Top 10 Chiltern Street shops

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With its classic architecture and million-pound pads, Marylebone’s Chiltern street is London at its most sophisticated. Filling up with luxury shops and neighbourhood cafés over the years, this once quiet road is now a popular spot for tourists and the city’s elite alike.


Check out our top Chiltern Street shops now.


Trunk Clothiers
8 Chiltern St, London, W1U 7PU

If the man in your life is picky about what clothes he’ll actually put on his back, be sure to take him to this store at the bottom of Chiltern Street. Stocking everything from Boglioli suits to Shinola watches, Trunk Clothiers is overflowing with contemporary premium labels to keep him happy.


Chiltern Firehouse
1 Chiltern St, London, W1U 7PA

If you haven’t seen the likes of David Beckham, Cara Delevingne and any member of One Direction hitting this London hotspot recently, you must’ve been living under a rock. Hailed as the capital’s new top celeb haunt, this ex-firehouse turned luxury hotel has a stunning restaurant and bar that are well worth a visit, even just for one drink – that’s if you can get in, of course.


Cire Trudon
36 Chiltern St, London, W1U 7QJ

This Parisian candlemakers is one of the oldest wax manufacturers in the world, still turning out luxurious and beautiful pieces in 2015. Its Chiltern Street store marked the first UK opening for the brand, now offering a range of high-end fragrances and room sprays alongside its stunning candle collections.


54 Chiltern St, London, W1U 7QX

Stock up on everything you need for your summer holiday at this small yet immaculate London boutique, which hosts statement shades, trendy beachwear, sandals and more. Eyewear is its main focus, however, with stylish optical frames on offer for when Specsavers isn’t really cutting it.


Club Monaco
2 Chiltern St, London, W1U 7PR

First popping up in London’s East End in 2014, America’s Club Monaco made it to this Marylebone street just six months ago. This small yet smart store – simply entitled ‘Men’s Shop – now offers a polished range of its menswear pieces, from work shirts to casual blazers, all in equally gentlemanly setting.


Monocle Café
18 Chiltern St, London, W1U 7QA

Sandwiched between a bridal salon and antiques shop, this cool café is the perfect place to catch up with friends of grab a quick coffee on your way to work. It’s not all cuppas and croissants, though – you’ll also find an elegant patisserie selection on offer, from macarons to Lanka cakes.


Cadenhead’s Whisky Shop
26 Chiltern St, London, W1U 7QF

Scotland’s oldest independent whisky bottler is a much-loved fixture on trendy Chiltern Street, offering a range of unique blends to buy and taste in store. If you fancy more than just a few quick sips, sign up to one of its exclusive tasting evenings to sample the full breadth of its barrels.


Grey Flannel
7 Chiltern St, London, W1U 7PE

With a history spanning over 30 years on Chiltern Street, menswear store Grey Flannel still continues to serve London’s gents with some seriously sophisticated pieces. Alongside its own line of garments, you’ll find brands such as Giorgio Armani, Pantherella and Spring Court, as well as a made-to-measure service for those special occasions.


Elizabeth Todd
3 Chiltern St, London, W1U 7PB

Wedding bells on the cards? If you’re looking to splash out on your dress, be sure to check out Elizabeth Todd. One of the area’s most luxurious bridal salons, the store creates bespoke gowns for any taste, specialising in stunning embroidery and classic corsetry.


Cox + Power
10-12 Chiltern St, London, W1U 4PX

This jewellery label makes all of its alternative pieces on site, allowing you to pick up a unique piece – even more unique if you opt for the bespoke service – in the heart of London’s Marylebone. Even if you’re not out to buy, take a step inside to enjoy its cool, minimalist interior, complete with exposed brick walls and trendy wooden furniture.


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