FIG is pleased to announce the recent move to one of the West End’s greatest fashion destinations, South Molton Street. South Molton Street holds a considerable amount of history, architecture and secret.
The new office, No. 42, is just a few doors from flat 17, which was home to the English poet and painter, William Blake for 17 years. The River Tyburn runs several meters underground after it was diverted beneath the street during the 18th century to build the surrounding Mayfair, which is home to many boutiques and hotels today from Monica Vinader to The Westbury Hotel.
Despite a considerable amount of rebuilding during the 1900′s, the street still boasts many small Georgian houses. Number 63 show’s off a plaque of the Corporations of London’s arms and still has its original ground floor windows.
Just opposite us is Browns, created in 1970 by Joan Burstein with her
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