London’s premier street for men’s fashion is situated in stylish St. James’s, just seconds away from bustling Piccadilly Circus. Jermyn Street’s mix of heritage brands and contemporary fashion labels ensure a unique shopping experience for men seeking quality and style.
Popular high street names rub shoulders with luxury brands such as Alfred Dunhill and makers of bespoke shoes such as Foster & Son, who have been trading in upmarket St.James’s for more than 170 years.
Although many retailers sell a full menswear range from Suits to Socks, it is the extensive range of top quality Shirts and Shoes that has attracted generations of men to Jermyn Street.
Shops specialising in Shirts include:
Budd Shirtmakers, Emma Willis, Emmett London, Harvie & Hudson, Hilditch & Key, Thomas Pink, Turnbull & Asser, TM Lewin, Charles Tyrwhitt
Shoe Shops include: Barker, Church’s, Crockett & Jones, Foster & Son, John Lobb, Tricker’s
Jermyn Street is a prestigious location for Companies to have their flagship, or in some cases only store, whilst others like Hawes & Curtis and Hilditch & Key find it lucrative enough to have more than one shop in the street. Royal Warrants can be seen outside the premises of several shops in the street including bespoke shirt makers Turnbull and Asser. Daks recently vacated their Jermyn Street premises allowing next door neighbour Charles Tyrwhitt to extend their flagship London store which now includes a shoe shine.
Three other stores worthy of note in Jermyn Street are Paxton & Whitfield, Cheesemongers who have been trading in the street for over 180 years, Floris London the World’s oldest independent family perfumers and famous department store Fortnum & Mason’s, all three companies hold Royal Warrants.
Jermyn Street’s location in swanky St. James’s means it’s worth a visit just to leisurely browse the shops and stroll the local area.