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All the latest openings on Sloane Street this season

7 July 2023

All the latest openings on Sloane Street this season
New Dior store accessories and chairs
Sofas in the new Dior boutique

Sloane Street’s transformation is well and truly underway, and to coincide with the makeover some of the Street’s most loved brands have dreamed up beautiful new boutiques. Here are all the details.

Dior has expanded and moved from number 31 to 196-198 Sloane Street, where a new 9,000sq ft boutique showcases its accessories, footwear, Maria Grazia Chiuri’s womenswear and, for the first time on its own floor, Kim Jones’ menswear line. 

The boutique’s façade is modelled on the French house’s signature cannage motif, a patterned play of light and transparency, aligning with its Parisian flagship at 30 Avenue Montaigne. Inside, neutral colours complement contemporary artworks by the likes of Victoria Morton, Peter Seal and Selma Parlour, while details throughout point to the house’s hallmarks, including its toile de Jouy and Versailles parquet. Beautiful furniture by Christophe Delcourt, Patricia Urquiola and Vonnegut/Kraft adds to the plush feel of the store. 

Elsewhere, Bottega Veneta is now at 33 Sloane Street. #NewBottega fans will delight in this larger spot which epitomises Matthieu Blazy’s vision. The Italian brand commissioned interiors to echo its native Veneto region, such as rich blue marble, glass, terrazzo floors, curved wood panelling and furniture that strikes a balance between Mid-century and contemporary. The space is as Instagrammable as everything else the house creates.

Ermanno Scervino has also moved just a few doors down to number 199. The transformed boutique features opulent grey interiors accented with mirrored furniture and fittings. It is the perfect setting for the brand’s chic, Italian-made designs. 

Then there is luxury Italian house Kiton, which makes its debut on the Street at number 49 this summer. The brand is best known for impeccable tailoring, so if you’re looking for a wedding suit, this ought to be your first stop.

And finally, with all these new spaces to discover, you’ll undoubtedly need a pit stop to refuel. Happily, the Lorian (formerly the Sloane Street Deli) will soon open its doors to supply the neighbourhood with its much-loved gourmet treats. Be sure to drop in and grab a bite at number 162B.

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