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Signor Bellomo and the Bosche at breakfast

Over 90,000 German military personnel were held as internees or prisoners of war in Great Britain in 1914-18. One day in October 1917, one of them walked into a restaurant on Jermyn Street. 635 more words

Ordinary Londoners

Anything but Square

Whatever the season we at Grosvenor do not need a reason to wear a Pocket Square.

For centuries they have served us well and allowed gentlemen the world over to add a touch of glamour and individualism to their look. 134 more words

Fashion

History of the Jermyn Street Shirt

The ancient Norman mail shirt, which was made of felt, leather, and iron, was an important part of the Norman horseman’s outfit and left its mark on masculine fashion in England and worldwide. 526 more words

Fashion

Review - Return of the Soldier - Jermyn Street Theatre

This has been the year for theatrical productions with a First World War theme – revivals of old plays (The Silver Tassie), debuts of new ( 513 more words