Jermyn Street, just south of Piccadilly is one of London’s most beautiful streets and is the location of some of the most prestigious British menswear labels. There are also several art galleries, restaurants and a small theatre, making it a popular upmarket entertainment destination.
If you’re looking for some of the best shops that London has to offer in luxury menswear, head to Jermyn Street and start with our selection of the best clothing retailers:
Aquascutum is a luxury British fashion label producing both menswear and womenswear and their flagship store opened earlier this year on Jermyn Street.
The brand was founded in 1851 as a tailors in Mayfair and is famous for creating the first waterproof textile. Aquascutum developed the original trench coat in 1914 and modern versions of this iconic coat are still available and popular today.
106 Jermyn Street Open 10am – 7pm Monday to Saturday and 11am – 5pm Sunday
Harvie and Hudson specialize in ready to wear and bespoke shirts, with an emphasis on good quality British heritage style and craftsmanship. Every bespoke shirt is hand-cut on site and finished with mother of pearl buttons.
As well as shirts, there is a wide selection of ties and other clothing and accessories including jackets, trousers, underwear, socks, belts, scarves and cufflinks.
96-97 Jermyn Street Open 9.30am – 6pm Monday to Saturday (closing at 7pm on Thursday) and 12 – 5pm on Sunday
Church’s is one of Britain’s oldest footwear brands, with family experience in shoemaking since 1675. Church’s have a long history of supplying the rich and famous, including several incarnations of James Bond.
The label is now owned by the Prada group and stocks both men’s and women’s Italian leather shoes in classic heritage styles. The shoes are still made by hand at a factory in Northampton, where the company was founded.
108-110 Jermyn Street Open 10am – 6.30 pm Monday to Saturday (closing 7pm on Thursday), 10am – 6pm Saturday, 11am – 5pm Sunday
Hawes & Curtis is a British heritage brand that was originally founded in 1913. The company is most famous for its tailored shirts and has gained many notable fans through history including Frank Sinatra, Fred Astaire, Clark Gable, Lord Mountbatten and the Duke of Windsor.
The collection also includes a range of casualwear, outerwear, suits, ties and accessories. There is a small selection of women’s shirts and accessories.
33-34 Jermyn Street Open 10am – 7pm Monday to Saturday and 11am – 5pm on Sunday
John Lobb Bootmakers was founded in 1866, originally making only bespoke shoes and boots for gentlemen in London and Paris. In 1976 the company was acquired by the Hermès group and expanded its range with a ready-to-wear collection.
John Lobb still offers a “by request” service in which the customer can design their own shoes from 100 archival designs, personalized with leathers and suedes in a range of colours, a selection of sole types, buckles in gold, rose gold, anthracite or palladium finish and a personal initials monogram.
88 Jermyn Street Open 10am – 6pm Monday to Saturday and closed on Sunday
Thomas Pink is a luxury fashion label, specializing in tailoring for men and women. The original Thomas Pink coat was designed for fox hunting and provides the name and inspiration for the brand.
The branch includes a white shirt bar, assisting you in finding the perfect white shirt for any occasion from job interview to a night out, from over 40 styles. A wide selection of ties and accessories are also available
85 Jermyn Street Open 9.30am – 7pm Monday to Saturday and 12 – 6pm on Sunday
Alfred Dunhill is a British luxury brand with a range of leather bags and accessories, ready-to-wear, custom and bespoke menswear. The company was started as a line of motoring accessories in 1893.
The store on Jermyn Street is designed to resemble a private men’s club and boasts a spa, traditional barber and lounge bar.
48 Jermyn Street Open 10am – 7pm Monday to Saturday and 12-5pm on Sunday
The British fashion house Daks was founded in 1894 and holds royal warrants from three members of the royal family. The brand pioneered the first pair of “self-supporting” trousers that did not require belts or braces.
These days, Daks stocks a wide range of luxury fashion for both men and women including tailoring, outerwear, knitwear and accessories.
101 Jermyn Street Open 10am – 6.30pm Monday to Saturday (open until 7pm on Thursday) and 12 – 6pm on Sunday
Hackett is a British menswear retailer, founded in 1979, originally as a stall on Portobello Road. The first store was opened in 1983, selling good quality and traditional second hand clothing and moved into designing and selling its own items to keep up with demand.
As well as the men’s clothing and accessories range, Hackett also produces childrenswear for boys. A personal tailoring service is available at the Jermyn Street store.
87 Jermyn Street Open 9.30am – 6pm Monday to Saturday (open until 7pm on Thursday) and 12 – 5pm on Sunday
Foster & Son is a traditional English shoemakers, founded in the 1840s. The range includes ready-to-wear and bespoke shoes and boots, bags and leather accessories.
The shoes are handcrafted in the workshop over the shop on Jermyn street and traditional techniques are used that have remained unchanged for over two centuries.
83 Jermyn Street Open 10am – 6pm Monday to Saturday and closed on Sunday.