If you are heading to London on a shopping expedition but you just don’t know where to start, let us be your guide. We have put together a list of the best menswear boutiques in Central London. From quirky collaborations to innovative décor, all of the must-visit stores for your shopping trip to London are included here.
Dover Street Market is an iconic venue in the capital, with multiple stories featuring the likes of Gucci and Balenciaga. They offer unique collaborations with brands that you won’t find anywhere else, making this shopping experience that’s hard to match.
18-22 Haymarket, SW1.
Sandwiched conveniently between London’s Portobello Market and Ladbroke Grove, Couverture & The Garbstone offers two floors of independent fashion lines from all over the world, including Gitman Vintage and Norse Projects. The simple layout also makes it one of the easiest of shopping experiences.
188 Kensington Park Road, W11.
18Montrose sits in the heart of the new and innovative Coal Drops Yard in King’s Cross. If you’re looking to go browsing through the newest Adidas and Maison Margiela items in a unique setting, you’ll love it here.
6-8 Stable Street, N1.
Orlebar Brown is a menswear brand that specialises in swimwear. With a wide range of colours, patterns and a focus on fit, Orlebar Brown’s intention is to have trunks to suit every man who sets foot in the store, and many of the styles are suitable for both by the pool or to wear sightseeing. They also pride themselves on not having a drawstring in sight!
24 Sackville Street, W1.
If you are looking for somewhere to stock up on your basics, Sunspel is just the place. It is a British brand founded in 1860 and its modus operandi is to provide you with high quality wardrobe essentials in order to build a solid foundation for every outfit. These simple, well-made items are absolute necessities if you’re looking for basics that last.
5-7 Redchurch Street, E2.
Every Paul Smith store around the world is an experience in itself. You’ll find yourself surrounded by vivid patterns and varied artwork that really convey the magic and aesthetic of the Paul Smith brand. The Floral Street location offers a wide range of items, making it a real go-to store whether you are looking for a quirky new shirt or a new pair of trainers.
40-44 Floral Street, WC2.
Goodhood is a store with a real fanbase. There was a real buzz around its opening in 2007 and it has grown from strength to strength since. With the store featuring homeware and jewellery as well as menswear and womenswear, it’s the ideal place to go on a shopping trip as a couple or with friends as there is something to suit everyone and their individual tastes.
151 Curtain Road, EC2.