London is one of the worlds most lucrative cities and thus contributes heavily to the shaping of the global designer fashion industry. In a city where both wealth and sophistication are rife, it isn’t hard to understand why London has earned a rightful place in the world of high fashion.
London is home to world-famous department stores such as Selfridges & Co, Harrods & Liberty of London, all of which are the epitome of British heritage. These stores bring together iconic designer fashion brands from all around the globe, such as Fendi, Gucci & Tom Ford to stores that are at the heart of our capital and are quintessentially British.
London is also home to a host of leading luxury fashion brands including Alexander McQueen, Burberry and Vivienne Westwood, just to name a few. They collectively represent British heritage in a way that is modern and stylish and are recognised globally which further engraves the city of London into the world of luxury fashion. London is also home to a number of coveted luxury fashion events including London Fashion Week.
If you’re thinking of visiting London to shop, do. London is a city of vibrance and culture, and thedistricts of Mayfair and Knightsbridge will definitely not disappoint if you’re looking to shop at the world’s most exclusive flagship luxury stores. In our opinion and from much experience, New Bond Street, London has the edge over many other of the worlds renowned shopping destinations such as 5th Avenue, New York City and Dubai Mall simply for its heritage and class. The architecture dates back centuries and the buildings are pieces of art in their own right. Although if you ever get the chance to visit Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills, California, that really is something else, a very close second to London’s New Bond.
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