Marylebone’s must-visit street, Chiltern Street is an iconic red-bricked stretch of chic boutiques and cafés amid Victorian-gothic architecture. Home to some of London’s most coveted designers, on Chiltern Street you will find something you won’t find anywhere else in London.
Shop of The Month
Latest addition to the street, The Gallery of Everything is London’s first commercial gallery dedicated to non-academic artists. The gallery’s inaugural exhibition showcases and sells works by artists featured in Jarvis Cocker’s pivotal 1998 documentary, <insert name of docu>. All proceeds go towards supporting the mother brand, The Museum of Everything, a non-profit charity.
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Created in partnership with the GREAT Campaign as part of Visit Britain
Chiltern Street has teamed up with the GREAT Campaign as part of Visit Britain – a website showcasing must-visits and hidden gems in London and the UK – to create a special video exploring our unique street and why Chiltern Street is ‘London’s Coolest Street’, as voted by Condé Nast Traveller US.
Chiltern Street in Marylebone has been transformed into a specialist-shopping destination following a three-year regeneration programme. Chiltern Street’s distinctive historical character can still be seen in the row
of red brick frontages and the Grade II listed Victorian fire station – transformed into a boutique hotel by acclaimed American hotelier Andre Balazs and due to open in Spring 2014.