Department store Selfridges is teaming up with William Vintage to host a four-weekpop-up shop in its Oxford Street store, offering its shoppers access to vintage designs by Givenchy, Christian Dior and Madame Gres.
The space will reside on the second floor among luxury labels such as Chanel and Lanvin, as well as the department stores contemporary collections and will feature a collection of vintage pieces spanning over 100 years. Notable pieces for sale include a Lanvin couture dress from 1955, a Balenciaga three-piece suit from 1954 and an Oscar de la Renta mini dress from 1968.
"I am delighted that William Vintage is available in the legendary Selfridges department store and so proud to see our rare vintage discoveries alongside some of the greatest contemporary collections," said founder and curator William Banks-Blaney.
The pop-up opens June 18 and will run for four weeks.