No4. CLIFFORD STREET

Our New Home is Now Open

No.4 Clifford Street, the new home of Connolly, is an elegant Georgian building - one of the oldest in London’s Mayfair. The house dating from 1719 and originally conceived by the architect John Witt has been meticulously restored. This beautiful building and its architectural history has been reimagined by Gilles and Boissier, the Paris based architects and designers into a contemporary retail space and showroom set over three floors, for the Connolly collection of clothes and leather goods. Encased in elegant wood paneling, and bespoke furniture and fixtures hand crafted in fumed oak and hornbeam cabinets. 

Customers feel completely at home in this warm and welcoming environment that evokes the past and sets the scene for the present story of Connolly. 

Store Contact Details

4 Clifford Street
London, W1S 2LG

[email protected]
+44 (0)20 7952 6708

Opening Hours

Monday: 11am – 6pm
Tuesday: 10am – 6pm
Wednesday: 10am – 6pm
Thursday: 10am – 7pm
Friday: 10am – 6pm
Saturday: 11am – 5pm
Sunday: Closed

 

CURRENT EXHIBITION

CHRIS KILLIP

photographic exhibition at Connolly

We are delighted to display a selection of Chris Killip's works in our new store and thrilled to extend the show until March.

Chris Killip is an acclaimed photographer from the Isle of Man. His work is greatly inspired by his homeland and the North East of England, where he lived and worked for over ten years. His connection with Connolly goes back to the early 1990s when he photographed the Connolly leather factory in Wimbledon.

Killip is the recipient of numerous awards, including the Henri Cartier-Bresson Award which he received in 1989. His work is featured in the permanent collections of major institutions such as the Museum of Modern Art in New York, the Victoria and Albert Museum and he has an exhibition opening at the J. Paul Getty Museum in Los Angeles in May 2017.

For more information please visit chriskillip.com and ericfranck.com

Seacoal Beach, Lynemouth, Northumberland, UK, 1983
Chris Killip. Courtesy Eric Franck Fine Art.