• 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
  • Trunk London
  • London’s tradition of providing the world with high-quality men's fashion is longstanding. Trunk aims to carry the menswear flat into the twenty first century, opening its doors in 2010 in London’s west end neighborhood of Marylebone. Trunk's buyers carefully curate a selection of the best menswear and accessories from all over the globe, giving preference to those designers who are new to fashion’s radar and mixing it up with avant-gard… More info
    8 Chiltern St, London, W1U 7PU
  • Oliver spencer London
  • Formed in 2002 and with London locations in Soho and Lambs Conduit Street, Oliver Spencer presents modern street-wear backed up by quality tailoring. Founded by Oliver himself, a debut collection grew from what he was seeing in his own wardrobe (luckily not sweat pants and funky Hawaiian shirts!) Now his mix of wearable, casual elegance is apparent in collections for both men and women. Browse an Oliver Spencer store and what you’ll find is… More info
    62 Lamb's Conduit St, London, WC1N 3NG
  • Mendoza London
  • The key to good vintage is a discerning eye, something Mendoza’s founder, Leroy Hamilton, has spent years crafting. His love of the 1960s prompted him to turn his market stall of vintage wares into a full-fledged store on London’s bustling Brick Lane. His early success revealed a gap in the market for smart, 60s inspired menswear with a modern sensibility – and so Mendoza’s Modernist label was born. Inspired by different sub-cultural styles from… More info
    158 Brick Lane, London, E1 6RU
  • Hostem London
  • Hostem opened its doors in 2009, relishing the challenge of delivering a diverse collection of directional menswear under one roof. Owner James Brown decided to create a store of his own after becoming tired of having to visit Liberty or Selfridges to find variety. Hostem has since attracted a following for its diverse collection of contemporary brands that include Rick Owens, Haider Ackermann, Alice Waese and Visvim. The store’s intent to… More info
    41-43 Redchurch St, London, E2 7DJ
  • Albam London
  • Originally establishing itself on Soho’s Beak Street, Albam Clothing quickly saw its meticulous approach to high quality, original menswear rewarded with a large and loyal fan base. Now, with a small collection of its own stores displaying its wares, Albam Clothing has become a true blue destination for the London male. The in-house label works functional fabrics into contemporary design, which is particularly prevalent in the waxed canvas of… More info
    286 Upper St, London, N1 2TZ
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