Bond Street

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Jimmy Choo

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Breguet

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Nicoli

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Chopard

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Rimowa

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Fenwick

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The Koppel Project

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Ralph Lauren

In the bustling heart of Mayfair, Ralph Lauren stands tall as...

Dolce & Gabbana

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MontBlanc

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Tory Burch

The Tory Burch emporium, nestled in the heart of Mayfair's New...

Blancpain

Blancpain luxury watches retain the rich traditions with watchmaking engineers, master...

Streets of Mayfair London

Bond Street

Bond Street, a renowned street in Mayfair, London, is celebrated for its luxurious shops and rich history. Established in the 18th century, it runs from Piccadilly in the south to Oxford Street in the north.

The street is divided into two sections: Old Bond Street and New Bond Street. This distinction, however, is rarely made in daily conversation. By the late 18th century, Bond Street had become a favoured gathering spot for Mayfair’s upper-class residents. It hosted prestigious shops and was a hub for social activities.

Throughout the 19th century, although it saw a decline in its role as a social centre, Bond Street maintained its status as a fashion hotspot. It is home to famous auction houses like Sotheby’s and Bonhams, also renowned jeweller Tiffany’s and Ralph Lauren among other world famous luxury shops. Today, Bond Street is Europe’s most expensive and desirable locations for real estate.

Access to public transport near Bond Street is notably convenient, featuring several Underground lines. The Bond Street station itself is served by the Central and Elizabeth Lines, ensuring easy connectivity. Additionally, the nearby Green Park Underground station offers links to the Piccadilly, Jubilee, and Victoria lines, further enhancing the area’s accessibility. This extensive network of transport options makes Bond Street a highly accessible destination for visitors. Several famous individuals have resided here, adding to its historical significance.