Oxford Street is home to the biggest and best Christmas shops in London. With Christmas trees, Christmas decorations, festive exclusives, unique Christmas presents and seasonal services. Our Christmas shops are temporarily closed following government guidelines and will be due to reopen in December.
When the stores reopen, a visit to our Christmas shops promises to be filled with wonder. It’s the perfect one-stop shop for you to find everything you need to make Christmas extra special this year. As well as a great opportunity to soak up some Christmas joy after weeks in lockdown.
Read more about what’s in store.
For 2020, Selfridges has made its Christmas shop the most sustainable ever. In line with its Project Earth initiative, half of all the products in its Christmas range have one or more sustainable attributes. Making it easier than ever this year to shop green.
We’re talking forest-friendly, plastic-free, recyclable materials, pre-loved decorations, FSC certified Christmas cards, and wrapping paper. Everything in the store is clearly labeled so you can easily see which products are sustainable focused and shop Christmas whilst still being kind to the planet. An Oxford Street favourite is Selfridges’ own brand cracker collection that comes with a guide on how to reuse them, upcycling the crackers for future arts and crafts projects.
Also new for 2020 is Selfridges’ Thie workshop, a Santa-style workshop where you can indulge in personalisation services exclusively on Oxford Street. From personalised decorations, gifting sacks, stockings, crackers, and more.
The Christmas shop at John Lewis is the place to get inspired for your Christmas decorating and shopping. With its Christmas floor designed into themes, find your favourite style or go crazy and mix and match themes to dress your home with extra special decorations and delights. With everything from Christmas trees, decorations, for both in and outdoor, festive ornaments, and homeware, you’re spoilt for choice.
The 7 themes for this year are inspired by key art movements. They are Bloomsbury, Art of Japan, Renaissance, Impressionism, Art Nouveau, Post Impressionism, and Pop Art.
Special for 2020, John Lewis has created an online virtual tour of its Christmas shop so you can browse before you visit. Making it easier for you to write your list (and hopefully, stick to it) in advance. For those you can’t visit Oxford Street this year and whilst we are in lockdown, you can still get the Christmas John Lewis experience from the comfort of your own home. Experience John Lewis’ Christmas virtual tour.
Treat yo’self at Lush’s winter market, a Christmas shop for the skincare and beauty lovers. Lush has transformed it’s first floor into an emporium of all the best Christmas gifts. With presents for any budget and for pretty much every person. Whether that’s your bestie who suffers from dry skin to your sister that is looking for a new scent or your mum who is bath bomb lover.
New for Christmas 2020, is Lush’s Virtual Christmas party! Yes, that’s right Lush is here to ensure you and your team don’t miss out on what is normally the party of the year. Lush will host a remote group self-care session led by its expert Spa therapists helping you bring pamper back into the festive season no matter whether you’re near or far from your colleagues. If this sounds right up your street, you could even arrange a Lush Christmas party with your pals. With prices starting from £7 per person, it’s quite simply not to be missed.
Lush is also offering free and bespoke gift consultations to help you nail your Christmas shopping with their team equipped to ensure you could find the perfect gift for even the trickiest of people. They are also running a local delivery service and Lush collect services making your shopping experience as seamless as possible.
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