Jermyn Street

One of the best London shopping streets for men is Jermyn Street. This luxurious road in St James is home to prestigious gentlemen’s outfitters such as DAKS and Hackett. You’ll find many men’s shirtmakers here, including Thomas Pink and Turnbull & Asser. There’s also a large La Martina polo clothing store and shoe makers John Lobb and Foster & Son. At number 93, there is the oldest cheese shop in Britain, Paxton & Whitfield, while at number 89, Floris is a beautiful perfumery store. Dine at Franco’s for delicious Italian food or 45 Jermyn Street in Fortnum & Mason for its caviar trolley.

Jermyn Street is a one-way street in the St James’s area of the City of Westminster in London, England. It is to the south of, parallel, and adjacent to Piccadilly. Jermyn Street is known as a street for gentlemen’s-clothing retailers.

One of Jermyn Street’s most famous characters is the dandy Beau Brumell. He frequented the street in the early 1900s and there’s a statue dedicated to him in front of Piccadilly Arcade. Inside this shopping gallery, you’ll find Jeffery West men’s shoes and Favourbrook, who make designer waistcoats.

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