DEBENHAMS (OXFORD STREET)
This store has recently been treated to a £25m makeover; it stocks affordable ranges from a number of British designers, including Jasper Conran and H! by Henry Holland. It has seven floors including a fabulous beauty hall.
FENWICK OF BOND STREET
On one of London’s famous streets – this store has five floors of luxury retail, from designer clothing, home wares, bags, shoes, fashion, jewellery and much more. The cosmetic department is an oasis of gorgeous exclusive products and their Carluccio’s cafe is the ideal place to relax after your shop.
FORTNUM & MASON
This store is the official grocer to the Queen; it has four fantastic restaurants and sells the most indulgent foodstuffs. If you want specialist teas or exquisite hampers, this is the place to go.
The famous Harrods has seven floors and 330 departments dedicated to the finest products in food, fashion, homeware, technology and more, plus 20 restaurants and specialist services. At night, the store is illuminated by 11,500 light bulbs.
An impressive range of designers from around the world and suppliers for the elite clientele. Beautiful clothes, accessories, cosmetics, food and shoes. D&G, Space NK, Burberry and Jimmy Choo are just a few of the high-end labels you can find here.
HOUSE OF FRASER
One of the best-known names on Oxford Street, renowned for its designer brands and exclusive collections – it’s the place to go for a little bit of luxury, whatever your budget. Do not miss the Tea Terrace.
This large branch on Oxford Street, stocks nearly half a million products from buttons to beds and cushions to cufflinks. It has seven floors of fashion, beauty and technology products, as well as a new interactive home section and three restaurants.
This is indeed a shopper’s paradise – a traditional store boasting fine designs and a spectacular beauty hall. It sells lots of Designers including Vivienne Westwood, Chloé and Tod’s, plus there’s an excellent haberdashery.
MARKS & SPENCER
You just cannot go wrong with M&S! There is always an impressive range of affordable buys. Lingerie and clothing are joined by flowers, furniture and fabrics. There’s also the M&S Cafe and of course the mouth-watering aisles of the food hall.
Whatever you’re after – bags, shoes, cosmetics, soft furnishings, books, a speciality food hall or cafes – you’ll find it in Selfridges, London’s most amazing one-stop department store! There’s a budget-busting designer clothing section and The Wonder Room, which houses some of the world’s most desirable brands.