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Exhibition Opening at Edel Assanti London

Nestled behind the bustling Oxford Street, Europe’s busiest shopping street is a small hidden-away gem of a gallery Edel Assanti that exhibits a very dynamic range of contemporary artists from around the world. 495 more words


Albert Fieldhouse

This posting has been contributed by Queen Street project volunteer, Susan Martin.


Albert Fieldhouse was born 1888 in Wolverhampton. He was registered as “Birt” and seems to have been called “Bert”. 235 more words

Men Who Served

Electrical Explosion in Oxford Street

From the day I arrived in U.K. I am constantly spending most of my time in Oxford Street for many reasons. Apart from the great stores the place is always filled with happiness and colorful lights, people from every ethnicity and the warmth of everyone being happy after or during a day out shopping in their favorite malls and the glam from all the famous trademarks and the amazing products makes Oxford Street a unique place to spend your day. 383 more words

Welcome to the Shopping Heaven

When you love fashion, you will need more clothes, when you need more clothes, shopping is the only way to get more clothes. This is how it works. 512 more words


The Crossrail Era Cometh

This title of this post comes from a comment on the Drapers Online web site.

It discusses the effect Crossrail is going to have on the shops in Oxford Street. 96 more words


Marble Arch, Oxford Street & the Tyburn Tree ~ 1:50 min read

Marble Arch, the Tyburn Tree and Oxford Street in London are all very close to each other. That wasn’t always the case though. Let’s get detailed here.. 360 more words


How to survive to the last summer days? A secret Garden Rooftop in London.

Enjoy what’s left of the summer sipping a cocktail on the terrace of the Jhon Lewis store converted to the name Gardening Society at 300 Oxford Street in London. 385 more words