Our new addresses
Contact your local agent to receive our new addresses dispatched pear neighborhood and segment + for the first time, this year, we will disclose our designers's exclusive addresses!
We can also organized a personalized shopping experience, more information upon request!
What's new :
GODS OWN JUNKYARD
is open in Selfridges 7 days a week. Chris Bracey has been the Neon Man for 37 years creating iconic art pieces for David la Chappelle, Martin Creed etc. New & used neon fantasies, salvaged signs, vintage neons, old movie props and retro displays.
Selfridges offers great food and drink! On The Roof With Q is a great destination for lunch.
British design brand Another Country has opened a showroom in London’s Marylebone district dedicated to displaying its collection of hand-crafted furniture and products. Another Country’s shop and headquarters is arranged over two levels, with the ground floor focussing solely on retail and the basement featuring further product displays and offices.
18 Crawford Street, W1H 1BT.
This Spanish accessory label brings a slice of its luxe leather goodness to Marylebone. The new store will sell the company’s trademark travel-friendly items made from natural, vegetable-tanned hides, including men’s/women’s shoes and luggage.
26 Marylebone High St, W1U 4PJ
Alexander McQueen’s (slightly) cheaper ready-to-wear line’s new flagship store, housed in a beautiful four storey georgian town house.
Dover St (West End and Bond Street)
The luxuriant and fun swimwear brand is set to launch its flagship store. Orlebar Brown’s trunks were worn by Daniel Craig as James Bond.
Vigo Street (West End and Bond Street)
Newly opened, brand new flagship, the first in Europe. Flock here to see the American underwear giant’s new store concept.
111 New Bond Street W1S (West End and Bond Street)
Tatty Devine has recently become one of Britain’s cult classic brands, illustrating witty and out of the ordinary designs. Perspex silhouettes are Tatty Devine’s signature style, but you’ll also find pieces created intextiles, wood, leather, veneer and enamel.
44 Monmouth Street, WC2H 9EP (Covent Garden)
Honest Burger originally hails from the trendy Brixton Village.The beef is plump and medium rare, junkfree and in a glazed bun; the crisp hand-cut, skin-on chips glisten with rosemary-flecked salt crystals. As fast food goes, it’s in keeping with the utility-luxe interior.
4a Meard Street W1F 0EF (Soho)