Mayfair is one of the most exclusive shopping destinations in the World, with an array of top designer boutiques adorning its wide streets.
Bond Street, Mayfair, at Christmas Time
Fashion shopping largely centers around New Bond Street and Old Bond Street (usually just referred to together as Bond Street for short) and here you will find the most famous designer names. Find out more about Bond Street in Mayfair.
Historic Mayfair Shopping Arcades
Mayfair is home to two covered shopping areas - the Royal Arcade and the Burlington Arcade. These are both elegant retail spaces where products of class and distinction can be purchased.
Savile Row is renowned around the world as being the home of bespoke tailoring for men. Famous tailors based in Savile Row include Hardy Amies, Ozwald Boateng, Gieves & Hawkes and Alexandre of London. Find out more about Savile Row
Mayfair can boast within its streets some of the finest art galleries in London. Whether you're looking for fine traditional art, or a modern, contemporary piece - or something in between - a Mayfair gallery may have what you're looking for.
Fortnum and Mason
Fortnum and Mason, which strictly speaking is on the St James' side of Mayfair's southern perimeter, was established in 1707 by William Fortnum and Hugh Mason, which makes it over three hundred years old. It is primarily known as the home of upmarket food and drink, and its famous tea shop but other products are available on other floors. It's worth using the lifts and the stairs if possible as both are hugely attractive.
Visit the Fortnum and Mason Website