape Studios

Gant (Magento Enterprise)


Naf Naf Paris (Unknown)

Naf Naf

Grafic (Unknown)


The North Face (Magento Enterprise)

The North Face

Echo (Magento Enterprise)


The Magento development agencies behind these websites include GPMD, Session Digital, Ampersand Commerce, Demac Media and Pod1.

If there are any Magento websites that you think I’ve missed, let me know in the comments below and I will update the post if I agree.

Paul is an experienced technical SEO who specialises in working on Magento ecommerce websites. Paul has worked on over 100 Magento websites, ranging from small startups to global brands from all over the world.

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    • Looks good – I’ve added it to the list :)

    • It doesn’t look like it is anymore, I’ve resolved it – thanks for flagging that up.

      I noticed they redesigned it, didn’t realise that they moved away from Magento.

  1. I especially love the Lenovo store’s design. We’re running several Magento stores, too, e.g. I love the immense flexibility and the robust concept Magento has to offer.

  2. Hi Stephanie,

    Thanks, their website is very cool – lots of interactive elements.

    I will add it to the list this evening :)

  3. These websites are really cool. Great design.

  4. Paul,

    This is the best list of quality Magento Webites that I have been able to find.

    One thing, the link to ONEIDA should be:

    I’ll continue checking out your Blog…great information.



  5. Love the above and would be great to see an article on the best product pages in Magento.

    • No idea why that’s not in there! Will add it to the Magento one too :)

  6. hi

    i got some great ideas from your post for the design of our new site regarding usability and site layout

    We have tried to provide as much product detail and easy navigation as we can to the buyer.

    check it out and maybe you can use ours in an updated blog post.

    thanks ryan

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