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Bond Street, London

Bond Street is one of the most prestigious shopping streets in London and the world. It is located in the district of Mayfair, going in the southeast-northwest direction from Piccadilly to Oxford Street, parallel to Regent Street which is some 250 metres to the east. Officially Bond Street is named Old Bond Street in the southeastern part (near Piccadilly) and New Bond Street in the northwestern part (near Oxford Street).

Bond Street Tube Station

Bond Street is also the name of the tube station that is located near the northwestern end of Bond Street (the street) on Oxford Street. It is served by Central and Jubilee lines. Another tube station close to the northwestern end of Bond Street is Oxford Circus (Central, Bakerloo, Victoria). There are two stations near the southeastern end of Bond Street: Green Park (Piccadilly, Jubilee, Victoria) and Piccadilly Circus (Piccadilly and Bakerloo). There are also very frequent bus services in Oxford Street, Regent Street, and Piccadilly.

Shops and Brands in Bond Street

Some of the world’s most upmarket designer brands and jewellers have their shops in Bond Street. To many of them, the location is one of the ways to demonstrate their premium status. Some of the brands you can find in Bond Street include:

  • Alexander McQueen
  • Anne Fontaine
  • Anya Hindmarch
  • Armani
  • Boodles
  • Bulgari
  • Burberry
  • Calvin Klein
  • Cartier
  • Dior
  • DKNY
  • Dolce & Gabanna
  • Ermenegildo Zegna
  • Graff Diamonds
  • Gucci
  • Harry Winston
  • Herm├Ęs
  • Chanel
  • Chopard
  • Jimmy Choo
  • Longchamp
  • Louis Vuitton
  • Miu Miu
  • Mulberry
  • Polo Ralph Lauren
  • Prada
  • Salvatore Ferragamo
  • Smythson
  • Tiffany & Co.
  • Yves Saint Laurent

Bond Street is also the address of Sotheby’s (34-35 New Bond Street), world’s leading auction house and provider of fine art, diamonds, luxury wine, and other high priced items. There is also the headquarters of The Fine Art Society at 148 New Bond Street.