John Lewis gets a £10million FASH-OVER!

20 August 2010

Philip Treacy headgear

John Lewis – the department store famous for its haberdashery (epecially its huge array of buttons) department and lovely upholstery floor, is getting a HUMUNGOUS fash-over. The original John Lewis store on Oxford St in London has spent a whopping £10million on refurbishing the first floor and, to go with the new fixtures and fittings – they’ve called in the designers!

 

Terry de Havilland shoes

A selection of brilliant British designers, from womenswear names like Osman Yousefzada and William Tempest, to milliner to the stars Philip Treacy, platform shoe God Terry de Havilland and jeweller Alex Monroe, who have all created limited edition one-off exclusive designs to be sold out of Oxford Street alone.

 

Osman Yousefzada

One thing we’ve always love about John Lewis is kindly faces and good customer service and now we can get our high fashion fix without having to cross the threshold of a scary boutique. We can’t wait to see what it looks like inside, (although that won’t be until September 16th) to have a look inside!

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