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Recently renowned for becoming the capital’s newest mecca for menswear, Covent Garden is equipped for any fashionable occasion. Whether it’s suiting from Hackett, modern classics from Kent & Curwen, a browse through luxury timepieces at Bucherer or a wet shave and trim at Murdock London. The area is even home to Paul Smith’s first London shop.

Tucked on the south side of the Piazza, Henrietta Street has become a menswear destination in its own right. Like-minded independent brands such as Nigel Cabourn and The Real McCoy’s sit side-by-side with relaxed restaurants like Frenchie and Flat Iron, should you feel peckish on your spending spree.


Recently renowned for becoming the capital’s newest mecca for menswear, Covent Garden is equipped for any fashionable occasion. Whether it’s suiting from Hackett, modern classics from Kent & Curwen, a browse through luxury timepieces at Bucherer or a wet shave and trim at Murdock London. The area is even home to Paul Smith’s first London shop.

Tucked on the south side of the Piazza, Henrietta Street has become a menswear destination in its own right. Like-minded independent brands such as Nigel Cabourn and The Real McCoy’s sit side-by-side with relaxed restaurants like Frenchie and Flat Iron, should you feel peckish on your spending spree.