Harvey Nichols Updated: about 2 months ago

Register and sign-in to keep track of your favourite places and the ones you already visited.

Harvey Nichols flagship department store is located in Knightsbridge and houses seven floors of exclusive brands of fashion, beauty products and food and wine.

History

The store was established in 1831 by Benjamin Harvey as a linen shop in a terraced house on the corner of Knightsbridge and Sloane Street. Over the years, the business expanded significantly. After Harvey died in 1850, his wife, Anne Harvey, collaborated with James Nichols to form Harvey Nichols & Co. The current red-brick building was completed in 1894.

Store

Harvey Nichols is mainly known for its fashion, beauty, food, and wine products. They have an extensive range of luxury fashion brands and designer collections for both men and women. The store frequently hosts fashion events and launches and has exclusive collections not readily available elsewhere.

Lower Ground Floor

The lower ground floor is dedicated to Men’s fashion, including jeans, shoes, accessories and suits.

Ground Floor

The ground floor is primarily dedicated to beauty products, perfumes and accessories. There are also sunglasses and designer accessories available. The beauty section has a great range of premium skincare, makeup and fragrance products, and they also have a beauty lounge that offers treatments in the store.

1.-3 Floor

The next three floors are dedicated to women’s fashion, from designer clothing to shoes on the first floor. The second floor has more designer collections, lingerie, and children’s clothing. The third floor is more casual, offering jeans, leisurewear and swimsuits.

4th Floor

The fourth floor offers spa treatments and other beauty and wellness services, such as manicures and pedicures.

5th Floor

Harvey Nichols also has a food market that offers a selection of luxury food and drink products. The same floor also houses several restaurants and bars with different types of food, from steaks to Mediterranean food.

Getting there

The Harvey Nichols flagship store is located right next to the Knightsbridge underground station (Piccadilly).

Nearby

Harrods is located on the other side of the tube station and is a good place to check out on the same trip. Hyde Park is a couple of minutes away if you want to get some fresh air after shopping. Belgravia starts from the same corner so it's easy to visit when leaving Harvey Nichols.

Nearest Stations

Knightsbridge - 2 min

Piccadilly London Underground Zone: 1

Hyde Park Corner - 7 min

Piccadilly London Underground Zone: 1

Sloane Square - 16 min

District Circle London Underground Zone: 1

Activities from Get Your Guide