We have partnered with our friends at Paris' premier menswear boutique, Beige Habilleur, to offer a permanent shop-in-shop for our Parisian customers. We have our own little corner of Beige's immaculate retail space (located in the always-elegant 16th arrondissement), in which we will be offering an extended range of seasonal and essential product, as well as holding regular made-to-order events for custom tailoring, shirts and ties.
Our flagship store in the heart of elegant Mayfair. Formerly the home of a prestigious art and antiques gallery situated between Savile Row and Bond Street, the interior of the store is furnished with Harris Tweed covered armchairs, natural wood floors and cabinetry from the Natural History Museum.
MON - FRI 9:00 - 17:30 SAT 10:00 - 18:00 SUN CLOSED
Situated beneath our tie factory along with our head office, our Haberdasher Street factory shop offers a wealth of previous-season products, from ties to tailoring, accessories to outerwear, shirts to scarves.
Our first permanent home in New York City, on SoHo’s Crosby Street. The store will be a familiar presence to our followers in the city, offering not only our selection of handmade ties, scarves and pocket squares, but also shirts, tailoring and footwear. However, it aims to create a new experience for shoppers, something entirely unique to New York.
6-10-1, FIFTH FLOOR, GINZA 6, CHUO-KU, TOKYO, JAPAN, 104-0061
Our Japan store can be found in the Ginza Six shopping development, in the heart of one of Tokyo’s most renowned shopping districts. Our Ginza branch looks to bring classically British style to Japan, with a broad selection of our wares, and specially commissioned Adam Dant illustrations adorning the walls.
18-10 Dosan-daero, Seoul
18-10 DOSAN-DAERO 45-GIL, GANGNAM-GU, SEOUL, REPUBLIC OF KOREA
Our own little corner of British elegance in South Korea’s capital. Located in Seoul’s vibrant shopping district, south of the Han river, the shop brings our offer of handmade ties, English shirts, Italian-made tailoring and fine accessories to the shores of East Asia.