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Excellence without compromise. True craftsmanship, direct connections, no middlemen.

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What is Archibald?

Archibald London is a unique platform that makes the finest, most beautifully crafted products available directly to you without the excessive mark-ups of conventional luxury retailers.

We do this by searching for and establishing personal relationships with the world’s most talented craftsmen. These people use knowledge and skills that have been passed down through generations to work without compromise and create something truly exceptional, which you will cherish for years to come.

With an eye on contemporary design, we work to preserve their time-honoured crafts and take you back to a slower, more intimate time when people knew who made their shoes, baked their bread and tailored their suits. Archibald is a new breed with old and trusted beginnings.

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Our Philosophy
For our rebellious idea to achieve its full potential, we need to stick to our guns. Our founding philosophy ensures that every member of the Archibald community, from our team and the craftsmen, right through to you, the customer, shares the same beliefs and plays their part in making our vision a reality.
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Our Model

The Other Benefit

We believe that the best craftsmanship need not mean an inaccessible price tag. Unlike traditional luxury brands, our idea of 'directly to you' means fairer markups without having to make any compromise on quality.
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A $3000 Men's Scarf for $575? A New Kind of Bargain

For The Wall Street Journal.

"TALK OF MARKUPS and wholesale margins isn't sexy. But direct-to-consumer brands like Warby Parker(eyewear) and Everlane (fashion basics), which eliminate both, have let men without a kingly budget score uncompromised style. Long story short: They sell well-made merchandise for less than you'd normally pay."(...)

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