Jermyn Street dates back to 1664 when Charles II authorised Henry Jermyn, the Earl of St Albans, to develop an area close to St James' Palace. It has flourished ever since and holds a worldwide reputation for high quality British artistry and craftsmanship. The street is home to London's finest men's tailors, shirt makers, suppliers of leather goods, food and wine merchants, restaurants, hotels and art galleries.
This month Jermyn Street celebrates GQ's 25th Anniversary with a special festive shopping evening on Thursday 21st November. For details see our NEWS section
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