Menswear boutique Chiltern Street is open its first standalone store at 58 Chiltern Street in Marylebone, taking 605 sq ft on a 5 year lease.
English Cut was founded in 2001 by former Anderson & Sheppard’s head cutter Thomas Mahon and previously located on the tailoring destination of Savile Row.
Chiltern Street in Marylebone, managed by the Portman Estate is already home to a range of acclaimed menswear boutiques including Grey Flannel, John Simmons and Club Monaco.
Philip Norris, head of retail at the Portman Estate, said: “We are delighted to welcome English Cut to Chiltern Street. As a heritage brand that champions craftsmanship, style and tradition, English Cut will perfectly complement the existing menswear offer on the street.“
Nash Bond acted for the Portman Estate.