Self Discoveries: 

five things you don’t want to miss at Selfridges this week

Welcome to Self Discoveries – a weekly round-up of our favourite happenings across Selfridges’ four stores. From renting your wardrobe with Hurr Collective at Selfridges Oxford Street, London, to visiting the new Pinko space at Selfridges Birmingham, here are the top five things not to miss at Selfridges this week.

Thanks, it’s rented: Hurr Collective at Selfridges London

Love clothes but concerned about the planet? Well, clothing rental platform Hurr Collective could be your answer. The new shopping collective, based in our Womens Contemporary Studio on 3 at Selfridges Oxford Street, London, is helping pave the way to a more sustainable future by allowing women to rent and lend their wardrobes with other fashion fiends. Exciting, right? To find out more, head in store to discover why renting is a more sustainable way to shop…  

New brand: Pinko at Selfridges Birmingham

Looking to spruce up your wardrobe? Then check out our brand-new, shiny Pinko space in Womens on 3 at Selfridges Birmingham. Discover the brand’s latest SS20 collection – complete with cowboy-themed fringed clothing and accessories, and rock’n’roll-esque glittering rhinestone dresses. Could we ask for more?

Family fun at Selfridges London, Birmingham and Manchester Trafford

Head to our extraordinary kids’ and toys departments until Sunday 23 February at Selfridges London, Birmingham and Manchester Trafford to take part in some family fun this half term. From having a go on our giant FAO Schwarz piano (remember the movie Big?) to taking a dive into a ball pit full of yellow (is there a happier colour?) smiley faces, we’ve got all the joy-inducing activities you could ever want. Plus, once you’ve worked up an appetite after all that fun, our restaurants have prepared special kids’ menus, especially for half term. See you there!

A laugh a minute at the Comedy Club at Selfridges London

As part of our latest creative campaign, Happy New Decade (and our mission to spread smiles across the land), something special is taking over The Cinema at Selfridges every other Thursday until 26 March. Get ready for aching sides and cheeks (no, it’s not a gym), it’s – drumroll please – our very own Happy New Decade Comedy Club! Hosted by the legendary Rich Wilson, take a look at who tickles your fancy and book quickly to guarantee a laugh a minute. Plus, 100 per cent of comedy club ticket proceeds will go to mental health charity Shout, the UK's first 24/7 crisis messaging service that offers help and support to those suffering from depression and mental health issues. 

Denim heroes: True Religion at Selfridges London

Looking for denim that’s stylish and sustainable? You’re in the right place. True Religion has collaborated with conceptual artist Jaffa Saba to create a very special limited-edition collection. The artist is known for his artfully reworked denim with unexpected constructions, and his collection of upcycled True Religion denim (comprising factory defects and overstock from previous collections) includes some to-dye-for (forgive the pun) jackets, jeans, bucket hats… Bring it on!