Named after the Prince Regent, the street was built in 1819 under the direction of architect John
Experience Regent Street, London's distinctive home of fashion, dining, wellness and lifestyle.
Named after the Prince Regent, the street was built in 1819 under the direction of architect John Nash and its Grade II-listed facades represent some of the most distinguished architecture in London.
When built, Regent Street was the original shopping street for the capital and has grown into a world-renowned destination that curates year-round memorable experiences that go beyond the world-class shopping. Its programme of events are globally recognised and include Summer Streets, Fashion Festival in September, and the switch-on of its iconic Christmas lights in November.
Regent Street's regency buildings are today home to world-class flagship stores including Tory Burch, Burberry, Coach, Kate Spade and J. Crew. While, tucked away in Regent Street's neighbouring side streets, are award-winning restaurants such as the Araki, Stem and Sabor.
Wellness experiences can be found across the street, in the likes of Kiehl's and DryBy as well as Psycle and Rapha.
Surrounded by diverse and dynamic smaller streets, including Conduit Street, Mortimer Street, Princes Street, Great Marlborough Street and Brewer Street, Regent Street and the surrounding area offers a hand-picked blend of pioneering global names and independent brands that is unmatched.
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