The Sloane Square fashion quarter is home to Peter Jones department store, part of the John Lewis group, where you can shop for the whole family from a host of labels such as Ted Baker, Max Mara, Hobbs and Longchamp. After shopping at Peter Jones, walk round Sloane Square to find the Hugo Boss boutique, as well as jewellers Links of London and Tiffany & Co.
For a wider selection of shops, head along Sloane Street where you’ll discover British designer Anya Hindmarch close to Parisian fashion house Chloé. For luxury Italian fashion, choose from Versace, Prada and Miu Miu, as well as Fendi, Valentino and others.
For a spot of menswear shopping, head to Hackett for chic tailoring and Salvatore Ferragamo for Italian leather goods. The Montblanc boutique is always a good pit-stop for exquisite timepieces alongside rare writing instruments, including the recent limited-edition Joseph II Patron of Arts pen.
Browns and Joseph are the go-to destinations for a variety of designer fashion under one roof; find flamboyant gowns from Alexander McQueen, playful and feminine dresses from Lanvin and quirky shoes by Nicholas Kirkwood. Along with these, you’ll also discover British heritage fashion from Burberry, haute couture designs from Givenchy and eclectic fashion by Greek designer Mary Katrantzou.
Brompton Road’s most famous landmark is Harrods, one of the UK’s most prestigious luxury department stores. Home to a vast selection of fashion brands, the store welcomes thousands of shoppers every day. Find American label Ralph Lauren, British shoemaker Church’s and Italian brand Dolce & Gabbana, among many others.
After a long day of shopping, head to Ladurée on the ground floor of Harrods where you can have delicious afternoon tea, as well as buying a selection of its famous macaroons, including limited-edition gift sets; the recent Lanvin for Ladurée macaroons were a great success during Paris Fashion Week.