An Inimitable History

Named after the legendary P.G. Wodehouse character and quintessential "gentleman's personal gentleman", Jeeves was founded in 1969 as a boutique dry cleaners focused on high-quality clothes and fabric care and discreet and attentive service.

Located near Buckingham Palace, the original Jeeves of Belgravia dedicated itself to the valeting requirements of Westminster's well-to-do. Responding to the needs of a growing clientele, Jeeves soon expanded their range of services to include curtain cleaning, suede and leather cleaning, shoe and hand bag reparations and more.

Today Jeeves operates nine shops in London as well as shops in other key capital cities around the world. Jeeves caters to the "beau monde", top tier professionals, and bespoke-service-seeking individuals, including HRH The Prince of Wales.

Jeeves has closely aligned itself with many of the world's finest haute-couture houses and is, for many, their recommended cleaner.

In 1971, Jeeves commissioned a 7-foot, three-dimensional representation of its trademark in bronze, which it won permission to place in front of its Pont Street Belgravia premises. The statue has since become a London landmark and is featured in most guidebooks.

An Inimitable History