To stroll through Mayfair is to walk through London at the height of Empire. Elegant Squares, chimney-capped embassies and ivy-rigged townhouses have made this a timeless district. The locals wear tailored suits and bespoke shoes from Saville Row, or don head-to-toe designer purchased on Bond Street.
London’s prosperous come to Mayfair to play so, naturally, the wine bars, eateries and hotels are seriously decadent. But it’s not all booze and bed knobs! A long litany of aristocratic neighbours, antiques dealerships and the vital Cork Street galleries (heart of London’s art scene) continue to keep Mayfair true to itself: classy, exclusive and sophisticated.View all Mayfair spaces
I can't resist window shopping whenever I'm in the area. It feels like a time warp to another era.
For our Piccadilly pop-up, we had people coming from across Germany, France and Belgium to see the store.
Taylor, Basement Approved
The whole area is ostentatious and intimate, an old fashioned experience.
KELT, ACCOUNT MANAGER