Bond Street in London

London-New-Bond-Street

Set in the famous and fashionable area of London, Bond street is one of world’s most famous shopping area. In the same area of  Oxford Street and Regent Street, it offers almost all the luxury brands you could think of. It is Surrounded by historic buildings and well known landmarks of the city it is the destination of dedicated shoppers from all over the world who come here to buy, window shop and sometimes gawk at the stylish stores housing famous designer names in clothes, jewellery, luxury goods, antiques and art. You will find in the Bond street the premises of world the famous Sotheby auctioneers, elegant boutique hotels, well known restaurants, bars and outlets selling exclusive goods. Bond Street is historical, it was founded by Sir Thomas Bond in the seventeenth century, it is also mentioned in the books of many authors, including Virginia Woolf and Jane Austen.

Sir James Bond bought the land where the present Bond Street is situated, from the Second Duke of Albermarle in the seventeenth century and developed it as a shopping area. It soon became famous watering place for the high society and continued as a shopping destination for high end buyers since then. It development as an exclusive shopping area was consistent and presently it is the most exclusive and expensive real estate shopping area in the world. At one time it was famous for the auction houses, antique dealers and art shops, which surrounded the famous auctioneers Sotheby’s; however, now these shops have given place to fashion outlets and boutiques, restaurants and bars. Bond Street is a favorite destination for shoppers and tourists.

There are shops and luxury boutiques for every taste in the Bond Street. There is the world famous Opera House to make music lovers happy, while Sotheby’s, Spencer House, the Fine Art Society and numerous other galleries sell and display works of art which can keep the art lovers occupied for hours at end. The fashion lovers have their own exclusive shops, which boast of clothes and accessories from famous fashion designers, Chanel, Armani, Bulgari, Gucci, Piaget, Ralph Lauren and many others. Bond Street also has the most exclusive cluster of jewellery shops, names such Cartier, Bulgari, De Beers Diamond Jewellers and Faberge put on display their glittering pieces to the discerning buyers from all over the globe. From old fashioned shop exterior of Adler to the futuristic building which houses Asprey and Cartier with its benchmark exterior among others beckon all shoppers. If the shopper does not speak English, that is not a problem, sales people are multilingual, they speak French, Italian, German, Spanish, Arabic and Chinese. If you are not shopping for courtier fashion or exclusive jewellery items then there are outlets which sell household items, beauty and health products, and stationery goods as well. In this area, there are some of renown hotels, Claridge’s, The Dorchester, May Fair and the Ritz London. All of them have exclusive guest rooms and suites, restaurants, bars and cafes, space for meetings and well being centers, and they are open twenty four hours. Bond Street is the name for ultimate luxury, glitter and glamour with its shops, hotels, bars and places of entertainment.

Directions

From the Airport
Take Heathrow Express to London Paddington station, Take tube district / circle line to NottingHill, change central line to Bond Street station.
Take Heathrow Connect to Ealing Broadway station, Take tube central line to Bond Street station.

Tube Station
Bond Street, on the Central line , Jubilee line.

*Recommendation
Starting from Bond street ( Bond street station), walking towards oxford circus street , turn right into to New Bond Street ,and continue for the luxury sensation

Map

Major Brands

AGENT PROVOCATEUR, AKRIS, ALEXANDER MCQUEEN, BALLY, BOTTEGA VENETA, BULGARI, BURBERRY, CAMPER, CANALI, CHANEL, CHRISTIAN DIOR, CHURCH’S, CHURCH’S LADIES STORE, COACH, CORE SPIRIT, CORNELIANI, DAKS, DKNY, DOLCE & GABBANA, DONNA KARAN NEW YORK, EMPORIO ARMANI, ERMENEGILDO ZEGNA,, ETRO, F.PINET, GILLIAN ANDERSON PRICE, GUCCI, HALCYON DAYS, HERMÈS, HERVE LEGER, JOSEPH, LONGCHAMP, LORO PIANA, LOUIS VUITTON, LUTWYCHE, MARINA RINALDI, MAXMARA, MICHAEL KORS, MIU MIU, MULBERRY, MYLA, PAL ZILERI, PIAGET, PRADA, RAJ MIRPURI BESPOKE CLOTHIERS, RALPH LAUREN, RUSSELL & BROMLEY, SALVATORE FERRAGAMO, T.M.LEWIN, VANESSA BRUNO, YVES SAINT LAURENT, ZILLI

Jewellery and Diamonds

77 DIAMONDS, ADLER, BOODLES, BOUCHERON, BREITLING, BUCCELLATI, BULGARI, CARTIER, CHANEL FINE JEWELLERY, CHATILA, CHAUMET, CHOPARD, DAVID MORRIS – THE LONDON JEWELLER, DE BEERS DIAMOND JEWELLERS, DE GRISOGONO, DONNA KARAN NEW YORK, FABERGÉ, GEORG JENSEN, GILLIAN ANDERSON PRICE, GRAFF, HARRY WINSTON, JAEGER LE COULTRE, JEWELLERY THEATRE, MARCUS, MIKIMOTO, MONTBLANC, MOUSSAIEFF, PIAGET, RICH DIAMONDS, ROLEX BOUTIQUE, S.J. PHILLIPS LTD, TIFFANY & CO., VACHERON CONSTANTIN, WATCH CENTRE, WATCHES & JEWELLERY OF BOND STREET, WATCHES OF SWITZERLAND, WEMPE

sasha