Find fashion heaven in London's most fashionable street. Fenwick offers five floors of coveted labels, fabulous frocks and eternally stylish accessories. There's also a gleaming beauty department, restaurants and spa services to satisfy your every whim.
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63 New Bond StreetLondonW1A 3BS
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Small department store but outstanding service! I spent most of my time in the hosiery department. What a vast selection!! They have so many styles and patterns it's overwhelming! The sales associate was adorable and we must have talked for 20 minutes. She was so patient and helpful, explaining the size charts and advising me how to wear socks with heels/sandals-really!! And the look is...more
What's happened here?! Fenwick's used to be my favourite department store, mainly because it didn't have the look and feel of a department store. It used to have just the right balance between old-fashioned, British understatement and hip, in that the layout and decor were plain and simple in a place filled with interesting and surprising brands alongside more predictable stuff. There was a...more
Fenwicks, Bond street has undergone a period of refurbishment and had a dramatic face lift. Not instantly noticebale from the ground floor, however as you drift through the four floors you will notice the chic, light and modern feel to the store. The best thing for fashionistas is that this department store hasnt given in to the mass high street brands, it has British and European designers...more
Having grown up in Australasia, a place strangely in thrall to the concept of the shopping mall, I find department stores almost quaint. And Fenwick, tucked behind ghastly Oxford Street, has got to be the quaintest of them all.
Being located on Bond Street - otherwise known as my secret route to Selfridges via Itsu in Vogue House - I often stumble into Fenwick almost by accident. Invariably...more
Something of a fuddy-duddy emporium that no doubt has a special place in the heart and history of British department stores. First opened in the late 19th century as an innovative and luxurious concept (multiple departments under one roof!), it's now the store's aura of tradition, the fact that shopping here once meant a special outing that entailed adorning your hat and gloves, that is...more