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Marylebone village

Tucked away from the hustle of Bond street you will find Marylebone Village, which has a diverse range of retailers, from high street shops to independents and designer shops. You will also find some stylish bars, restaurants and galleries.

KOI BIRD

KOI BIRD is a great concept store, they theme the store focusing on one part of the world, the current theme is Korean. You will find some of the best Korean designers stocked here along with gifts, accessories and even Korean beauty! We all know how Korean beauty has blown up in the UK in recent years, so this is the place to be seen, they have a whole wall dedicated to Korean skincare and beauty.

Website: https://www.koibird.com

KJ’S LAUNDRY

KJ’s Laundry is another store that stocks a range of luxury established and emerging designers, where you will find womenswear, bags, jewellery, shoes and beauty products. You will find brands such as Samantha Sung, Session, IRO and many more. Look out for the quirky artwork on the walls as well and yes they are available to buy.

Website: https://www.kjslaundry.com

DINNY HALL

Jewellery lovers walk on over to renowned modern British designer Dinny Hall, where you will find their beautiful signature hoops along with stand-out opulent cocktail rings. Dinny Hall recently teamed up with The National Portrait Gallery to produce the Pre-Raphaelite collection. Two painterly motifs derived from the collection have been reworked, pared-back and translated into contemporary jewellery.

Website: https://www.dinnyhall.com

JOHN BELL AND CROYDEN
Walking into John Bell and Croyden is like walking into a beauty emporium, stocked full of skincare and beauty products along with all sorts of products for your body. They also have a beauty room where you can unwind and get a massage or a bespoke facial.

Website: https://johnbellcroyden.co.uk

28-50 WINE WORKSHOP AND & KITCHEN
This contemporary and stylish restaurant is definitely worth a visit, they have an extensive menu, offering up European dishes along with a wine menu showcasing 30 carefully chosen wines, to cater to all needs. However if you struggle to choose a perfectly paired wine, then ask to speak to one of their knowledgeable sommeliers. Look out for their special tastings, workshops and themed dinners, you won’t be disappointed.

Website: https://www.2850.co.uk

AMP
Forget about the bog standard gyms, and try out AMP, for a personal training session like no other. Do you need motivation and help with what exercises you need to focus on but fear having a 1-2-1 with a PT, who will over push you and make exercising a miserly? Then opt for a group personal training session at AMP. A small session includes only four people with a PT going from person to person, catering to their individual needs.

Website: https://amp.fit

So that’s a round up of some of our favourite picks, but to see what else Marylebone Village has on offer (and they have a lot) visit their website here.

Marylebone Village is only a five minute walk from Bond Street or other nearby tube stations include: Marylebone, Baker Street and Great Portland Street.

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