Tracey Neuls London Boutiques

February 29, 2020

Tracey Neuls London Boutiques


Coal Drops Yard blends the old with the new, this retail development in Kings Cross is home to over 50 shops, restaurants and cafés, bringing together a community of like-minded brands in a re-imagined set of historic buildings and arches directly adjacent to Granary Square and Regent’s Canal. Thomas Heatherwick designed the amazing roof that is the signature to the yard. It's a carefully curated mix of stores including Tracey Neuls, the destination includes beauty, sport, technology, designer fashion, restaurants, coffee roasters and more. 

Ui drink in Coal Drops Yard

Ui (Pronounced 'Oooy')
For the most unique cheers in town, join us at our Coal Drops Yard Boutique. We are the exclusive London stockists of new drink Ui. Similar to Sake but actually Sakura, Ui's taste is like a flower in full bloom - It really is! A drink of two parts, the blossom essence is mixed with a fresh-tasting floral alcohol, crafted in Japan using the traditional techniques of rice fermentation and flower yeast, mixed with fizzy water or straight up on ice.

Shoes & Sakura
Tracey Neuls Coal Drops Yard
Served daily from 6pm

It's hard to describe how beautiful and original the taste is.
See you soon for a cheers!


Boutique Hours
Monday to Saturday 10am – 7pm
Sunday 12pm – 6pm

Closest Underground
King's Cross (Northern, Victoria, Hammersmith & City, District, Piccadilly and mainline services) is an 8 minute walk 

Tracey Neuls Coal Drops Yard


Tracey Neuls Marylebone is the Tracey Neuls flagship and opened in 2005. "This shop is like walking straight into the artist’s imagination" - Mary Portas

Individual, unique footwear and accessories for women and men, designed by a London designer with international presence. Tracey Neuls has been creating original footwear of quality for the past 20 years. Her Marylebone boutique is a space for presentation, fantasy and experimentation - this is not your average shoe shop. As such, Tracey Neuls has become known as ’the designer’s designer’ and voted top ten creatives living in London (TimeOut Magazine) 

At number 29 Marylebone Lane, Tracey Neuls displays her latest collection with signature style, shoes hanging from the ceiling on different coloured ribbons. 


Boutique Hours
Monday to Friday 11am – 6:30pm
Saturday 11am – 6.30pm
Sunday 12pm - 5pm

Closest Underground
Bond Street (Jubilee or Central Line) is a 5 minute walk
Oxford Street (Central or Victoria Line) is an 11 minute walk
Baker Street (Jubilee or Bakerloo Line) is a 12 minute walk

Tracey Neuls Marylebone



Our Shoreditch Boutique is now a SALE SHOP. Dedicated to serving up our timeless stock, last pairs and original samples full time. Did you want your shoes laced, slipped on, shaken or stirred? 

Crossing boundaries and merging our world of activities - the idea to create a "Shoe Bar" theme for Redchurch Street's Sale Shop has become a joyous experience! Serving a selection of archive styles, mixed with sample prototypes, last pairs...mocktails and Martinis.


Boutique Hours
Monday to Sunday
11am – 6pm

Tracey Neuls Shoe bar Shoreditch Sale Shop

Tracey Neuls Shoe Bar Sale Shop Shoreditch

 Tracey Neuls Shoe Bar | Sale Shop in Shoreditch

Tracey Neuls Shoe Bar | Sale Shop in ShoreditchTracey Neuls Shoe Bar Sale Shop Shoreditch

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