Located in an 1800’s townhouse on Lamb’s Conduit Street, a quiet central London row already home to the likes of Folk, Oliver Spencer and Universal Works, the first J.Crew London store recently opened its doors in understated style. No flashy signs or lurid branding, No.38 with its oldy-worldy signage and oldy-worldy bicycle out front is a compact space, beautifully kitted out, primarily dealing in shirts and accessories. Alongside you’ll find a small selection of their popular Ludlow suits, a monogramming service, complimentary delivery, custom stitching and buttons as well as accessories from Thomas Mason, London Undercover, Han Kjobenhavn, M&P Timepieces, Corgi and Begg & Co and many more. We took a nosey inside, head to the gallery for more.
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