Sloane Street sits at the heart of the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea, stretching from Knightsbridge to Sloane Square. Sloane Street accentuates the very best of London life and style. Renowned for its elegant catwalk of iconic luxury brands, unparalleled service and exclusive products, its impressive list of flagship stores include Tom Ford, Chloe, Salvatore Ferragamo, Roberto Cavalli, Valentino, Giorgio Armani, Rag & Bone, Saint Laurent, Alberta Ferretti, Marni and Gucci.
The Street takes its name from Sir Hans Sloane, who purchased the area in 1712. Today, iconic luxury brands are interspersed with chic townhouses and beautifully manicured gardens.
The vibrancy of Sloane Square and Duke of York Square is a minute's stroll - within 10 minutes' walk from One Three One can be reached either the award-winning Saturday Fine Food Farmers' Market at Duke of York Square or the international cache of the Mandarin Oriental hotel in Knightsbridge.
The neighbourhood also offers must-see cultural destinations including The Victoria & Albert museum (V&A), Cadogan Hall, The Royal Court Theatre and The Saatchi Gallery - as well as some of the capital's leading restaurants and hotels.
Already home to many of the finest international brands, plans are underway to further elevate Sloane Street's status as the ultimate choice for luxury retail and provide an exceptional and inspiring experience for those visiting, living or working in the area.
Sloane Square underground station is just around the corner, with the Circle and District lines providing easy access around the city. South Kensington, Knightsbridge and Hyde Park Corner are all within easy walking distance.
Two minutes by tube or 15 minutes by foot, London Victoria is a major hub for public transport and connectivity within central London, as well as providing direct access to Gatwick Airport.
St Pancras International station provides high-speed trains direct to mainland Europe, and Heathrow airport is within half an hour from Paddington.
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Sloane Street is not only an international stage for global visitors, it also has one of the most affluent residential catchments. The Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea is the wealthiest borough in England.
Sloane Street could not be better connected - around 14 million visitors flow through Sloane Square tube station each year and around 20 million through Knightsbridge (source: TFL)
The nearby plethora of renowned hotels and restaurants and the proximity of Knightsbridge and Sloane Square ensure that there are a significant number of international visitors who shop on Sloane Street. Over 75% of customers are from Acorn's two most affluent categories, Affluent achievers and Rising Prosperity, compared to the London average of 43% (source: ROI Survey 2013)