Parts of our London-themed SS16 campaign shoot are based here. See our model outside the world-famous Connaught Hotel, featuring our IVANNA sandals and EMORY clutch. Stepping out of an iconic black taxi no less.
Read on for some of our favourite things to do in this ritzy locale; whether for your London Fashion Week pit-stop, or general city exploration.
Enjoy Some Art
The Michael Werner Gallery on Upper Brook Street opens its latest exhibition: Allen Jones: Maîtresse on February 26th. Celebrating the female form, it features a series of movie-poster stylised heroines wearing sky-high heels. www.michaelwerner.com
(Allen Jones "Maîtresse VII”, 2014 - 2015 Oil on canvas 61 x 43 1/4 inches 155 x 110 cm JON 25/00. Courtesy Michael Werner Gallery, London)
Well it would be rude not to wouldn't it? Flemings of Mayfair is a gorgeous little boutique hotel, a little off the tourist trail, whose flamboyant afternoon tea is guaranteed to leave you on a sugar high all afternoon. www.flemings-mayfair.co.uk
Take A Ballet Class
If you're coveting the grace and posture of a ballerina, Dance Works on Balderton Street is the place to perfect your pliés and arabesques (and keep fit at the same time). danceworks.net
Get A Blow Dry With Breakfast
Over on Conduit Street, sketch - Mayfair's famous arty eaterie - has teamed up with aer Blow Dry Bar for London Fashion Week to offer a runway-worthy blow dry in the dreamy surroundings of sketch's Glade Room, together with some healthy, tasty breakfast treats, all for £25. (Available until February 22. To book contact email@example.com or call 0207 659 4500.) sketch.london
Or else, just take a slow evening stroll around this dazzling district, where you're bound to spot a number of colourful and glamorous characters ...
Treat yourself to some stylish footwear - worthy of a Mayfair girl-about-town. Shop our latest collection below: