London Grace is the definition of perfection. A nail bar, café and bar, it’s the place to go when you’re in the mood for a good looking set of nails along and a catch up with friends over a glass of wine or a cappuccino. From the moment you enter, you can feel yourself relaxing, knowing you’re in the capable hands of experts who work with quality products to produce the perfect finish. From the biodegradable straws in their cocktails to the formaldehyde-free nail lacquers, every detail of your experience is carefully considered.
Tell us a brief history of your brand – how it all began, what you do and your plans for the future.
Our Founder, Kirsten Hazell opened the first London Grace store in 2015.Since then, we’ve grown to become London’s leading nail care brand with ten stores across the city. Kirsten wanted to transform nail care from feeling like a ‘chore,’ into a fun, social experience so she created a nail bar, coffee shop and cocktail bar concept with late night opening hours. We are a conscious beauty brand with our own collection of vegan and ‘no-nasties’ nail care products and we’re proud to offer dry treatments, which save thousands of litres of water per week.
How long have you been based in Belgravia?
We opened here in July 2018
What is your favourite memory/anecdote in/about Belgravia?
Our favourite memory is being part of the Evening Standard pop-up event in 2019. There was such a great atmosphere and it was wonderful to see so many businesses and members of the local community having a fantastic evening together.
Talk us through your ideal day in Belgravia, where would you visit, eat, drink, shop, workout, relax?
We love to visit Eccleston yards for a workout at Barry’s or go for drinks at The Jones Family Kitchen. Sicily also does amazing pizza!
Where is your favourite spot in Belgravia?
Les Senteurs (London’s oldest independent perfumery) is such a unique shopping experience and the team there are so knowledgeable.
What is your commute to Belgravia (whether it’s a walk down stairs, a cycle through Eaton Square or a journey on the Victoria line!)?
We love cycling to work as there’s a great cycling path to Belgravia.
What is it that makes Belgravia so unique?
Elizabeth Street – it’s one of the most beautiful streets in London and home to so many lovely, independent boutique stores and restaurants.