SHOPPING, SEDUCTION & MR. SELFRIDGE
Harry Selfridge was a charismatic American who, brought his American dream to London's Oxford Street in 1909. He opened Selfridge's, England's first truly modern built for purpose department store--a magical emporium. However, the drama happened off the shop floor, where Mr. Selfridge navigated an extravagant life of mistresses, mansions and gambling.
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