Designed by Spanish architects SelgasCano, the concept of Libreria is inspired by Jorge Luis Borges's "The Library of Babel". Books are arranged thematically on the floor-to-ceiling shelves in the hopes of provoking serendipity.
An independent menswear brand focused on doing basics well. Founders James Shaw and Alastair Rae have grown the brand in partnership with small factories and suppliers. Look for the yellow storefront whilst wandering Soho.
Daunt Books is a literature lover's dream 📚 with floor-to-ceiling oak shelving and books spread across two lengthy floors. An extra little quirk is that the books are arrange by world regions, rather than topic, genre, or author.
A furniture store that sells contemporary objects representing a community of skilled artisans. The showroom offers regular events to give interested visitors the chance to learn first-hand from makers.
Unique store for homeware and fashion. Modern furniture with materials like marble, lamps by Muuto, and designer pillows from Ferm Living. Global menswear and womenswear from Japan to the US and things for the little ones too.
A high-end British menswear brand that prides itself on the craft and quality of premium tailoring, but for the everyday relaxed modern style. The store in Central London showcases a variety of clothes, shoes, and accessories.
A boutique showcasing lesser-known brands from around the world. Committed to a neutral palette, natural materials, and a modern-boho aesthetic. Products include clothing, jewelry, and homegoods, all with their own unique character.
The Saville Row company rose as a tiemaker, but has since expanded. Drake's now offers a more complete vision of menswear, though they do remain loyal to their handcrafted tie-making process. Timeless elegance is the philosophy here.
Named after its prolific founder, Aram showcases the best in furniture and homeware. The pieces are beautifully arranged within the space, with a floor reserved to exhibit the works of emerging designers.
An upmarket boutique snug between the whitewash buildings of Belgravia. With an international customer base, they offer womenswear, linens, home goods, and handcrafted ceramics. Great gifts and incredibly knowledgeable staff.
Homewares shop opened by renowned designer Jasper Morrison in 2008. Showcases and sells interior design items by Morrison, and other products from around the world. Maintains an anti-big brand mindset.
Kristina Records may be an unassuming store in a trendy part of town, but it is most inviting to those who decide to enter. Take your time browsing through the selection of mostly underground dance music - beer or coffee in-hand.
Homeware store with curated items that champion functional design and everyday use. The products - from hardware and stationery, to books and bathroom - are sourced from all over the world. Timeless designs are the ethos here.
Smythson is a luxury leather goods and stationery brand established in 1887. Across its five locations in Central London, the brand offers a range of high-quality leather products, from diaries and notebooks to purses and handbags.