Mount Street’s mix of old and new is one of the many things that make it what it is. From stores that have remained on the street for decades, to heritage labels that have moved on to the street to take advantage of its vintage feel, delve into some history at these stores.
Founded in 1961, Sautter Cigars has grown a reputation as a world specialist. Still in its original shop at number 106, they have a particularly impressive collection of vintage and aged Cuban cigars. You can even sample them before you buy in their comfy leather chairs.
Perfumiers since 1760, Creed Fragrances has their only UK standalone boutique on Mount Street. Now headquartered in Paris, the brand reportedly started life as a tailors in London so you’ll be getting back to their roots. They are known to create fine fragrances for royalty, aristocracy and high-profile figures.
With a royal warrant to the Queen of Denmark, Georg Jensen jewellery, watches and accessories have been made to the highest quality since 1904. Here at their flagship UK store you’ll find a wide selection of their beautiful, Scandinavian style crafted from years of experience.
Rubinacci are one of the few Italian tailors in London, offering an alternative style to the Brits on Savile Row. Ironically, the brand was founded in Naples in 1932 to bring English-style tailoring to Italy but nowadays they embrace their heritage at their four ateliers in London, Tokyo, Milan and Naples.