Barbara the Dressmaker

Specialist for Made to Measure and Alterations

58 Davies Street, London, W1K 5LP Phone: 020 7629 3662

About Barbara the Dressmaker

Our dressmaker studio was established near Bond Street Station in the West End of London, by Barbara F Pellumbi, in 2004 and our clients, who range in age from under 10 to over 80, include members of Royal families, politicians, actresses, designers, lawyers, models, Queens Counsel members, shop and office staff, and several well known celebrities and their partners. Our work has been shown in several magazines, newspapers, on TV and the internet, usually when celebrities wear our made to measure garments, or something we have altered, for a red carpet event.

Opening Times

We are normally open from around 10.00 a.m. until about 6.00 p.m. from Monday to Friday, but we may be able to see you outside these times if you phone 020 7629 3662 and make an appointment because depending on demand, we are occasionally open earlier or later and on some Saturdays too.

Visiting us

Many of our clients live or work in Mayfair, Westminster, Kensington, Knightsbridge, Maida Vale or in the City but we are ideally situated for anyone visiting or shopping in the West End of London, being just a few minutes from Selfridges, Debenhams and the other Oxford Street stores. South Molton Street and Bond Street are nearby. If you are staying in the area we are very close to Claridges and convenient for Browns, The Dorchester and most of the other West End hotels. Our studio is at 58 Davies Street, London W1K 5LP, on the 4th Floor above Grays Antiques. There is a lift in the building, as well as stairs. You are welcome to pop-in, but it's best to phone ahead first to make sure someone will be available to see you.

If you come by tube, Bond Street Station (Central and Jubilee lines) is just one minute away. Leave by the Davies Street exit of Bond Street tube station which is in the West One Shopping Centre and head right, towards Grays Antiques. The entrance for our studio, is a little further along Davies Street, up the steps just past

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