The best place to visit when on a trip to London there's no need to go anywhere else. The staff are so helpful and welcoming I never fail to get what I want. Lunch at the Wallace just round the corner what more could you ask for, great fashion ,good food and some fine art.
Time Out says
Posted: Tue Nov 30 1999
Owners Jane Ellis and Kate Allden stock a mix of lesser-known designers in their super-chic and spacious Marylebone store, including Sydney’s Ginger & Smart, S Sung from New York, Swedish brand Filippa K, Kiwi designer Rebecca Taylor, and Suzannah from the UK. Hidden behind the over-hyped high street this attitude-free boutique has lines you won’t see all over town (as well as a few established names such as YMC and American Retro), and by manning the shop floor themselves, they can adapt their buying according to demand. There are also leathers and separates by Mike & Chris (around £600), an interesting range of jewellery of the Alex Monroe ilk, and easy-wear pieces by East by East West (from £50) – the 1940s-influenced dresses and coats have an oriental simplicity.
KJ's Laundry is number 43 in our list of the 100 best shops in London.
KJ's Laundry 74 Marylebone Lane