Final Call for Boarding
Paul Smith suit and tie, Eton Shirt from Harrods.
Reiss suit and shirt, Paul Smith tie and briefcase, Ermenegildo Zegna suitcase, Magnanni shoes from Kurt Geiger.
Left to Right: Paul Smith summer hat and briefcase, Ermenegildo Zegna suitcase from Harrods, Ralph Lauren backpack from Harrods, Ted Baker Umbrella, Reiss suit, Reiss leather jacket and shirt, Ted Baker jeans (2 pairs), Reiss shirt, Magnanni shoes from Kurt Geigerm, Tod’s trainers from Harrods, Barker shoes from Kurt Geiger.
Reiss leather jacket, Reiss suit and tie, Barker shoes from Kurt Geiger, Ermenegildo Zegna suitcase.
Shopping and travelling, two of my favourite activities under one roof!
Purchasing that must-have watch, or the latest designer bag during waiting time at airport terminals has always been part of the travelling experience. Duty-free products, from top end luxury to high street affordable are at your footstep transforming the airport environment into a shopping centre, for all those who are on the go.
But have you ever wanted to visit a store, to experience that product that you’ve been eyeing lately but always fly out from a different terminal? Heathrow with its new Personal Shopping Service has brought the solution! You can now enjoy Personal Shopping at Heathrow in the comfort of a beautiful private lounge. All you have to do is book through their website 48hours before departure time and you are ready to go! As part of this innovative service, items can be reserved in advance, and the team will transfer you to other terminals for shopping. With is amazing range of brands, from the best luxury stores and British designers to high street favourites, beauty and gifting, Heathrow is more than an airport.