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149 Sloane Street
London SW1X 9BZ
020 7589 6298

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The Most Famous Shops in the World

Sloane Street is the jewel in Knightsbridge’s crown and is home to many of the top designers including Cartier, Armani, Christian Lacroix, Thomasz Starzewski and Chanel. In addition, Prada and Dolce & Gabbana now also attract a younger, trendier crowd. Brompton Road plays host to some well- known retail names including the jewellers Boodle & Dunthorne, Austin Reed and Jaeger Visitors of Scottish descent, and those who would aspire to a little Scottish blood, are able to view and buy their clan tartan at the Scotch House, where they can learn of its history from the experts in the ‘Tartan Room’. And where better to round off a Knightsbridge shopping spree than Beauchamp Place. Packed with chic boutiques such as Caroline Charles and Kanga, the opportunity to indulge is overwhelming!

Only the most saintly are able to resist the temptations on offer in this square mile packed with the best of everything. In addition to the treasures of Sloane Street, Knightsbridge boasts two of the world’s greatest department stores: Harvey Nichols, a style emporium favoured by the ‘ladies who lunch’, and of course our very own ‘corner shop’, Harrods.

Opened in 1849 as a small grocery shop by Charles Henry Harrod, Harrods has steadily grown to occupy it’s present 4.5 acre site. Always innovative in their approach to retailing, in 1898, smelling salts and brandy had to be provided for their terrified customers when Harrods installed Englands first escalators.

Over one hundred and fifty years on it has grown and has now become the world’s most famous shop. On an average day 35,000 people will visit the store and during the sales numbers can rise to 300,000, when trading is described as ‘brisk’. Charlton Heston, Dame Edna Everage,Tony Curtis, Roger Moore, Cliff Richard, Jason Donovan, Nigel Mansell,Tom Jones, Burt Reynolds and Richard Gere have all enjoyed being guests of honour at the traditional opening ceremony.

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