By  on June 8, 2018

LONDON — One of London’s swankiest retail neighborhoods has been born again, with a Chanel store on the way and a mix of small designer and contemporary labels aimed at the affluent, international locals — in particular the French, Italians and Americans — who live in the multimillion-dollar houses nearby.

A short walk from the South Kensington Underground Station, Brompton Cross lies at the intersection of the Brompton Road, Pelham Street, Sloane and Draycott Avenues, not far from the Victoria & Albert and Natural History Museums. The Lycée, the famous primary and secondary school owned by the French government, is a few steps away.

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