Maison Assouline, London

Luxury publishing house Assouline, who produce luxurious limited edition books, have opened a “maison” style boutique in London’s central Piccadilly area. Located in an old 1920’s banking hall, originally designed by Sir Edward Lutyens (one of Britain’s most notable twentieth century architects), there’s a luxury library, great coffee, tasteful furniture and unique antique objects peppered around the space. Go for a late afternoon cocktail and get lost in their luscious collection of fashion, design and travel books. Don’t miss the most recent 70th anniversary tribute of Dior.

ASSOULINE STORES: 25 internationally (from New York to Geneva), London is their flagship.
PRICE: From $65.
MENU: Tea, coffee, cocktails, champagne.
INSIDER’S TIP: Order a coffee – their sourced from H. R. Higgins, a third-generation coffee merchant and a royal warrant holder to the queen.

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