• D. r. harris London
  • Originally opened as an apothecary partnership between a chemist and a surgeon over two hundred years ago, D.R. Harris is one of those "ye olde" London stores that is as much about the history as the product - but that's not to say that the ancient chemist located in St. James Park doesn’t have some mighty fine treasures. Bushy-faced males will be impressed with the varied array of luxury shaving foams and classic apparatuses that are a specialty… More info
    35 Bury St, London, SW1Y 6AY
  • Floris London
  • Very few establishments founded in the 1700s still remain a family business, yet Floris, the second oldest perfumer in the world, happens to be one of them. Founded by Juan Famenias Floris in 1730, the original store still stands proudly on Jermyn Street. Historical documents such as a royal warrant from King George IV and original scent bottles are still on display, together with a small museum at the back where customers can further explore its… More info
    89 Jermyn St, London, SW1Y 6JH
  • Angela flanders London
  • When Angela Flanders purchased a property on Columbia Road in 1985, she didn't have any intention of selling scents. In fact, she had planned on opening a store to showcase hand-painted items. A twist in circumstances led to Flanders teaching herself the art of making fragrances and today the cozy independent boutique has made Shoreditch a destination for those who covet the renowned perfumer's award-winning scented products which you won't find… More info
    96 Columbia Rd, London, E2 7QB
  • Les senteurs London
  • First established in 1984, Les Senteurs is a world away from the beauty halls of London's gargantuan department stores, offering shoppers an elegant, relaxed environment in which to discover fine fragrance, bringing together a curated selection of perfumes and bespoke scented products. Today, the company has two stores, one tucked away in Belgravia and the other a short walk from Marble Arch and Edgware Road. The second branch opened in November… More info
    2 Seymour Place , London, W1H 7NA
  • Penhaligon's London
  • Established in 1870, Penhaligon's is one of the oldest perfume houses in London. Its founder, William Penhaligon, owned a barber shop on Jermyn Street that was right next door to a Turkish hammam. As the story goes, customers popping in for a shave after bathing repeatedly asked William to create a fragrance. Heeding their request and his own inventive spirit, he came up with Hamman Bouquet, a musky cocktail of lavender, bergamot, rose otto… More info
    41 Wellington St, London, WC2E 7BN
  • 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
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