In the time of King Charles II, this road was the connection between the Palace of Whitehall and Hampton Court Palace, and therefore the name King’s Road came about, due to the constant passage back and forth from the two royal houses. Now, this street, which spans that distance, is one of London’s shopping destinations where people throng to buy the items on offer.
Whether what you are looking for is fashion or even lifestyle artefact, King’s Road has it all for you. The Sixties, which made it famous, had the street synonymous with the “swinging 60s” and the “punk-fuelled 70s”, that later transcended into a kaleidoscope of options to choose from as you take a walk down it and take in the possibilities of shopping indulgence.
For fashion enthusiasts, Benetton, French Connection, and the likes offered to those who want a touch of the old and golden there are the vintage Levis and tuxedoes for your perusal and choice. For the classy and exuberant of shoppers, fashion boutiques, and designer outlets present their fine items of fashion in the stores which are decked in style and quintessence to enthral shoppers and urge them to indulge whilst shopping in London.
As you move towards Sloane Square, other perfumeries and independent stores will greet you, which cater to the like of skincare and accessories. Be sure to visit and list this street as a place to visit in London, and delight the shopper in you.
Tube : Sloane Square