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Best Shopping in London

Introduction:
Best Shopping streets in London: (1) Bond Street for Accessories & Fashion, (2) Sloane Street for Accessories & Fashion, (3) Jermyn Street for Shoes, Shirts & Suits, (4) Savile Row for Bespoke Suits & Shirts, (5) Kings Road for Trendy Fashion and (6) Covent Garden for Fashion. This best shopping section focuses on traditional and trendy British brands.

(46) Asprey
(Best Shopping: Accessories)
Asprey, as crown jeweller for exquisite British jewellery since 1735, offers all the little expensive things for the traditional Brits. Asprey has a strong emphasis on jewellery, silverware, leather goods and accessories. Royal Warrant of appointment from the Prince of Wales means that Prince Charles is a customer as well as many royalties from the Middle East.
Tel: +44-20-7493 6767 and Address: 167 Bond Street, Mayfair, London W1S 4AY
Tube: Green Park / Bond Street
website: www.asprey.com*

 
(47) Garrard
(Best Shopping: Accessories)
Garrard was founded in 1735 and designs and manufactures luxury jewellery and silverware - a traditional London jewellery house serving the royal family, but is again on the trendy route. Garrard is where Victoria (aka Posh Spice) and David Beckham bought their engagement ring as well as Prince Charles for Diana, which was used again by Prince William for Kate.
Tel: +44-870-871 8888 and Address: 24 Albemarle Street, Mayfair, London W1S 4HT
Tube: Green Park
website: www.garrard.com

 
(48) Mappin & Webb
(Best Shopping: Accessories)
Mappin & Webb is jeweller and silversmith for the best classic English silver cutlery with a plant in Sheffield since 1774 - this is the right place to choose your own engraved silver or silver plated cutlery for your wedding. Mappin & Webb also offers small accessories such as watches and home ware and is purveyor to the Queen and Prince of Wales.
Tel: +44-20-7287 0033 and Address: 132 Regent Street, Soho, London W1B 5SF
Tube: Piccadilly Circus
website: www.mappinandwebb.com*

 
(49) Boodles
(Best Shopping: Accessories)
Boodles is a British fine jewellery company, founded in 1798, which has its flagship store in London on New Bond Street, but there are also Boodle shops in No 1 Sloane Street, Harrods and the Savoy Hotel. Boodles is known for bespoke jewellery as well as its own trendy to traditional ranges of jewellery. Boodles are the only British jeweller to offer Ashoka 62 facets cut diamonds.
Tel: +44-20-7437 5050 and Address: 178 New Bond Street, Mayfair, London W1S 4RH, other: 1 Sloane Street, Knightsbridge, London SW1X 9LA
Tube: Bond Street
website: www.boodles.com*

 
(50) Vertu
(Best Shopping: Accessories)
Vertu has been building the best and most expensive mobile phones since 1998, which are handmade in Church Crookham South-West of London. Brainchild of Nokia designer Frank Nuovo, Vertu started with mobile phones with a concierge button like the current Vertu Signature. But now, Vertu also offers smart phones such as the new Vertu Constellation or the Vertu Ti, based on Android OS.
Tel: +44-20-3205 1123 and Address: 38 Old Bond Street, Mayfair, London W1S 4QW
Tube: Green Park
website: www.vertu.com

 
(51) Dunhill
(Best Shopping: Accessories & Clothing)
Dunhill is famous for its British lighters and leather goods, but has branched out into fashion and other accessories. Bourdon House in Mayfair is the London home of Alfred Dunhill and mirrors a contemporary gentlemen club: the finest Dunhill collections surrounded by services such as a Barber, Spa, Screening Room, Bar Lounge, Humidor and Bespoke for leather and menswear.
Tel: +44-20-7853 4440 and Address: Bourdon House, 2 Davies Street, Mayfair, London W1K 3DJ
Tube: Green Park / Piccadilly Circus
website: www.dunhill.com*

 
(52) Mulberry
(Best Shopping: Accessories & Clothing)
Mulberry, founded in 1971 by Roger Saul and his mother Joan, offers not only quintessential English leather accessories. Mulberry range also includes ladies handbags and other travel accessories such as hold-alls. Furthermore, the range also includes womenswear, menswear and shoes. David Cameron likes to present his guests with Mulberry accessories.
Tel: +44-20-7491 3900 and Address: 50 New Bond Street, Mayfair, London W1S 1BJ
Tube: Bond Street
website: www.mulberry.com*

 
(53) Swaine Adeney Brigg and Herbert Johnson
(Best Shopping: Accessories & Clothing)
Swaine Adeney Brigg's fine leather goods and best silk umbrellas have been made by this family business for over 250 years. Swaine Adeney is the leather division, Brigg is for umbrellas and the elegant hats are supplied by Herbert Johnson. All of the leather goods, umbrellas and hats are made in England by craftsmen and are a perfect souvenir from London.
Tel: +44-20-7409 7277 and Address: 7 Piccadilly Arcade, St. James's, London SW1Y 6NH
Tube: Green Park
website: www.swaineadeney.co.uk*

 
(54) Christie's
(Best Shopping: Auction Houses)
Christie's, one of the world's oldest fine art auctioneers since 1766, is renowned for the sales of the world's finest collections and greatest works of art before their auction. Christie's moved to its global headquarters at 8 King Street, St. James's, in 1823. In Christie's auctions you can buy the best of everything from art to wine as well as vintage cars and houses.
Tel: +44-20-7839 9060 and Address: 8 King's Street, St. James's, London SW1Y 6QT
Tube: Green Park / Piccadilly Circus
website: www.christies.com

 
(55) Sotheby's
(Best Shopping: Auction Houses)
Since 1744, Sotheby's as the oldest and largest antique auction house in the world, offers the best in weekly auctions in a stylish traditional atmosphere. These include Impressionist & Modern Art and Contemporary Art to Old Master Paintings, 19th Century European Art and Islamic Art, as well as Decorative Art from porcelain and silver to French & English furniture.
Tel: +44-20-7293 5000 and Address: 34-35 Bond Street, Mayfair, London W1A 2AA UK
Tube: Green Park / Bond Street
website: www.sothebys.com

 
(56) Hatchards
(Best Shopping: Books)
First opened in 1797, Hatchards is London's oldest large book store with a grand old wooden interior. You can find all sorts of books here and keep an eye out for celebrities also browsing. Also, famous authors present their books at book launch parties at Hatchards. It was here where Pippa Middleton presented her new cooking and hospitality book in front of the shop.
Tel: +44-20-7907 8708 and Address: 187 Piccadilly, St. James's, London W1J 9LE
Tube: Piccadilly Circus / Green Park
website: www.hatchards.co.uk

 
(57) Aston Martin
(Best Shopping: Cars)
Aston Martin is the world-famous English manufacturer of luxury sports cars. Aston Martin was founded in 1913 by Lionel Martin and Robert Bamford. Aston Martin W-One is the new central London showcase facility for Aston Martin. A high profile destination for aficionados of both design and bespoke sports cars with 'Power, Beauty and Soul' for customers such as James Bond.
Tel: +44-20-7495 5202 and Address: 113 Park Lane, Mayfair, London W1K 7AJ
Tube: Marble Arch
website: www.astonmartin.com/the-company/locations/w-one

 
(58) Bentley
(Best Shopping: Cars)
Founded by Walter Owen Bentley in 1919, Bentley climbed new heights under the VW Group umbrella with the ultra-luxury Mulsanne sedan as well as the super-luxury Continental GT and Flying Spur. Jack Barclay at Berkeley Square has had the official Bentley Motors dealership since 1927 and is, therefore, the world’s oldest and largest Bentley dealership.
Tel: +44-20-7439 9922 and Address: 18 Berkeley Square, St. James's, London W1J 6AE
Tube: Green Park
website: www.jackbarclay.bentleymotors.com

 
(59) Rolls-Royce
(Best Shopping: Cars)
Since 1914, Charles Rolls and Sir Henry Royce united as Rolls-Royce to build the best possible car in the world and for many the ultra-luxury Phantom still holds that title. The super-luxury Ghost sedan and sporty Wraith coupe add to the image despite being much more affordable. H.R. Owen is Britain's leading luxury motor dealer and the world's largest Rolls-Royce retailer.
Tel: +44-20-3053 0767 and Address: 15 Berkeley Square, St. James's, London W1J 6EG
Tube: Green Park
website: www.hrowen.co.uk/rolls-royce

 
(60) Aquascutum
(Best Shopping: Clothing)
Aquascutum invented the first waterproof cloth in 1853 for elegant raincoats. It created its own quintessentially British style that offers a classic choice of clothing that will never go out of fashion with personal tailoring available. The famous Aquascutum coats are the more subtle alternative to Burberry and had famous customers such as Cary Grant.
Tel: +44-20-3096 1864 and Address: 24 Great Marlborough Street, Soho, London W1F 7HU
Tube: Piccadilly Circus
website: www.aquascutum.co.uk*

 
(61) Burberry
(Best Shopping: Clothing)
Since 1856, Burberry is the place to get your original Burberry coat and other classic clothing or indulge yourself in Burberry tartan for anything you can imagine. Apart from that there is the trendy Thomas Burberry line, also bespoke and tailoring service is available. Queen Elizabeth II and the Prince of Wales have granted a Royal Warrants but also Kate Moss shops here.
Tel: +44-20-7806 8904 and Address: 121 Regent Street, Mayfair, London W1B 4TB, other: 21-23 New Bond Street, Mayfair, London W1S 2RE
Tube: Piccadilly Circus
website: www.burberry.com*

 
(62) DAKS
(Best Shopping: Clothing)
DAKS has been offering classic suits and costumes for the contemporary business man and business woman since 1894, as well as country style clothing in the typical DAKS style. This is a unique balance between traditional and trendy - the DAKS House Check was introduced in 1976. DAKS holds Royal Warrants from the Queen, the Duke of Edinburgh and the Prince of Wales.
Tel: +44-20-7409 4040 and Address: 10 Old Bond Street, Mayfair, London W1S 4PL, other: 101 Jermyn Street, St. James's, London SW1Y 6EE
Tube: Green Park
website: www.daks.com

 
(63) Gieves & Hawkes
(Best Shopping: Clothing)
Founded in 1771, Gieves & Hawkes is Savile Row's premier address and has the largest choice of classic suits ready-made or made-to-measure. Former and current clients for suits and uniforms include royal families from all over the world including three Royal Warrants. Over the past years the Gieves range was introduced to cater for the more trendy younger in-crowd.
Tel: +44-20-7432 6403 and Address: 1 Savile Row, Mayfair, London W1S 3JR, other: 15 – 18 Lime Street, City, London EC3M 7AN
Tube: Piccadilly Circus
website: www.gievesandhawkes.com*

 
(64) Hackett
(Best Shopping: Clothing)
Hackett offers informal and formal gentleman wear conceived by Jeremy Hackett and Ashley Lloyd-Jennings back in 1979 thanks to their extensive knowledge of historic British men’s style. Hackett is promoted as the “Essential British Kit” as summation of all that Hackett is about. Hackett is also official outfitter of classic English sporting events such as rowing, motor racing and polo.
Tel: +44-20-7494 4917 and Address: 193-197 Regent Street, Mayfair, London W1B 4LY, other: 137-138 Sloane Street, Chelsea, London SW1X 9AY
Tube: Oxford Circus
website: www.hackett.co.uk*

 
(65) Paul Smith
(Best Shopping: Clothing)
Paul Smith offers a unique combination of traditional British style of the 1970s with trendy details that offer a twist of individuality and come always with Smith's multistripe signature somewhere on each item. Paul Smith started as a menswear brand in 1970 in Nottingham by Sir Paul Smith - one of the first knights of the millennium. Top clients include Sir Paul McCartney.
Tel: +44-20-7379 7133 and Address: 40-44 Floral Street, Covent Garden, London WC2E 9TB, other: 9 Albemarle Street, Mayfair, London W1S 4BL
Tube: Covent Garden
website: www.paulsmith.co.uk*

 
(66) Fortnum & Mason
(Best Shopping: Department Store)
Founded in 1707, Fortnum & Mason is famous for its teas and small gifts, but also is undoubtedly London's poshest grocery store. Fortnum's also has a department store upstairs as well as offering five different restaurants: from the '1707 Wine Bar' for Wine Department tasting to the 'The Diamond Jubilee Tea Salon' on the fourth floor for afternoon tea.
Tel: +44-20-7734 8040 and Address: 181 Piccadilly, St. James's, London W1A 1ER
Tube: Piccadilly Circus / Green Park
website: www.fortnumandmason.co.uk*

 
(67) Harrods
(Best Shopping: Department Store)
Harrods in Knightsbridge serves the world since 1851 and is the king of London's department stores in a terra-cotta Edwardian building. The Harrods department store has over one million square feet of selling space in over 330 departments and restaurants making it the biggest department store in Europe. Get a store guide for orientation and enjoy the world-famous food halls.
Tel: +44-20-7730 1234 and Address: 87-135 Brompton Road, Knightsbridge, London SW1X 7XL
Tube: Knightsbridge
website: www.harrods.com*

 
(68) Harvey Nichols
(Best Shopping: Department Stores)
Harvey Nichols is the more trendy flagship luxury department store in Knightsbridge with a strong focus on fashion, accessories and beauty with many up-market brands. The well-known restaurant '5th Floor' on the fifth floor is ideal to recover from shopping. Personal Shopping and beauty salon service are available for those who are too lazy to shop around.
Tel: +44-20-7235 5000 and Address: 109-125 Knightsbridge, Knightsbridge, London SW1X 7RJ
Tube: Knightsbridge
website: www.harveynichols.com*

 
(69) Barbour
(Best Shopping: Clothing)
Founded in 1894, J. Barbour and Sons Ltd. is well known for its waxed cotton outdoor jackets. In addition, J. Barbour and Sons Ltd. offers sweaters, moleskin clothing, corduroy clothing, and tattersall shirts. Customers keep Barbour waxed jackets for decades, having them waxed from time to time. Famous customers include HM Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Charles.
Tel: +44-20-7240 5061 and Address: 73 - 77 Regent Street, Soho, London W1B 4EF, other: 134 Long Acre, St Martins Courtyard, Covent Garden, London WC2E 9AA
Tube: Piccadilly Circus
website: www.barbour.com*

 
(70) Liberty
(Best Shopping: Department Stores)
Liberty of London is famous for prints, fabrics and silk scarves: the Liberty Art Fabrics collection introduces new designs and reused updated prints each season. Liberty co-operates with established and coming fashion designers. Also, a huge choice of eccentric and oriental objects are available since 1875 and from the 1920s in the Tudor revival building just off Regent Street.
Tel: +44-20-7734 1234 and Address: 29 Great Marlborough Street, Soho, London W1B 5AH
Tube: Oxford Circus
website: www.liberty.co.uk*

 
(71) Alexander McQueen
(Best Shopping: Fashion)
Alexander McQueen was the epitome of Cool Britannia. Having first worked in Savile Row and afterwards as chief designer at Givenchy from 1996 to 2001, he then founded his own Alexander McQueen label. After he passed away in 2010, his heritage is less radical but well preserved by Sarah Burton. She did Kate's wedding dress and Pippa's brides-maid dress - both are avid clients.
Tel: +44-20-7355 0088 and Address: 4-5 Old Bond Street, Mayfair, London W1S 4PD, other: 9 Savile Row, Mayfair, London W1S 3PF
Tube: Piccadilly Circus / Green Park
website: www.alexandermcqueen.com*

 
(72) Stella McCartney
(Best Shopping: Fashion)
Stella McCartney launched her own fashion house under her name in 2001. Stella McCartney has a signature style of sharp tailoring, natural confidence and sexy femininity. Her range includes women’s ready-to-wear, accessories, lingerie, eyewear, fragrance and kids. Stella does not use any leather or fur in her designs, clients include Madonna and Gwyneth Paltrow.
Tel: +44-20-7518 3100 and Address: 30 Bruton Street, Mayfair, London W1J 6QR, other: 91-95 Fulham Road, South Kensington, London SW3 6RH
Tube: Green Park / Bond Street
website: www.stellamccartney.com*

 
(73) Vivienne Westwood
(Best Shopping: Fashion)
Vivienne Westwood was founded in 1970 by Dame Vivienne Westwood: the brand has come a long way since its punk days to the grand elegant style it has today using historical 17th- and 18th-century fashion as inspiration as well as reinterpreting these: really the best of British haute couture. Clients include members of the royal family as well as Naomi Campbell.
Tel: +44-20-7439 1109 and Address: 44 Conduit Street, Mayfair, London W1S 2YL, other: 6 Davies Street, Mayfair, London W1K 3DN
Tube: Oxford Circus
website: www.viviennewestwood.co.uk*

 
(74) Lock & Co Hatters
(Best Shopping: Hats)
Founded in 1676, James Lock & Co. Ltd. is the oldest hat shop in the world. This legendary hatter has Prince Philipp and Prince Charles on its client list, as well as Oscar Wilde in the past. Here you can acquire original bowler hats, tweed caps in cashmere, panama hats or outstanding ladies' hats upstairs where HRH Catherine, The Duchess of Cambridge (aka Kate Middleton) is a regular client.
Tel: +44-20-7930 8874 and Address: 6 St. James's Street, St. James's, London SW1A 1EF
Tube: Green Park / Piccadilly Circus
website: www.lockhatters.co.uk*

 
(75) Conran Shop
(Best Shopping: Interior Design)
The Conran Shop offers a large choice of contemporary designer goods sourced from Sir Terence Conran from around the globe: a unique hand-picked blend of furniture, lighting and home accessories. The flagship Conran Shop store opened in 1987 in the historic Michelin House building on Fulham Road. It is a good place to buy trendy and useful gifts or souvenirs.
Tel: +44-20-7589 7401 and Address: 81 Fulham Road, Kensington, London SW3 6RD, other: 55 Marylebone High Street, Marylebone, London W1U 5HS
Tube: South Kensington
website: www.conranshop.co.uk*

 
(76) Linley
(Best Shopping: Interior Design)
Founded by David Linley in 1985, Linley creates bespoke furniture, interiors, collectable pieces and luxury gifts and accessories that showcase the finest British design and craftsmanship. Furniture is still designed by the talented Royal David Linley: unique craftsmanship and a new interpretation of antique furniture - an ideal combination for new manor houses or yachts.
Tel: +44-20-7730 7300 and Address: 60 Pimlico Road, Chelsea, London SW1W 8LP, other: 46 Albemarle Street, Mayfair, London W1S 4JN
Tube: Sloane Square
website: www.davidlinley.com*

 
(77) Smythson
(Best Shopping: Interior Design)
Smythson of Bond Street is a British manufacturer of luxury stationery, leather goods, diaries and accessories since 1887, which can be customized with gilt initials. Smythson is the best place in London for bespoke stationery such as private (wedding) invitations and (birth) announcements. The pale blue stationery is used by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, but also by Madonna.
Tel: +44-20-7629 8558 and Address: 40 New Bond Street, Mayfair, London W1S 2DE, other: 141-142 Sloane Street, Chelsea, London SW1X 9AY
Tube: Bond Street
website: www.smythson.co.uk*

 
(78) The General Trading Company (GTC)
(Best Shopping: Interior Design)
Since 1920, The General Trading Company has become one of London’s first ‘boutique’ home stores selling a selection of furniture, interior decoration, gifts, china, glass and accessories. GTC moved into two new stores away from Sloane Square: in Pelham Street and in Holland Park Avenue. The whole royal family are clients as the three Royal warrants show.
Tel: +44-20-7225 6470 and Address: 91 Pelham Street, Kensington, London SW7 2NJ, other: 84 Holland Park Avenue, Holland Park, London W11 3RB
Tube: South Kensington
website: www.general-trading.co.uk*

 
(79) Thomas Goode
(Best Shopping: Interior Design)
Thomas Goode is the most exquisite supplier of china, glass and silverware in England and abroad by appointment to HM the Queen since 1827. You can still commission bespoke tableware with monograms or crests as well as design it to your own specifications. Thomas Goode supplies exclusive tableware for palaces, manor houses, yachts, hotels and restaurants.
Tel: +44-20-7499 2823 and Address: 19 South Audley Street, Mayfair, London W1K 2BN
Tube: Hyde Park Corner / Green Park
website: www.thomasgoode.com

 
(80) Agent Provocateur
(Best Shopping: Lingerie)
Agent Provocateur offers trendy and erotic lingerie and accessories by Joseph Corre, son of singer Malcolm McLaren and designer Vivienne Westwood. The first store opened in Soho on Broadwick Street, but since 2012 the flagship store is in Grosvenor Street. Kylie Minogue and Penelope Cruz are not only clients but have also faced their sexy advertisement campaigns.
Tel: +44-20-7235 0229 and Address: 1-3 Grosvenor Street, Mayfair, London W1K 4PT, other: 16 Pont Street, Chelsea, London SW1X 9EN
Tube: Oxford Circus
website: www.agentprovocateur.com*

 
(81) Rigby & Peller
(Best Shopping: Lingerie)
Rigby & Peller was founded in 1939 by Bertha Rigby & Gita Peller and offers most elegant but erotic lingerie with the highest quality laces. Made-to-measure lingerie is available as well for the perfect fit. You cannot go better in London as many members of the royal family are clients as well as Gwyneth Paltrow, Scarlett Johansson or Lady Gaga.
Tel: +44-20-7491 2200 and Address: 2 Hans Road, Knightsbridge, London SW3 1RX, other: 22 Conduit Street, Mayfair, London W1S 2XT
Tube: Knightsbridge
website: www.rigbyandpeller.co.uk*

 
(82) Hilditch & Key
(Best Shopping: Shirts)
Charles F. Hilditch and W. Graham Key started Hilditch & Key in 1899, which became a favourite with the fashionable London gentry. All the traditions and skills of Jermyn Street shirt making are to be found at Hilditch & Key: finest ready-made or custom-made shirts in unique designs for people like Karl Lagerfeld. As for pyjamas you can hardly be dressed more elegantly.
Tel: +44-20-7930 5336 and Address: 73 Jermyn Street, St. James's, London SW1Y 6NP, other: 37 Jermyn Street, St. James's, London SW1 6DT
Tube: Green Park
website: www.hilditch.co.uk*

 
(83) Turnbull & Asser
(Best Shopping: Shirts)
Turnbull & Asser, established in 1885, is frequently quoted as the best shirtmaker in London, with clients such as Prince Charles or Robert Redford in the famous film 'Great Gatsby'. Turnbull & Asser is every inch British as shirts and ties are proudly made in Britain to this day. Next to fine bespoke shirts there are also normal shirts, suits, coats and ties available.
Tel: +44-20-7808 3000 and Address: 71-72 Jermyn Street, St. James's, London W1Y 6PF, other: 125 Old Broad Street, City, London EC2N 1AR
Tube: Green Park / Piccadilly Circus
website: www.turnbullandasser.co.uk*

 
(84) Church's Shoes
(Best Shopping: Shoes)
Founded in 1873 in Northampton, Church's are the classic famous English gentleman shoes off-the-peg - for many the epitome of its kind. Church invented the 'adaptable' shoe, available in 6 widths in every style and material as well as in half sizes. It takes up to eight weeks to produce a pair of Church’s shoes, each undergoing over 250 detailed manual operations.
Tel: +44-20-7930 8210 and Address: 108-110 Jermyn Street, St. James's, London SW1Y 6EE, other: 201 Regent Street, Mayfair, London W1B 4 NA
Tube: Piccadilly Circus
website: www.church-footwear.com*

 
(85) John Lobb
(Best Shopping: Shoes)
John Lobb, founded in 1866, has a long list of world-famous shoe clients and is famous for the classic double monk strap William models. In 1976, Hermes acquired the ready-made shoes sold in the 88 Jermyn Street shop, however, the London bespoke workshop John Lobb Ltd remained independent and continues to operate independently from its premises at 9 St James's Street.
Tel: +44-20-7930 8089 and Address: 88 Jermyn Street, St. James's, London SW1Y 6JD
Tube: Piccadilly Circus / Green Park
website: www.johnlobb.com*

 
(86) Manolo Blahnik
(Best Shopping: Shoes)
Shoe designer Manolo Blahnik is world-famous for his elegant ladies shoes, which focus particularly on the stiletto heel. Aficionados call them 'Manolo' and these include Sex in the City starlets as well as Madonna, who claims that Manolos are better than sex. Manolo Blahnik's small main store is still in Old Church Street off Kings Road in Chelsea.
Tel: +44-20-7352 8622 and Address: 49-51 Old Church Street, Chelsea, London SW3 5BS
Tube: South Kensington / Sloane Square
website: www.manoloblahnik.com*
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