Selfridges is one of the world's finest department stores and dominates the west end of Oxford Street. The shop has six floors offering 10 acres of shopping space, 11 places to eat, two exhibition halls and countless services. From high fashion to hi-fi, wardrobe co-ordination to wedding lists, it's every shop you'll ever need.
Luxury lovers should visit the ground floor Wonder Room, a 19,000 square feet haven of high-end brands that range from jewellery to sunglasses.
The store is also home to the world's biggest-ever denim department, with nothing but jeans covering a whopping 25,000 square feet. Housing more than 11,000 pairs of jeans, shoppers can choose from over 60 brands, from Primark to Christopher Kane. Personal shoppers and product specialists can help you find that perfect pair of jeans, while an interactive area has lookbooks and fit guides.
Venue Details & Map
Selfridges & Co
400 Oxford StreetLondonW1H 6HB
- 0800 123400
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Top 5 reviews of Selfridges & Co
Selfridges is an enormous department store that reminds me of a Bloomingdale's flagship store on steroids - there are so many lights, high ceilings, and an expansive food court which I didn't explore.
Trendy, expensive, fun mall to window shop at. more
I loveeeee Selfridges!!!!
THE place for trendy fashion designer names. Of course, prices come along!
Nice roooftop restaurant with a terrace.
The also have a nice food and wine section. You can sit and eat there too. more
Selfridges is located on Oxford St and Bond St in Marylebone, London. It's luxury and huge department store and pretty similar to our Holt Renfrew at Canada.
As tourist, I would love to check it out even though the exchange is not favourable to us. They had lots of lovely things in the designer collections and well-stocked.
However, the price quite steep after exchange. If pound and C$... more
For any fans of the PBS show Selfridge this is a must-see stop. Founded by Chicago businessmen Harry Selfridge, at the turn of the century he changed British retail. Although he and his store fell on hard times it is now owned and operated by a Canadian firm. It is a landmark on Oxford Street and deserves a look by visitors from anywhere.Less snooty than Harrod's but just as interesting.... more
What a treat - whether you intend to shop or not. The entire 4 floors are filled with designer eye candy that you can admire, touch, try on, buy. No pressure of boutique shopping, no stares. I personally live in the country and have no reason or place to ever wear the latest fashions (exept for maybe some cute wellies for my sake alone). But I appreciate and admire haute couture. I came here... more