The best boutiques in Belgravia

The upmarket enclave is one of London’s hottest spots for boutique shopping


The best boutiques in Belgravia

The upmarket enclave is one of London’s hottest spots for boutique shopping

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With international fashion heavyweights lining Sloane Street, and a bevy of quintessentially English designers congregating on Elizabeth Street and Pimlico Road (an undisputed interiors haven), the elegant neighbourhood of Belgravia is one of London’s finest shopping destinations.


Philip Treacy, 69 Elizabeth Street, SW1X

Hat maker to the stars, Philip Treacy has created magnificent millinery for some of the world’s most discerning fashion icons. Everyone from royalty to the A-list loves his avant-garde creations. His Elizabeth Street boutique is brimming with head-turning hats, perfect for a wedding or the races.


Christian Louboutin, 23 Motcomb Street, SW1X

The king of fabulous stilettos, Christian Louboutin has designed his Motcomb Street store with a red carpet to match the iconic soles of his footwear. It’s full of glamorous sky-high heels as well as fashion-forward shoes for men.


Anya Hindmarch, 15 Pont Street and 157-158 Sloane Street, SW1X

Queen of witty handbags and accessories, Anya Hindmarch has an irreverent style and two Belgravia shops – the Pont Street flagship, and one on Sloane Street, where you can shop her playful, vibrant bags, shoes and apparel.


Vickisarge, 38 Elizabeth Street, SW1

Dramatic and bohemian, Vicki Sarge made her name as one of the founders of cult costume jewellers Erickson Beamon. Her Belgravia shop and studio is filled with colourful, jewel-encrusted drop earrings, necklaces and dazzling bracelets.


Carolina Bucci, 22 Motcomb Street, SW1X

Florentine jeweller Carolina Bucci’s flagship Motcomb Street store and showroom sparkles with her minimalist fine jewellery. Here, you can shop her signature stranded Lucky bracelets, diamond-studded initial rings and 18ct-gold heart pendants.


Linley Belgravia, 60 Pimlico Road SW1W

Esteemed furniture maker and designer David Linley has a boutique on Pimlico Road. Explore this elegant store for sophisticated crockery, photo frames and gifts, or pick out an exquisite piece of timeless furniture.


Cox London, 194 Ebury Street SW1W

Design duo Christopher and Nicola Cox specialise in unique lighting and furniture, drawing from a well of inspiration that includes everything from nature to ancient Rome. Their Ebury Street store is full of their sensationally sculpted, hand-forged pieces.


Rococo Chocolates, 5 Motcomb Street, SW1X

Artisanal chocolatier Rococo’s Motcomb Street flagship store houses tantalisingly good cocoa-laden delights. Pick up a Union Jack selection box and pause over a cup of hot chocolate in the secret Moroccan garden.


Jo Loves, 42 Elizabeth Street, SW1W

British perfumer Jo Malone CBE has returned to the spotlight with her eponymous Jo Loves brand. Follow your nose to her Elizabeth Street boutique and serenade your senses with herbaceous and fruity fragrances, candles and body lotions.   


Situated in the centre of Sloane Street, overlooking Cadogan Place Gardens, the elegant Jumeirah Carlton Tower Hotel is the ultimate destination for a Belgravia shopping stay.