Selfridges is an upscale department store in London, United Kingdom. Harry Gordon Selfridge, an American businessman, created it in 1908. One of the most well-known and recognisable department stores in the world, Selfridges is renowned for its opulent shopping experience and high-end clothes selection. American architect Daniel Burnham, who is renowned for his designs for department stores, created the structure.
Oxford Street, London's primary shopping district, is where Selfridges is situated. The shop is housed in a large, ominous structure with striking architecture and recognisable window displays.
The store is divided internally into a variety of sections, each of which provides a distinctive shopping experience. The fashion sections of the store, which provide a variety of designer apparel and accessories from some of the most well-known brands in the world, are among the most popular areas.
Selfridges offers a wide range of gourmet food items, home goods, and beauty products in addition to clothing. The store's on-site cafes and restaurants let customers unwind while consuming food or beverages.