Sloane Street is internationally recognised as one of London’s best addresses and it is home to many of the world’s most famous designer names.
Anchored by Harvey Nichols at the Knightsbridge end it stretches a kilometre south, via Gucci, Fendi, Dior, Jimmy Choo, Armani, Louis Vuitton, Prada, Versace, Hermes, Bulgari, Yves Saint Laurent, Valentino, Channel and Dolce & Gabbana (to name but a few).
It then passes Cadogan Place Gardens, the Danish and Icelandic Embassies, luxury hotels and a number of offices and private residences, to Chloe, Tiffany, Cartier, Pringle, Hugo Boss and Peter Jones (as well as many other notable stores) at the Sloane Square end. Sloane Street is bisected by many smaller streets which also host excellent stores, including (amongst others) Agent Provocateur and Anya Hindmarch on Pont Street, and French Sole and Lulu Guinness on Ellis Street. (To see a full list of stores visit The Shopping Directory).
Sloane Square is situated at the intersection of Sloane Street and The Kings Road. The Square itself forms a central island of calm with its fountain, war memorial, trees and benches where one can sit and survey the buzz of the surrounding stores, cafes and restaurants. Sloane Square is well served by local transport with its tube station, taxi ranks and numerous bus services. Next door to the tube station is the renowned Royal Court Theatre, and round the corner is Cadogan Hall, a leading concert venue and home to the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra.