Afternoon Shopping in Soho

If you are after a laidback afternoon of wandering the streets of Soho, from Silver Place to Lexington Street and a spot of retail therapy and gallery gazing, look no further than our selection of chilled afternoon spots not to miss.

 

 

Aesop Soho

 

Aesop

Make your first stop Aēsop, the Melbourne skin, hair and body care store, exclusively designed by French studio Cigüe to exude Soho’s well-celebrated heritage. Aēsop pride themselves on marrying the finest of natural ingredients with traditional scientific methods to maintain their meticulous passion for quality. Stop by for some well-deserved self-care.

41 Lexington Street, W1F 9AJ
     

Natural Selection

Launched in 2009, Natural Selection started as an authentic denim brand marrying an understated British sensibility to Japanese selvedge fabrics and high fidelity construction methods. As the name suggests the brand has always focused on the unique way the denim cloth changes and evolves over time with each wear. 

40 Berwick Street, Soho, London, W1F 8RX
              
     
        

Sandqvist

From Nordic Landscapes to the streets of Soho – Swedish fashion and accessory brand Sandqvist’s first ever UK flagship store is found on Berwick Street.
Influenced by Scandinavian nature and functionality, the store is home to new releases alongside the full range of 130 styles, from canvas backpacks to leather handbags, and their first ever vegan collection.

79 Berwick Street, London, W1F 8TL
     

Oliver Spencer

Oliver Spencer founded his eponymous label in 2002 with a vision to combine hand-crafted quality with stylish accents and details.
Previously creating and expanding a formalwear brand, Oliver Spencer changed direction to create something new: a range of clothing with all the quality and craft of premium tailoring but with a relaxed modern style. The philosophy? Quality needn’t mean formality; casual needn’t mean careless.

81 Berwick Street, London, W1F 8TW
             
     
        

BLEACH

Young British hair brand BLEACH, the pioneers of dip-dyes, rainbow hues and silver sheens host their kaleidoscopic salon in Berwick Street.
Started by Alex Brownsell, BLEACH is the place to go in Soho for that on-trend dye job. Step inside for cut, colour, highlights, root treatments and blow drys. The salon now houses BLEACH's debut makeup collection complete with eye shadows, contour powders, lip kits and more in a range of bold colours and textures.

2 Berwick Street, London, W1F 0DR
     

Cass Art

The UK’s leading retailer of art tools for creative people, Cass Art on Berwick Street provides the world’s best art brands at the most affordable prices.
Step inside for a huge selection of art materials, from Daler Rowney paints to Winsor and Newton inks, and pop up easels to arts and crafts kits.
Cass Art’s staff are all artists themselves, so you can expect friendly, expert advice on all your creative projects.

24 Berwick Street, London, W1F 8RD

            
From streetwear to suiting, the latest trainer collaborations to luxe grooming rooms and record stores, Soho is the ultimate menswear destination. Check out our guide to the places not to miss.