Fashion in Mayfair

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Kings Road Chelsea

A favourite amongst Londoners and tourists alike, the Kings Road in Chelsea is a great place to shop with high street stores, Peter Jones department store, independent boutiques, a Saturday food market and numerous cafes and restaurants.

Fenwick

Fenwick of Bond Street department store was opened in 1891 and has ever since been a popular destination for those seeking fashion, beauty and designer labels on one of London's most fashionable streets.

Fortnum & Mason

First opened in 1707, Fortnum & Mason on Piccadilly is a beautifully presented luxury department store selling teas, coffees, sweets and hampers. Perfect for Christmas shopping and afternoon tea trips. Visit Fortnum & Mason.

Liberty

On Great Marlborough Street, just behind famous Regent Street, sits the mock-tudor department store called Liberty London, home to luxury clothing, accessories, haberdashery and perfumes. Visit Liberty London today. 

Browns

Opened in 1970 by Joan Burstein with husband Sidney, Browns has grown quickly and become one of London's best known fashion destinations, with clothing and accessorires from the world's top designers on South Moulton Street near Bond Street station.

Matches

Matches in desirable Marylebone, offer the latest designer fashion from over 400 designer brands including Alexander McQueen, Isabel Marant and Balenciaga to name a few.

Vera Wang

Reowned for being the world's most famous bridal gown designer, Vera Wang's beautifully designed dresses can be seen at Browns in Brook Street, London. It's advisable to book an appointment for dress fittings as the store is very popular.

Stella McCartney

A Central Saint Martins graduate in 1995, the English fashion designer Stella McCartney's (OBE) collections include women’s ready-to-wear, accessories, lingerie, eyewear, fragrance and kidswear. Visit her Mayfair store in Bruton Street.

Roksanda Ilincic

London based Serbian fashion designer, Roksanda Ilincic, has been showing her luxury collections at London Fashion Week since 2005. Her signature take on shape and her bold use of colour has become a favourite for women wanting effortless day and evening wear.

Christian Louboutin

Born in 1964, Christian Louboutin is a French shoe designer, famed for his exquisitely designed footwear with their trademark red-lacquered soles. Take a trip to his exclusive Mount Street store in Mayfair to discover shoe heaven.

Victoria Beckham

Victoria Beckham's boutique flagship store opened in 2014, opposite Dover Street Market and around the corner from The May Fair Hotel. Uncover top fashion including dresses, accessories, eyewear and denim in this stunning store.

Nicholas Kirkwood

A British graduate from Central Saint Martins and Cordwainers, Nicholas Kirkwood launched his shoe collection in 2005. Visit his elegant store on Mount Street, just a short walk from The May Fair Hotel.

Alex Monroe at Liberty

Discover British Jewellery Designer Alex Monroe, creator of organic, nature inspired jewellery at Liberty in trendy Soho's Great Marlborough Street.

Monica Vinader

Splash out on contemporary jewellery from celebrity favourite, Monica Vinader, in the exclusive Bond Street area of London.

Geo F Trumper

Used by the Royals, Geo F Trumper is famous for being the finest traditional gentlemen's barber in London. With services such as facials, moustache and beard trimming, hair cutting, manicures and pedicures, this establishment ticks all the boxes for male pampering.

Daniel Galvin

Known as the hairdresser to the stars, if you'd like some pampering, book well ahead for your appointment in London's George Street. Madonna and the Princess of Wales have been clients of Daniel Galvin, along with numerous Hollywood A listers.

Janet Ginnings

Located in Mayfair, Janet Ginnings offers a huge range of beauty treatments for women and men, guaranteeing head turning results when you leave the salon. With treatments such as waxing, manicures and pedicures, hair treatments and more, you can spend the whole day being pampered from head to toe.

Jooal

Situated on The May Fair Hotel's doorstep, it would be rude not to pop into Jooal. Famous for its beautiful collection of rare coloured gemstones, originally available in the Harrods Fine Jewellery Room, Jooal has a very impressive client list including Royals around the globe, politicians and actresses. Renowned for their…

Situated on The May Fair Hotel's doorstep, it would be rude not to pop into Jooal. Famous…

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Situated on The May Fair Hotel's doorstep, it would be rude not to pop into Jooal. Famous for its beautiful collection of rare coloured gemstones, originally available in the Harrods Fine Jewellery Room, Jooal has a very impressive client list including Royals around the globe, politicians and actresses. Renowned for their signature stone Tanzanite, Jooal jewellery is simply stunning.

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Browns

One of London’s most valued fashion landmarks, Browns continues to offer pieces that have been individually handpicked from the world’s top designers. They offer a special personal service and the ultimate shopping experience for clothing and accessories for men and women.

Burlington Arcade

If it’s a vintage Patek Philippe watch that you're looking for or perhaps fun cocktail rings, Burlington Arcade will have it. Opened in 1819, making it Britain’s very first shopping Arcade, it has an amazing collection of watches and jewellery waiting to be discovered.

Bond Street

Only a few minutes’ walk away from The May Fair Hotel, Bond street is home to the world's best jewellers. Known as a playground to society’s wealthiest and most stylish people, Bond Street epitomises luxury. When travelling from Old Bond Street to New Bond Street, you'll pass shops stores including De Beers, Bulgari, Cartier,…

Only a few minutes’ walk away from The May Fair Hotel, Bond street is home to the world's…

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Only a few minutes’ walk away from The May Fair Hotel, Bond street is home to the world's best jewellers. Known as a playground to society’s wealthiest and most stylish people, Bond Street epitomises luxury. When travelling from Old Bond Street to New Bond Street, you'll pass shops stores including De Beers, Bulgari, Cartier, Chopard, Tiffany &Co and Harry Winston.

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Savile Row

Situated in the heart of Mayfair, Savile Row is famous for its traditional mens' bespoke tailoring. Known to have the best tailors in town, Savile Row was a favourite to Winston Churchill, Lord Nelson and many more.

George Cleverley

Popular to an elite crowd, George Cleverley has an impressive list of clients ranging from Royals to State Heads to fashion designers. With a range of beautiful shoes tailored to your every need, this is the ultimate London shoe shopping experience.

Rachel Trevor Morgan Millinery

Offering a personalised service to each customer with the majority of their hats made-to-measure, Rachel Trevor Morgan Millinery's aims to provide you with the perfect hat or headpiece, whatever the occasion may be.

Harrods

Grand, luxurious and quintessentially British, Harrods has remained London's premier retail outlet for over 155 years. From the moment you enter, you can feel the wow factor. Floor upon floor of the world's best, Harrods is in a class of its own in exclusive Knightsbridge.

Selfridges

Selfridges is one of the world's finest department stores and dominates the west end of Oxford Street. A contemporary store that includes products from high end designer to the high street's most fashionable brands, Selfridges offers a broad selection of fashion options making it a fantastic store for everyone.

Dover Street Market

A fantastic 6-storey space in trendy Mayfair, browse and try on designer clothing from labels including Lanvin and Givenchy at Dover Street Market. Finish off your visit with a trip to the top floor Rose Bakery.

Portobello Road Market in Notting Hill

Running through the heart of trendy Notting Hill is Portobello Market, where you’ll find many fashionable people rummaging through the market stalls trying to find great vintage and one-off items. To experience the authentic market buzz, go on a Saturday.

Camden Market

Famous for its collection of markets, Camden is the largest street market in London and attracts hundreds of thousands of visitors a week who love their fashion and crafts. Including Camden Lock Market, Camden Stables Market, Camden Canal Market, Inverness Street Market and Camden (Buck Street) Market, Sunday is the best time to go.

Old Spitalfields Market near Shoreditch High Street

Old Spitalfields Market, close to Shoreditch High Street tube station, is a covered market that's been in existence for over 350 years. One of the finest surviving Victorian Market Halls in London, it offers a range of quality as well as quirky goods including food, fashion and antiques.

Bond Street

Just minutes away from The May Fair Hotel, Bond Street is home to many of the most expensive and elite shops in London. You'll find all of the top designer shops situated here - a dream experience for shopaholics.

Knightsbridge

Knightsbridge is home to world famous landmark, Harrods, and is situated right by Sloane Square. Internationally renowned, Harrods is a top tourist spot to visit when in London, giving you the opportunity to see the best of both worlds. Not only will you be amongst top designers such as Chanel, Giorgio Armani and Roberto…

Knightsbridge is home to world famous landmark, Harrods, and is situated right by Sloane Square.…

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Knightsbridge is home to world famous landmark, Harrods, and is situated right by Sloane Square. Internationally renowned, Harrods is a top tourist spot to visit when in London, giving you the opportunity to see the best of both worlds. Not only will you be amongst top designers such as Chanel, Giorgio Armani and Roberto Cavalli, opposite Harrods you can shop in some of London's most popular high street fashion stores such as Reiss, Zara, Top Shop and many more.

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Oxford Street

Oxford Street is one of London’s most popular and busiest streets when it comes to shopping around Mayfair. With something for everyone, you can’t go wrong when shopping here. With everything from high end department stores such as Selfridges, John Lewis and House of Fraser, to Marks & Spencer, Gap, Zara, Top Shop,…

Oxford Street is one of London’s most popular and busiest streets when it comes to shopping…

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Oxford Street is one of London’s most popular and busiest streets when it comes to shopping around Mayfair. With something for everyone, you can’t go wrong when shopping here. With everything from high end department stores such as Selfridges, John Lewis and House of Fraser, to Marks & Spencer, Gap, Zara, Top Shop, H&M and Primark.

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