New openings in Marylebone Village

Exciting new openings in Marylebone Village and brands to look out for.


Danish Espresso Bar concept born out of Copenhagen and founded in London, Hagen, has just opened at 82 Marylebone High Street. They serve undeniably great coffee with a dash of Danish hygge, counter-prepared Danish inspired snacks and pastries, organic juices and kombucha. Dine in or pick up an expertly made takeaway coffee on the go as part of your daily ritual, served by their warm and friendly staff.

82 Marylebone High St, W1U 4QW
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Olivia Rubin
Olivia Rubin launched her first womenswear line after graduating from the world-renowned Central Saint Martins College in London and has now launched her first store in Marylebone Village. There is no doubt that Olivia Rubin’s collections can be instantly identified thanks to their unfiltered use of colour and print. Best known for its kaleidoscopic dresses, the London-based brand has proven to be a hit for playful yet sophisticated occasionwear. Where there’s colour, there’s bound to be Olivia Rubin.

102 Marylebone High St, W1U 4RN
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Fursac is a contemporary French menswear label, founded in Paris in 1973. Their latest store has just opened in Marylebone Village, offering studied French clothing, where formal tailoring and casual pieces elegantly co-exist. Incorporating both casual and evening wear into their collections, Fursac prides itself in making luxury tailoring accessible to men.

12 Marylebone High St, W1U 4NR
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Wyse London
Luxury womenswear label, Wyse London, specialises in ‘ageless style’. Their first store has officially opened at 95 Marylebone High Street, delivering classic, stylish pieces for every occasion, with that refined - and recognisable - Wyse twist. Flattering and comfortable, their retro rainbow stripes and accents of sparkle lift any outfit. Renowned for their cashmere collection, Wyse London has landed in Marylebone Village just in time for AW ‘21.

95 Marylebone High St, W1U 4RJ
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Toronto-based jewellery brand, Mejuri, has opened its first UK store at 96 Marylebone Lane. The brand launched in 2015 selling every day fine jewellery, from gold vermeil ribbed hoops to stylish stacking rings, as well as larger statement items to complement delicate layering pieces. Known for their fair pricing and responsibly sourced materials, Mejuri encourages and invites self-purchasing customers to experiment with jewellery styling in store, rather than viewing it behind a glass case.

96 Marylebone High St, W1U 4RN
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Isabel Manns
Independent British fashion designer, Isabel Manns, opened her Marylebone Village pop-up store in spring this year. The store has reopened at a new location - 103 Marylebone High Street - offering the same beautifully unique, timeless occasionwear. Underpinning Isabel’s approach to design is her commitment to building a 100% sustainable, circular fashion label. The popular reversible range offers two items of clothing in one, giving you a whole new look simply by reversing the item. Isabel uses offcuts and leftover fabric and crafts them into matching accessories, so you can coordinate your outfit with a matching headband or scarf.

103 Marylebone High Street, W1U 4RR
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