South Molton Street

Mayfair’s South Molton Street

South Molton Street

South Molton Street runs from Oxford Street in the north to Brook Street in the south. Bond Street tube station sits on the corner of Oxford and South Molton Street and is one of the reasons the street is such a shopping Mecca. 

South Molton Street is fully pedestrianised giving it a calming atmosphere. It’s an excellent street for the strut: dandies and dandizettes can oft be found lurking around it’s strange mix of cafes, healthy looking tea shops and fashion favourites. 

The street has a good selection of original Georgian houses and was being built in the mid-18th century as part of the Conduit Mead Estate. 

William Blake on South Molton Street

Between 1803—1821 the great artist William Blake lived at 17 South Molton Street, London W1.  This is the original building in which Blake lived (first floor).  The address and number remained unchanged.

William Blake South Molton St

William Blake lived at 17 South Molton Street, London W1

 

South Molton Street Shops & Businesses

Changes Recruitment

Monica Vinader

Jones Bookmakers

Bimba & Lola

Vertices Uomo

Vertices

Dune Shoes

Zadig & Voltaire

Butler & Wilson

Katherine Corbett Clinic

Claudia Pierlot

Pringle Of Scotland

Bond Street Personnel

Whistles

Browns

Bosideng

Mayfair Point

Diamond Boutique

BSL Interlinguas

Nomination

Snappy Snaps

Melissa Pop-Up

Trevor Rare

Layers

Browns Focus

Chrestomanci & Gabriela

Nails Inc

Castle Galleries

Attica

Mayfair Therapy Centre

Bertie

Gerard Darel

Hobbs

NW3

Graffiti

Space NK Apothecary

Golfing

Pinko Pop-Up

Catimpni

Mascara

Eton

Ted Baker

The Couples

SuperTrash

Yellow Korner

Lucas

Karen Millen

Officinal Slowear

DG Podiatrist

The Slower Store

Make

Vidal Sassoon

Petit Bateau

Starbucks Coffee

John Walker

Rico Line

Kurt Geiger

Thomas Sabo

Tartine Et Chocolat

Calvin Klein

Sakare

 

South Molton Street

South Molton Street at Christmas