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Smythson of Bond Street (New Bond Street)

Smythson of Bond Street (New Bond Street)
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Frank Smythson opened his first shop on 29th September 1887 at 133 New Bond Street. His trade card described his business as “First class stationery, leather goods and cabinet work”.

 

 

The Smythson of Bond Street flagship store is still on New Bond Street, now directly opposite the original shop.

Monday: 9.30am – 6pm
Tuesday: 9.30am – 6pm
Wednesday: 9.30am – 6pm
Thursday: 10am – 7pm
Friday:  9.30am – 6pm
Saturday:  10am – 6pm
Sunday: CLOSED

Nearest Underground Stations: Bond Street, Oxford Circus, Green Park

Waterstone’s (Piccadilly)

Waterstone’s (Piccadilly)
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Waterstone’s, the leading specialist high street book retailer, has launched its own online retail website offering a wealth of books and book knowledge and access to expert booksellers from Waterstone’s stores around the country.

 

 

Humans make the best search engines – the books, knowledge and expertise of Waterstones’ stores are now at booklovers’ fingertips.

Waterstone’s, the leading specialist high street book retailer, has launched its own online retail website offering a wealth of books and book knowledge and access to expert booksellers from Waterstone’s stores around the country.

Waterstone’s Piccadilly is situated in the heart of London’s West End. Now Europe’s largest bookshop, it was once home to the renowned department store Simpson’s; an admired landmark of London’s architecture, and the inspiration for the much-loved television programme ‘Are You Being Served’.

Waterstone’s Piccadilly opened its doors in September 1999 and has eight floors open to the public, six of which are dedicated to books. With 150,000 titles in stock and over eight and a half miles of shelving, you should be able to locate just what you are looking for, and if help is needed our expert booksellers are always on hand.

Opening Times:

Monday: 9am – 10pm
Tuesday: 9am – 10pm
Wednesday: 9am – 10pm
Thursday: 9am – 10pm
Friday: 9am – 10pm
Saturday: 9am – 10pm
Sunday: 11.30am – 6pm

Ferrari Store (Regent Street)

Ferrari Store (Regent Street)
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On May 6th the first British Ferrari Store was officially opened on London’s chic Regent Street in a ceremony attended by Scuderia Ferrari driver Kimi Räikkönen.

 

 

Prancing Horse enthusiasts are able to shop at the Store which is located at 193 – 197 Regent Street. Inside they will discover the entire range of Ferrari products for Formula 1 tifosi, GT enthusiasts, children and collectors. A replica of the F2005 will take pride of place in the main window and is also on sale at the various Ferrari Stores as well as from Maranello itself. Photographs and a virtual tour of this latest Ferrari Store are also available through the Company’s brand-new online portal.

There are currently 25 Ferrari Stores, over half of which are in leading cities outside of Italy. The next new Stores to open will be in Dubai, Jeddah, Bahrain, Florence, Athens, Bucharest and New York.

All of our retail outlets are franchises with the exception of the original Ferrari Store which opened in Maranello in 2002 and is owned and run directly by the Company.

The London Store is managed by the Percassi Group, a high profile Italian and international retail company which also owns the Ferrari Store in Milan which has been in business since September 2005.

National Geographic / National Geographic Cafe

National Geographic / National Geographic Cafe
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National Geographic has opened its first global retail store on Regent Street.

More than a traditional retail environment, the National Geographic stores features compelling interactive visual displays and state-of-the-art design dedicated to stimulating, educating and inspiring visitors to celebrate global cultures. In addition to its retail marketplace, the store features an exhibition area, auditorium, tapas café, travel desk and photography studio.

Visitors can stop by the café to sample a selection of tapas, comprised of slow food, organic, fair trade and other specialty items. They can also peruse National Geographic’s travel and cartographic library, book National Geographic Expeditions and local tours, and try out apparel and accessories for their upcoming adventures.

The marketplace features a wide selection of National Geographic products featuring its award-winning magazines, books, and DVDs, as well as newly created products and unique, hand-crafted items, sourced from global artisans.

The store also offers items designed for the rigors of adventures and exploration, from casual travel gear to expedition-quality apparel, including hi-tech waterproof bags and innovative, multi-layered apparel suitable for diverse climates and activities.

What’s more, all eclectic furniture and home décor items displayed are available to buy, as well as a variety of furniture pieces reclaimed from old furniture, buildings, bridges and railways.

All proceeds from the National Geographic store support the Society’s exploration, conservation, research and education programmes.

The National Greographic Cafe

National Geographic Cafe The cafe at the National Geographic Store is the perfect place to take a break from the hustle and bustle of Regent Street, anytime of the day.

With its mosaic floor, Moroccan style lamps and marble topped counters the atmosphere is stylish but laid-back, perfect for a quiet morning coffee or a relaxed glass of wine in the evening.

The cafe serves international cuisine with a particular focus on pinchos – small plate dishes from around the world. Dishes can be enjoyed alone as a snack, or order a selection for a delicious, healthy meal.

The menu is overseen by award winning pinchos chef Miguel Espinosa, who brings a modern, innovative touch to the finest organic ingredients.

Alongside the creative food menu the National Geographic Cafe has an extensive wine list, a range of sustainable bottled waters and a great selection of quality teas and coffees from around the world.

For something that little bit different, why not try a luxurious hot chocolate or one of the unique all fruit Vitafresh drinks made to order? More than enough to revive the most weary of shoppers.

Whittard of Chelsea (Regent Street)

Whittard of Chelsea (Regent Street)
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Whittard of Chelsea has one aim and that is ‘to introduce as many people as possible to the world of tea and coffee.’ As they say, their philosophy really is as simple as that.

 


 

Whittard of Chelsea has been specialising in the finest Teas and Coffees since 1886, priding themselves on their energy, passion and reputation for quality and innovation. The mission of Whittard is to be leaders in everything about Tea and Coffee.

Whittard ceramics are exclusive to the company. The majority of ceramic ranges are hand-painted and are designed to appeal to a wide age bracket. They are hardwearing and suitable for use in most dishwashers and microwaves. The ranges often match seasonal gift packaging, so are perfect as presents.

Shopping at Whittard can be a wonderfully pleasureable experience, thanks to the delightful aroma that greets you upon entering. Whittard agree, suggesting that;

‘Whittard colours, aromas, textures and sounds urge you to take this good feeling home with you.’

Halcyon Days

Halcyon Days
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Halcyon Days is renowned for exquisite collectors’ items and gifts – in particular beautiful enamel boxes. The luxury goods company also spacialises in clocks, leather accessories, jewellery and cufflinks. A collection of antique enamels is aso available.

Thomas Goode

Thomas Goode
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Originally Thomas Goode produced the very best fine bone china and porcelain for international royalty. We now have a vast collection of hand-made collectable items, bespoke, prestige, china, silverware, stemware, giftware, linen and our own very special wedding lists to help newlyweds.

Mosimann’s

Mosimann’s
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Private dining club in Belgrave Square and owned and run by chef, Anton Mosimann. Biography, party service, academy, gifts, careers, and creative chefs.