While Savile Row is more famous globally for tailoring, just a short walk away you’ll find Jermyn Street – another street catering almost exclusively for the premium menswear market with numerous heritage British gentlemen’s outfitters and bespoke shirtmakers.
1. Hawes & Curtis
Hawes & Curtis has two boutiques on Jermyn Street – one focuses on officewear for both men and women, while the other offers formalwear for men with an in-store tailoring service. The brand was founded in 1913 and has been granted several royal warrants over the years. Hawes & Curtis are known for inventing the backless evening waistcoat and the Windsor knot tie knot.
33-34 Jermyn St, St. James’s, London SW1Y 6HP
Open 10am – 8pm Monday to Friday, 10am-7pm Saturday, and 1 – 6pm Sunday
33-34 Jermyn St, St. James’s, London SW1Y 6HP
Open 10am – 7pm Monday to Saturday, and 12 – 5pm Sunday
2. New & Lingwood
New & Lingwood offers traditional classic menswear with a modern twist. The range includes shirts, nightwear, and footwear available as ready-to-wear and bespoke orders. The clothing combines traditional cuts and tailoring with bold modern fabric colours and patterns. New & Lingwood is the official partner of Goodwood racecourse.
53 Jermyn St, St. James’s, London SW1Y 6LX
Open 9am – 7pm Monday to Friday, 10am – 6pm Saturday, and 12 – 5pm Sunday
3. Roderick Charles
Roderick Charles has a small boutique on Jermyn Street offering tailoring, outerwear, knitwear, accessories, and a bespoke suit service. The style of the brand is based on traditional styling with countryside aesthetic and fabrics are milled in the UK including Scottish tweeds and Yorkshire worsteds.
90 Jermyn St, St. James’s, London SW1Y 6JD
Open 9am – 5.30pm Monday to Wednesday and Friday, 10am – 6pm Saturday, and 11am – 5pm Sunday
4. Turnbull & Asser
Turnbull & Asser specializes in shirts and combines classic British style with Italian tailoring. Shirts are made from Egyptian cotton and rare West Indian Sea Island cotton with mother-of-pearl buttons and a range of collar and cuff options. They also stock a wide selection of ties, pocket squares, and other accessories and clothing. A bespoke tailoring service is available.
71-72 Jermyn St, St. James’s, London SW1Y 6PF
Open 9am – 6pm Monday to Friday, 9.30am – 6pm Saturday, and closed on Sunday
5. Harvie & Hudson
Harvie & Hudson was established in 1949 and creates heritage tailored shirts and suits for the modern man. The brand became popular for its brightly coloured flamboyant shirts in the ‘60s and remains one of the most popular shirtmakers on Jermyn Street today. As well as suiting and accessories, a selection of casual and outerwear is also available.
96-97 Jermyn St, St. James’s, London SW1Y 6JE
Open 9.30am – 6pm Monday to Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday, 9.30am – 7pm Thursday, and 12 – 5pm Sunday
6. Emma Willis
Emma Willis specializes in bespoke luxury shirts, made in England from Swiss and Italian cottons. Ready to wear shirts in a range of cottons, linens, silks, and cashmerello are also available, as well as accessories, night wear, and tailored suits and smoking jackets.
66 Jermyn St, St. James’s, London SW1Y 6NY
Open 10am – 6pm Monday to Saturday, and closed on Sunday
7. Thomas Pink
Formalwear outfitter Thomas Pink carries business, casual, and formal shirts for men in a selection of fits and styles. As well as the shirts, ties, and accessories for men, there’s also a small collection of tailoring and business wear for women. The company is part of the Louis Vuitton Moët Hennessy luxury group.
85 Jermyn St, St. James’s, London SW1Y 6JD
Open 9.30am – 7pm Monday to Saturday, and 12 – 6pm on Sunday
Shirtmaker Charles Tyrwhitt has operated out of Jermyn Street since 1986, when founder Nick Wheeler (the brand comes from his middle names) decided he could make a better shirt than anyone else. The range has since expanded to separates, suits, shoes, a casual collection, knitwear, and accessories and there are stores in several locations in the US as well as the original in London.
100 Jermyn St, St. James’s, London SW1Y 6EE
Open 8am -8pm Monday to Saturday, and 11.30am – 6pm on Sunday
9. T.M. Lewin
T.M. Lewin is one of Jermyn Street’s oldest gentlemen’s outfitters, having been founded in 1898. The company specializes in hand-finished men’s shirts, wool suits, silk ties, and women’s workwear. T.M. Lewin is widely credited as being the inventor of the ‘coat-shirt’ – a prototype of the modern shirt with buttons down the front.
103-106 Jermyn St, St. James’s, London SW1Y 6EQ
Open 9am – 8pm Monday to Saturday, and 12 – 6pm on Sunday
Emmet London is based on King’s Road in Chelsea but also has a branch on Jermyn Street. Focusing on luxury men’s shirts, they also offer a selection of ties, pocket squares, and accessories such as cufflinks. The custom shirt service allows customers to choose from over 1,000 fabrics and colours.
112 Jermyn St, St. James’s, London SW1Y 6LS
Open 9am – 7pm Monday to Saturday, and 12 – 5.30pm on Sunday