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Carnaby Street: 10 Year Anniversary

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Carnaby Street: 10 Year Anniversary

This weekend our Carnaby Street store turns ten, for a decade we’ve been keeping our central London visitors sharply dressed and to celebrate we’ve enlisted the talented folks at Biscuiteers to turn our wardrobe staples in biscuit form. We’ve taken the EC1 chino, sand desert boots, Harrington jacket classic checked shirt, tailored suit, AW12 favourite the leather sleeved canvas parka and packed the biscuit tin to the brim with our sartorial essentials.

Featured Store: Carnaby Street London

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Featured Store: Carnaby Street London

In 1950 our Carnaby Street store used to be a live jazz venue called Club Eleven. Originally located at 41 Great Windmill Street, Soho, the club played a significant role in the early history of British bebop, a form of modern jazz. The club was so named because it had 11 founders – business manager Harry Morris and ten British bebop musicians. Club Eleven had two house bands, one led by Ronnie Scott and the other by John Dankworth.