Jermyn Street is a one way street in the St. James area of the city of Westminster in London. Fairly small street and is best known for selling gentleman's clothes. Best underground station is Leicester Square or Piccadilly Circus.
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If you are a man that likes menswear and finely tailored clothing very slightly cheaper in some instances than Savile Row this is the shopping street in London for you. Some of the shops on Jermyn Street you will only find on this street. If...More
Jermyn Street has unquestionably the world's best collection of shops selling smart clothes and shoes for men. There are sales twice a year, at which point the shirts come down to about £20, which is astonishing value for such fine cotton shirts. And the range...More
The shirt shops, suit shops, hat shops, cuff link shops, shoe stores, socks shops...you name it, it is found on this street. Hubby spent most of his time at Charles Tyrwhitt (rhymes with spirit), 100 Jermyn Street. Great service. Wonderful product. Lovely street for window...More
Named after Henry Jermyn, the first Earl of St. Albans, who developed it in 1664. Home to the future Duke of Marlborough and Sir Isaac Newton. Its Gun Tavern hosted French revolutionary sympathisers in the late 18th century. Refuge for Louis Bonaparte after his defeat...More
This street parallel to Piccadilly is reputed to be the centre of men's clothing especially suits and shirts. Good quality and with price to match, its good for a visit.
Jermyn used to be the place to come for top quality menswear and accessories. Most of the shops now focus on much lower quality mass produced menswear. There are a few more interesting and unusual businesses here and it is a nice contrast to the...More