Monthly Archives: April 2011

Everyone deserves to be made to feel special once in a while, and at what better place than Michaeljohn Hair and Beauty in Mayfair? Here, they offer everything from hot waxing, spa-treatment and expert brow threading in the brow bar. For the very latest in hair and make-up design, Michaeljohn Hair and Beauty is perfect. […]

      Different paintings, sculptures, ceramics and textiles from all over the world can be found in Mayfair’s art galleries, which possess a wealth of traditional, rare and contemporary pieces ranging from the old European masters, to those of China and India. There are also several examples of contemporary pieces from up-and-coming artists in […]

A shopping Mecca, and the ultimate in high-end fashion, Mayfair is by no means geared exclusively toward the sharp-suited gentlemen visiting Savile Row. Mayfair is prestigious, renowned in fact, for high-quality men’s clothing, however it is also home to countless boutiques and shops catering for needs of the fashion-conscious female. Mayfair’s boutiques exhibit the finest […]

For the first word in fine chocolate indulgence, come to Jeff de Bruges, an extraordinary chocolatier which draws on both French “cocoa-chic” and Belgian “greed” when producing confectionery masterpieces. Situated on trendy South Molton Street, near ‘Bond Street’ tube station, de Bruges exudes originality and flair, right down to the shop assistants and appearance of […]

Synonymous with fine tailoring, cutting edge fashion and catering for Royalty – not to mention the likes of Winston Churchill and Lord Nelson – Savile Row in Mayfair is the go-to place for bespoke suits of the highest quality. Emerging as a prominent shopping street as early as 1731, it was due to men like Beau […]

Luxury goods: an embodiment of class and decadence, the extravagant and the unusual. Nowhere does this apply more than to Penhaligon’s, a luxury goods retailer in Mayfair, specialising in exquisite perfumes. This established perfumers, with three locations across the London W1 area, embraces traditional methods of perfume production, in keeping with founder, William Penhaligon, who […]