Continued from Shopping in Piccadilly, London – Church Place to Duke Street St James’s
Shops/areas of interest between Duke St. St James’s and St. James’s St. (along Piccadilly leading from Piccadilly Circus)-
The Highlands – Country clothing and out door activity clothing for men and women.
French Travel Centre – Travel (including day trips) in France.
A Maitland & Co. – Chemists
Piccadilly Arcade – This Edwardian style arcade opened in 1909 connects Piccadilly to Jermyn Street. It has a number of shops. They include Favourbrook (men’s and women’s) known for exclusive evening, day and wedding wear, Iconastas dealing Russian works of art viz. Russian porcelain, paintings, antique silver, lacquer etc., Mark Marengo, New & Lingwood – both for men’s wear, The Armoury of St. James’s with an interesting array of antiques, metal figurines, knights, toy soldiers, military antiques etc. This arcade is fun for window shopping too in case one doesn’t have immediate plans of purchasing.
A map of the area is given below. The map is not to scale. It merely shows which store comes after which one, in the area. Please click on the maps to enlarge.
Waterford Wedgwood – A leading luxury retailer of fine china and glass, the group has four brands – Waterford Crystal, Wedgwood, Royal Doulton and Rosenthal. Wedgwood was founded in 1759 and is famous for the finest of china and cutlery and ornamental wares black basalt and Jasper (a fine, hard stoneware). Dinnerware sets, stemware, casual table ware, flat ware, bowls & centerpieces etc. are the forte of this group.
Richoux – Breakfast, luncheon, traditional afternoon tea and evening dining. Light or heavy meals available any time of the day.
Starbucks – Coffee galore!
TUMI – A leading brand of luxury travel, business and lifestyle accessories. The Piccadilly store is managed and operated by Case London specialists in luggage and leather goods. It’s a joint venture between TUMI and Case.
Mackenzie’s – Offers fine tailoring for men and women. Positioned as costing “much less than Sevile Row prices”. They have a good collection of cloth patterns sold by the meter. Specializes in English and Scottish (Tartan) clothing.
This is followed by Vodaphone, ITSU, a foreign exchange counter and CgX accessories.
Next is Pret a manger – Healthy fresh food. The policy is to use natural ingredients and avoid preservatives and other chemicals. They have sandwiches, wraps, salads, soups, bagels, juices and smoothies, baguettes, muffins et al.
Next to this is Patisserie Valerie with St. James’s St. coming up after that.
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