My Seven Dials
Rick Edwards Shares His Seven Dials
Rick Edwards tells us what he loves about Seven Dials.
Ben Moffitt from Bailey Nelson shares his Seven Dials
Seven Dials is true to itself. The area embraces independent retails and original brands who are passionate about their products. It's quite possibly the best shopping precinct in the world.
HENRY HOLLAND, FASHION DESIGNER, SHARES HIS MY SEVEN DIALS
I’m very fond of Seven Dials as it’s one of the first places I came to shop when I set foot in London,so I consider the area and its incredible range of boutiques as my introduction to London’s vast shopping scene.
KARINE JACKSON, TOP LONDON HAIRDRESSER, SHARES HER MY SEVEN DIALS
Seven Dials is mostly independent with a great community of shop owners, staff and interesting shops – combined with not much traffic, it just has a brilliant atmosphere.
Dan Foster Manager of the newly opened le coq sportif SHARES HIS MY SEVEN DIALS
Having worked in the Oxford Street area of London for the past 2 years, I can see that Seven Dials has a much calmer atmosphere, with a nice mix of smaller independent boutiques and larger more established brands. People can spend more time enjoying what the area has to offer.
STEVE HUMPHERSON, MANAGER AT THE NEW SCOFF AND BANTER IN THE MERCER ST HOTEL SHARES HIS MY SEVEN DIALS
Seven Dials has a real close knit community feel about it - it’s like stepping out of Central London and walking into the cobbled streets of Canterbury or Chester.
Craig Howes, Co-Founder Of British Menswear Brand Howes & Baum Shares His My Seven Dials
Seven Dials holds a lot of great memories for me – I have spent many happy days and nights here with my friends. You can leave behind the madness of Oxford Street and suddenly be surrounded by cobbled streets, hidden shops in little courtyards and a wide variety of small independent shops, as well as designer stores and some of London's best restaurants and bars.