Where to London's top menswear shops

Read on for London's best menswear...

If you're looking for the page for the East London power-pop five-piece: you're gonna be disappointed. Plus, they spell it Menswe@r.

For everyone else still reading - let's talk men's fashion. Let's talk the very best in men's fashion, London.

OK, so it's a big ask - there's a trillion different styles out there so how can one list cover everything... well it can't - but we're doing our finest impression of Callum Best by dipping in and out all over the place; so whether you're after Saville Row's finest, streetwear, classic cuts, high end fabrics or just a darned good pair of jeans... then we've got it covered.

Read on for London's best menswear...

Old Spitalfields Market 111A Commercial Street Shadwell E1 6BG
Region: Shadwell
Nearest Station: Shoreditch (0.2 miles)

AIL Says: Albam is an independent menswear brand built on quality and considered design. Somehow every one of its London stores has its own individuality while at the same time featuring the same product range. Think Egyptian cotton t-shirts that last, waxed canvas jackets and functional style.

Dover Street Market
17-18 Dover Street Mayfair W1S 4LS
Region: Mayfair
Nearest Station: Green Park (0.1 miles)

AIL Says: This isn’t your average market, but then the location on a Mayfair back street kind of hints at that. Dover Street Market is Rei Kawakubo of Commes Des Garcon’s brainchild. A place where super desirable brands come together to make men cry at the beauty of the clothes – and then cry some more at the price tags. Even if you don’t have the money it is worth visiting to bask in the fashion.

  • USERS 8/10
11 Poland Street W1F 8QA

Nearest Station: Tottenham Court Road (0.2 miles)

AIL Says: YMC has two stores in London. One is located on Poland Street in Soho and the other takes up a space on Hanbury Street, Spitalfields. Marrying heritage style and military function YMC has a range that any man could comfortably wear daily. Understated yet high quality garments.

  • USERS 8/10
Britains Largest Fashion Store 222 Oxford Street Marylebone W1C 1DD
Region: Marylebone
Nearest Station: Oxford Circus

AIL Says: If it’s multiple price points you want then look no further than Topman. The store is the culmination of the behind the scenes trend forecasters and you’ll find anything from chunky knitwear to Hawaiian shirts – as well as a good line in slim fitting suits for the slim of leg.

  • USERS 6/10
The Hideout
7 Upper James Street Soho W1F 9DH
Region: Soho
Nearest Station: Piccadilly Circus (0.2 miles)

AIL Says: Streetwear is the name of the Hideout’s game. Brands like Stussy, Neighbourhood, Norse Projects and Visvim hang from the rails. This shop has history and remains one of London’s most treasured style haunts for men who know.

  • USERS 3/10
Present London
140 Shoreditch High Street Shoreditch E1 6JE
Region: Shoreditch
Nearest Station: Bethnal Green (0.1 miles)

AIL Says: Present isn’t just a shop it’s a full on lifestyle! Prufrock coffee served from a kiosk at the front, books and style magazines on the shelves and a mixture of heritage and high-end fashion. For Oxford shirts, Redwing boots, vintage Levis and exclusive skatewear – try Present first.

  • USERS 9/10
Liberty & Co
Liberty 210-220 Regent Street Mayfair W1B 5AH
Region: Mayfair
Nearest Station: Oxford Circus

AIL Says: Need jeans? Just head to the denim room. Looking for something for a formal occasion? Check out the range from Paul Smith et al in the classic zone. Or just looking for a delightful little APC cotton tee? Then it’s time for the contemporary fashion room. In short, whatever you’re after in the realm of menswear you’ll find a highly desirable version of it in the mock Tudor palace of Liberty.

  • OUR REVIEW 8/10

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