• Murdock London
  • When Brendan Murdock opened his first shop in 2006, it was a visible sign of the changing attitude towards male personal grooming. Murdock’s Covent Garden store is a gentleman’s barber, meaning wet shaves, beard treatments and hair cutting with added extras. Alongside the barber stations you will not only find a collection of artisan grooming products, but also fine lifestyle products - think leather goods, knee socks and refined backpacks… More info
    18 Monmouth St, London, WC2H 9HB
  • J & m davidson London
  • J & M Davidson is the brainchild of English/French design duo John and Monique Davidson who set up the label in 1984. At the time, J & M Davidson focused solely on handcrafted leather belts, but as the company expanded, the couple gradually branched out into other areas. Hence the polished Notting Hill store now boasts a range of leather bags, smart clothing and knitwear in bold shades and patterns alongside smaller leather goods such as the… More info
    97 Golborne Rd, London, W10 5NL
  • Swaine adeney brigg London
  • Tucked just around the corner from The Ritz on the west end of Mayfair’s Jermyn Street, Swaine Adeney Brigg serves as London’s top destination for equestrian and leather goods. Founded in 1750, the company was the very first to be honored with a Royal Appointment as an umbrella maker from Her Majesty Queen Victoria, the first of many received by the company. If Tinsel Town is more your thing than the Royal Crown, it was a hat from Swaine Addeney… More info
    7 Piccadilly Arcade, London, SW1Y 6NH
  • Hexagone London
  • Tucked in next to the famous antiques arcade Camden Passage, Hexagone brings a touch of Gallic flair to a very traditional London street. Named after the shape of the country that inspired it, Hexagone is a French lifestyle store specializing in heritage and artisanal products from ceramics to clothing, and children’s toys to textiles. Hailing from the south of France, its owners Delphine Reynaud and Karine Duverneuil have curated a store full of… More info
    12B Camden Passage, London, N1 8ED
  • Other London
  • As founders of the iconic B Store brand, Matthew Murphy and Kirk Beattie come with undisputed pedigree. Having moved on from B Store, the pair’s latest venture is Other Shop, a collection of contemporary design, art and fashion. Located on Kingly Street adjacent to the famed fashion Mecca of Carnarby Street, Other is a bright, clean space that has the luxury of two floors to display its thoughtfully curated collections. Brands like Our Legacy… More info
    21 Kingly St, London, W1B 5QA
  • Mr. start London
  • Mr. Start may be just one part of the Start fashion monopoly that dominates Rivington Street (there are menswear and womenswear stores close by), but it is the only shop to have launched its own brand. The store’s eponymous label was born back in 2008 at a time when all “Ludlow” meant was a street in Manhattan. (Yes, that was a J.Crew reference). Catering to a burgeoning menswear market, owner Phillip Start created made-to-measure and off-the-peg… More info
    40 Rivington St , London, EC2A 3LX
  • Present London
  • From Hoxton hipsters to polished city boys, Present London has something for everyone, with a host of carefully edited cult labels including Eley Kishimoto and Mr. Bathing Ape, as well as several exclusive collections from the likes of heritage shoemakers Trickers and luxury luggage label John Chapman. Present London was founded by Eddie Prendergast and Steve Davies who were originally the brains behind popular menswear brand The Duffer of Saint… More info
    140 Shoreditch High St, London, E1 6JE
  • Start London
  • When it comes to style credentials, it’s safe to say that Start has them to spare. Set up by retail don Philip Start and his wife Brix Smith-Start - former guitarist of The Fall and ex of Mark E Smith – Start launched its collection of high-end, directional fashion on Shoreditch’s Rivington Street in 2002. Now with three locations within a stone’s throw of each other – womenswear, menswear and tailoring – Start caters for the entire fashion… More info
    59 Rivington St, London, EC2A 3QQ
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