Smythson sell a selection of quality stationery, diaries and leather goods and writing accessories. They also sell travel games, briefcases and wallets, perfect for gift ideas.
Venue Details & Map
40 New Bond StreetLondonW1S 2DE
- +44 (0)20 7629 8558
- Public transport:
- Oxford Circus, Underground
Top 5 reviews of Smythson
Smythson is a fantastic place to buy high quality stationery and leather goods; nothing comes cheap but the design, look and feel are worth it...
I love their paper products, but my real weakness is around leather goods, especially their purses and travel products.
They have some fabulous handbags, and a brilliant travel wallet which I bought for my mum.
One of my favourites little gifts is... more
Read 'em and weep. The prices that is. Ultra high end stationer to the Queen, Smythson has some of the nicest looking leather products I've ever found. I'm lucky, I actually have two of their leather agendas purchased at this Bond Street store. Even better, they don't even make them anymore. And as beautiful as their products are, you pay a pretty penny for the privilege of owning their... more
Smythson on Bond Street is an amazing shop. You will find a great range of small leather items, purses, wallets, keyrings, diaries, etc., and a great selection of stationery. They also sell all the old-fashioned accessories that you won't find anywhere else like travel escritoires, cufflink boxes and jewellery cabinets, made from the finest leather.
What I particularly like about Smythson is... more
I really enjoy Smythson's notebooks and diaries, especially the tactile feel of the fine leather and the light pale blue paper. Besides Greater London (including Heathrow), Smythson products are available online and at their New York City Store. And (gasp) occassionally (and carefully) you can obtain a good deal on ebay.
My annual splurge is to buy the Schott's Miscellany Diary. This keeps... more
I buy my diary at Smythson every year.
And by every year, I mean the last two years. You see, my husband happily surprised me by buying me the W1 in December 2013. At £295, it is Smythson's most expensive diary, and you'd not be wrong for calling it excessive.
People all year long have commented on the loveliness of my diary, envious eyes spying its iconic blue featherlight paper and... more