Founded in the 16th Century as a centre of commerce in the City of London, the tradition remains: today the Royal Exchange offers luxury brands such as Boodles, Hermès and Tiffany & Co, alongside excellent bars and restaurants to the City’s discerning shoppers.


Legendary King’s Road Chelsea: where counterculture met high culture in the swinging sixties. The draw remains today and the King’s Road is still one of the premier destination shopping streets in London, lined with an eclectic mix of boutiques, designer brands such as Vivienne Westwood and the very best high street stores.


A hub for luxury designer brands for over a century, New Bond Street is unarguably London’s most exclusive shopping street. Leading names run the full length, from Alexander McQueen to Dolce & Gabanna and Louis Vuitton, as well as some of the best luxury stationers, antique sellers and art dealers in the country.


Home to Harrods, Harvey Nichols and a superior selection of luxury brands, the streets of Knightsbridge offer an abundance of exclusive stores. From Chanel and Gucci on Sloane Street, to the independent boutiques that line Knightsbridge’s side streets, this is London’s most select shopping district.


Savile Row has been the place for world-class fine tailoring for almost 200 years. Still home to original tailors’ workshops, you can now find some of the most exciting names in modern British tailoring here, all with the same focus on exceptional style and quality.


Lined with exquisite Victorian shopfronts beneath a long glass roof, Mayfair’s Burlington Arcade offers fabulous luxury shopping with style. This is one of London’s best destinations for vintage and contemporary jewellery and watches, as well as quintessentially English luxury brands such as Lulu Guinness and Church’s.