To celebrate 150 years since John Lewis first began as a humble draper's shop on London's Oxford Street, the iconic department store has unveiled an interactive exhibition named ‘Stories of a Shopkeeper’ in its flagship branch. Taking customers back to the cobbled streets of Victorian London, when the store first opened its doors, the exhibition showcases artefacts, documents and photographs from the John Lewis archive. The flagship will also open its roof to London, with a unique roof garden designed by Royal Horticultural Society National Young Designer of the Year, Tony Woods. It offers customers one of the very best views of London this summer.
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