Whistles neighbourhood: Marylebone
An insiders guide to this handsome London district - home to our flagship store.
The Kabiri motto is that an outfit is never fully finished without jewellery and one we wholeheartedly agree with here at Whistles. Pop into Kabiri for contemporary and original pieces, a mix of in-house designed pieces and fresh new designers sourced by Nathalie Kabiri.
37 Marylebone High Street, W1U 4QE
A light drenched window space serves as the refined entrance to Howell’s flagship store on Wigmore street. The shop offers clothing and homewares that evoke Howell’s ability to rework functional items for the modern day man or women. We recommend a visit for mid century furniture and relaxed tailoring.
34 Wigmore St, W1U 2RS
Patty and Bun
It’s hard to differentiate between the masses of burger joints that have popped up over the past few years. We’ve tried and tested many and highly recommend Patty and Bun for the ultimate no nonsense burgers. Offering a small quality range of the comfort food, and no worries for vegetarians, the Portobello mushroom burger is also a winner.
54 James Street, W1U 1EU
With its built in maturing cellars, daily fresh selection of seasonal produce and specialist tasting café, la fromagerie is the expert place to head for all your cheese needs. Pick up a wealth of knowledge from the cheese connoisseurs including how to create the perfect cheese plate, or experiment at their Monday evening supper clubs.
2-6 Moxon Street, W1U 4EW
The Conran Shop
Head to this interiors institution for a curated blend of gifts, contemporary furniture and lighting. A distinctive mix between select vintage, considered design and modern pieces, the Conran store is an ever-changing, ever-evolving space and with each visit, we are sure you will discover something unique and inspiring for the home.
55 Marylebone High Street, W1U 5HS
A firm favourite of celebrities such as Beyonce and hip jetsetters worldwide. This is the brand to head to for clean lines and contemporary luxury, founded by ex-style editor Anna Laub in 2009. All of the swim and eyewear is designed with a strong focus on luxury materials, inspired by tropical destinations from Positano to Honolulu and expertly handcrafted in Italy. A visit to the minimalist Robert Storey designed store will leave you packing your bags and heading to the sun asap.
54 Chiltern Street, W1U 7QX
One of the most influential and longest running contemporary galleries in London. The Lisson represents current artists such as Marina Abromavich, Ai Weiwei and Anish Kapoor. This is the gallery to visit to spot the latest artistic talent and expand your viewpoint on modern art.
52/54 Bell Street, NW1 5BY
Since 2004 Browns bride is the one stop shop for brides to be, a concession from the London premium boutique Browns in Mayfair. Offering a range of unique and feminine custom pieces from Sophia Kokosalaki to Vera Wang. It is still worth a visit even if there is no wedding on the cards.
12 Hinde St, W1U 3BE
The Wallace Collection
Housed in a historic London townhouse is this diverse collection of artworks spread over 25 galleries. French 18th century painting, rare furniture and incredible old Master paintings make for a fascinating browse through history. Hidden within the collections is an impressive courtyard restaurant space – perfect for cultural half time refreshment.
Hertford House Manchester Square, W1U 3BN
The man behind Los Angeles’ legendary Chateau Marmont hotel Andre Balzas has turned his expert eye to London. Since Balzas opened the Chiltern Firehouse it has fast become the place to head for discreet luxury and appetising cuisine, Whistles highly recommends treating yourself to brunch inside this striking gothic Victorian building.
1 Chiltern Street, W1U 7PA
The Monocle Café
The cult magazine has taken its years of expertise in lifestyle and naturally progressed to open a store/café. A community space for fellow Monocle readers to pick up their latest issue and indulge in the carefully curated menu. Whistles favourites include their cinnamon & cardamon buns washed down with an Aperol Spritz.
18 Chiltern Street, London W1U 7QA
Fresh offers a vast array of addictive products to treat every beauty concern. Inspired by global beauty traditions Fresh products combine 100% natural ingredients with the latest expertise and technology. Pick up a pot of their award winning brown sugar body polish or cult rose facemask.
92 Marylebone High Street, W1U 4RD
Paul Rothe & Son
Now in its fourth generation this family run business, founded in 1900, is one of London’s oldest delicatessens. Rothe & son remains unspoilt and authentic. Pick up a bite to eat in this warm neighbourly café and leave feeling part of the family. We suggest taking home one of their vast ranges of condiments and jams.
35 Marylebone Lane, W1U 2NN
Your local store
Saunter through the charming St Christopher's Place to find our flagship store, wander around three floors to discover our largest in-store collection including shoes and accessories. If you're stuck for time, Whistles Thayer Street store is for you - you'll find a concise edit of our range in a calm boutique environment.