Top 5 Shopping Venues in Mayfair and Marylebone

Alexander McQueen

Since the untimely death in 2010 of McQueen , his right hand woman Sarah Burton has been at the helm, that has been receiving raves for continuing his ultimate traditions of theatrical, darkly romantic, and beautifully cut clothes incorporating corsetry, lace, embroidery, and hourglass silhouettes, all of them were exemplified in the incredible wedding dress in Burton for Kate Middleton. You can’t afford a gala gown? If yes, then you just go home with an exclusive skull-printed scarf.

Alfie’s Antique Market

This four storey, bohemian stylish labyrinth is one of the exquisite London’s largest indoor antiques market, that houses well-known dealers specializing in art, lighting, glassware, textiles, jewelry, furniture, and collectibles, with an amazing strength in the vintage clothing and 20th-century design. So, come here and pick up vintage (1900–1970) clothing, accessories, and luggage from Tin Tin Collectables, mid 20th-century furniture at Decoratum that will let you feel like you’ve stepped into the set of Mad Men, or the spectacular mid-20th-century Italian lighting fixture located at Vincenzo Caffarrella. There’s even a rooftop restaurant if you will need a coffee break. In addition to all these offerings, this end of Church Street is exclusively lined with excellent antiques shops.

Alfred Dunhill

Over 100 years, Dunhill has been synonymous with one of the most luxurious and sophisticated men’s goods, like accessories, briefcases, and superbly tailored clothes. Being a Georgian mansion, the mothership (or possibly fathership), even offers a perfect combination of barbershop, men’s spa, humidor, cellar bar, courtyard restaurant, and bespoke services, where you can even order the custom fitted menswear or unique styles of the brand’s celebratory leather goods.


Founded by architect Norman Foster and interior designer David Mlinaric, this is a global flagship store displaying an exquisite set of jewelry collection as well as silver and leather goods, watches, china, and crystal in a discreet, very British setting that seeps finest quality, expensive good taste, and hushed level of comfort. If you’re in the market for an immaculate 1930s cigarette case, a silver cocktail shaker, a pair of pavé diamond and sapphire earrings, or a ladylike handbag, then you won’t be disappointed with these selection. And, for those who are really well heeled, there’s even a custom-made jewelry service available as well.


Over the years purveyors of coolest motorcycle leathers in Britain, Belstaff has extended into the unique dresses, skirts, and handbags, as well as knitwear, boots, tops, and trousers for both men and women, that all reflects the brand’s functional as well as the unconventional heritage.