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Super Sharp Reloaded: RETURN II JUNGLE at Selfridges until Thursday 6 September 2018

Saul Milton and Tory Turk present Super Sharp Reloaded, the second instalment of RETURN II JUNGLE. 🔊🔊🔊

Held at Selfridges on the 3rd floor in the Designer Studio, the latest instalment comprises of a static installation inspired by British music and fashion of the golden years of Jungle music from the mid-late 90’s.

Initiated by Saul Milton’s extensive Moschino Collection – the unique display will explore the way in which the Jungle era played host to the appropriation of Italian high fashion labels.

Drawing on Jungle music whilst also transporting it into the present day, and re-vamping the genre for the modern-day music fan, the installation will be accompanied by a specially curated soundtrack by Saul featuring audio quotes from jungle artists such as Navigator, Uncle Dugs and renowned writer Brian Belle-Fortune.

There will also be a specially created film by Tom Archer, featuring rare footage by Garry Clarke from his archive of junglists and ravers at popular club nights such as One Nation and at venues like Sanctuary.


Selfridges, Designer Studio, Floor 3, 400 Oxford Street, London W1A 1AB

Monday 9.30 – 22.00
Tuesday 9.30 – 22.00
Wednesday 9.30 – 22.00
Thursday 9.30 – 22.00
Friday 9.30 – 22.00
Saturday 9.30 – 22.00
Sunday 11.30 – 18.00

Free entry

HTC ONE Skatepark @ The Old Selfridges Hotel / until 19th April 2014

HTC ONE Skatepark at The Old Selfridges HotelTIME AND PLACE:

Mon-Fri 12:00-21:00
Sat 10:00-21:00 (lessons 10:00-12:00)
Sun 12:00-18:00 (lessons 12:00-14:00)

@ The Old Selfridges Hotel, London W1A 1AB

Free entry


For four weeks, HTC are hosting a public pop-up skatepark next to Selfridges on Oxford Street. It’s the UK’s largest indoor free skatepark and everyone from newbies to experienced skaters have the chance to skate.

Free lessons are available including equipment. To book a lesson visit Selfridges’ website.

The park features two distinctive areas, the first replicating London’s famous skating spots, including the Big Ben Gap and Moorgate Handrail. The second area is a nod towards a Selfridges’ shop floor, with obstacles inspired by shoeboxes, magazines and baseball caps.

Festival of Imagination @ Selfridges / from Monday 17th January

Festival of Imagination at SelfridgesTIME AND PLACE:

Doors: various

@ Selfridges & Co, 400 Oxford Street, London W1A 1AB

Most events are free


One of the best department stores in London, Selfridges, has put together events to celebrate creativity, future-gazing, concepts and innovative products.

There’s also a competition. Selfridges are looking for ideas that will change the future of retail and promises a big prize, enter here.

Last minute Christmas shopping @ Oxford Street and Regent Street / Tuesday 24th December 2013

Oxford Street logoTIME AND PLACE:

Open: check each shop for their opening times

@ Oxford Street and Regent Street, London


If you haven’t bought all your Christmas presents already there’re loads of great deals to be had at the world’s most famous shopping streets.

Some sales have already started and it may surprise you how few people actually are still shopping.

Our top five favourite shopping destinations are:

1. www.selfridges.com (for fashion)
2. www.topshop.com (for fashion and accessories)
3. www.pandora.net (for affordable bling)
4. www.stories.com (for womenswear)
5. www.liberty.co.uk (for luxury)

Selfridges Film Project @ Selfridges Hotel / Saturday 24th March 2012


Doors: Noon-8pm Mon-Sat; noon-6pm Sun

@ Selfridges Hotel, Orchard St, London, W1S 0JS

Entry: £FREE

March 15th – March 25th

To mark the launch of Selfridges’ new Women’s Designer Galleries, the store has invited designers including A.F. Vandervorst, Comme des Garçons, Dries Van Noten and Gareth Pugh to each create a three-minute film inspired by captivating and inspiring women. The content of the one-off films is under wraps until they’re showcased at Old Selfridges Hotel.

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Words Words Words & It’s Nice That @ Selfridges / Until 1st March 2012


Doors: 9.30am – 8pm

@ Selfridges London
400 Oxford Street
London, W1A 1AB
Tube: Bond Street

Entry: £FREE


For seven weeks, It’s Nice That has been given creative freedom on their current show at Selfridges. To coincide with Selfridges’ Words Words Words season – a unique, multi-stranded initiative that promotes slow communication and celebrates the inspirational and creative power of words and literature – It’s Nice That have art-directed four special three-dimensional extravaganzas.

The UltraLounge on the Lower Ground floor of Selfridges London will be transformed into a library and become the epicentre of the Words Words Words theme. The library will provide a unique interactive space to become fully immersed in the topic, including fascinating classes and lectures from The Idler Academy and It’s Nice That, hand writing analysis sessions, story telling workshops and Penguin Book Club.

Check out the schedule of exciting events – HERE.

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Last minute Xmas shopping @ Oxford Street / Saturday 24th December 2011


Open: From 9:00 – 18:00 (check the opening times)

@ Oxford Street, London

Transport: Oxford Circus, Bond Street, Marble Arch


Don’t despair. If you haven’t bought all those Xmas presents already there are loads of great deals to be had in the world’s most famous shopping street. Some sales have already started and it may surprise you how few people actually are still shopping.

Some of our favourite shopping destinations include:

www.selfridges.com (for everything including clothes and electronics)
www.johnlewis.com (for a great Xmas shop)
www.lazyoaf.co.uk (for quirky little gifts)
www.swarovski-crystallized.com (for affordable and exclusive bling)
www.hamleys.com (for toys)
www.liberty.co.uk (for luxury)
www.cosstores.com (for smart and trendy clothes)
www.hm.com (for affordable fashion)
www.topshop.com (for trendy fashion)

We serve fresh events daily. Happy Xmas

The Museum Of Everything: Exhibition #4 @ Selfridges / Until 25th October 2011


Monday to Saturday: 9.30am – 8.00pm
Sunday: 11.30am – 6.00pm

@ Selfridges & Co
400 Oxford Street
London, W1U 1AT

Entry: £Free


From 2 September to 25 October Britain’s most talked about contemporary art project takes over Selfridges London with its fourth and most ambitious project yet.

Exhibition #4 celebrates not only the artists and their work, but the important collaborative role played by the studios where they work. Museum of Everything has selected some of the best studios around the world from Germany, Belgium and Scandinavia to Japan and North America.

The museum will also launch The Workshops of Everything, an initiative to create studios for artists with disabilities across Britain. Other events include talks, screenings and an Intelligence Squared debate with leading museum directors, cultural thinkers and artists.

The show is located in the heart of London, occupying 15,000 square feet in the Selfridges building.

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Summer Sale @ Selfridges / Saturday 25th June 2011


Opening times:Mon – Fri 09.30 – 22.00,

Sat 09.30 – 21.00, Sun 11.30 – 18.15


400 Oxford Street, London, W1A 1AB

Entry: Free


The summer sales have officially begun. Grab discounts of up to 70 per cent off throughout the rest of the store. Crowdaphobics should stick strictly to the online version.

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Nike Sportswear presents Live for the Game @ Ultralounge, Selfridges / Friday 17th June 2011


Door: 9.30am – 10pm
(Friday 17th June – Sunday 3rd July)

@ Selfridges & Co
400 Oxford Street

Entry: Free

As the summer of tennis approaches, Nike Sportswear and Selfridges are serving up a fresh and stylish alternative to queuing from the early hours for a small space on a crowded hill.

In the Ultralounge at Selfridges, located on the London store’s lower-ground floor, fans hungry for something different will find an immersive and stimulating tennis experience. The arena pays homage to tennis culture adding a modern Nike twist, fusing sporting innovation with quintessential British style. Exhibited throughout are iconic on and off court moments, recounting Nike’s unique impact on the game.

An array of High-Definition screens will be mounted together in the main auditorium, forming a 360-degree viewing platform that is sociable and inclusive for the crowds keen to soak up the excitement as the tournament unfolds.

For the style-savvy fan, there is also a mix of sartorial offerings in the space, all of which will add a fresh layer of choice to any wardrobe.

So if you’re a tennis fan and looking to watch the qualifying matches tomorrow, where better to do so?

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