"out of place on Bond Street"

Luxury shopping on Old and New Bond Street
GNU Free Documentation LicenseLuxury shopping on Old and New Bond Street - Credit: Surgeonsmate
 Bond Street is a road in Mayfair, running between Oxford Street and Piccadilly, and one of the most famous streets in London. Developed in the 17th century, it was named for Sir Thomas Bond who bought and renovated the area surrounding it.

At first known for its art and antiques dealers, Bond Street has developed into the home of luxury fashion and jewellery boutiques and is one of the most expensive strips of property in the world. The street is divided into two nominal sections – Old Bond Street in the south and New Bond Street in the north – and features on a Monopoly board as one of the expensive green properties.