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Stuarts London

Established as a tailoring outfit in the mid 60s making made to measure trousers and suits. Later moving into the late 70s & early 80s Stuarts London started as a small fashion boutique supplying some of the most well known brands around such as Lyle and Scott, Pringle, Lacoste, Fila, Sergio Tachini and others of this caliber. Stuarts became the ultimate destination for fashion led Lads, travelling from all areas of England. As QPR football team was in premier league, The Lads would use the match days as an excuse for a shopping trip to Stuarts, coaches would park outside, to catch all the latest sought after brands. It is well known that on match days Stuarts would be mobbed with customers. Some-days a queue would even stretch outside the shop.

Stuarts London
35-37 Uxbridge Road
Shepherds Bush
Aberdeenshire
W12 8LH
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Established as a tailoring outfit in the mid 60s making made to measure trousers and suits. Later moving into the late 70s & early 80s Stuarts London started as a small fashion boutique supplying some of the most well known brands around such as Lyle and Scott, Pringle, Lacoste, Fila, Sergio Tachini and others of this caliber. Stuarts became the ultimate destination for fashion led Lads, travelling from all areas of England. As QPR football team was in premier league, The Lads would use the match days as an excuse for a shopping trip to Stuarts, coaches would park outside, to catch all the latest sought after brands. It is well known that on match days Stuarts would be mobbed with customers. Some-days a queue would even stretch outside the shop.

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