The history of the St James multi-brand boutique began on Bolshaya Dmitrovka in 2004. Four years later, it moved to the Vremena Goda Galleries on Kutuzovsky Prospekt, however, the positioning, as well as the mission, has always remained unchanged.
St James shopping space is organized to please true connoisseurs and aesthetes to make them feel confident in what they are wearing. The world's luxury brands of menswear, footwear, and accessories are collected here, to illustrate, Belvest, Portolano, Luigi Borrelli, Vilebrequin, Scissor Scriptor, Rota, Andrea Ventura, and others.
At St James, you can buy elegant boots from the oldest John Lobb manufactory. This English brand, founded more than 150 years ago, produces shoes that became a choice of the royal family.
St James own clothing line is worth mentioning. Each collection involves Italian and French fabrics from Loro Piana, Cerruti, and Dormeuil. These high price segment costume materials are made of natural fibers: cashmere, wool and silk. Limited lines come up with a wide range of men's clothing: from business suits, pants of perfect cut and length, basic shirts to down jackets and coats.
Eternal and always topical classics having always stayed outside the time period and fashion trends is the theme running through most of St James' collections. The brand's designers give priority to handicrafts, appreciated by the admirers of St James signature style.
Philosophy and concept
The product range is always balancing between strict classics and informal casual spirit. St James is the place where you can collect a proper wardrobe just within one visit.
The boutique remains committed to its values – emphasis on detail, reverence, preciseness and accuracy in everything: from organizing shopping space to communicating with customers. St James consultants will help you make a decision about the size and create a look for any occasion, from meeting with friends to a business lunch.
St James has a variety of outerwear for any weather, from light Massimo Sforza trench coats to Woolrich jackets for harsh cold weather.