Debenhams celebrate 200th birthday with unique collection
Debenhams celebrate 200th birthday with unique limited edition collections from Matthew Williamson, Henry Holland, Jenny Packham, Julien Macdonald and John Rocha.
Debenhams first opened in Wigmore Street in London in 1813 and now has 240 stores across 28 countries. The store has 32 internationally renowned designers, including Betty Jackson, Ben de Lisi, Jeff Banks, Jasper Conran, FrostFrench, Jonathan Kelsey, Jane Packer, Pearce Fionda, Stephen Jones, Preen, Janet Reger, Jonathan Saunders and Marios Schwab.
The limited edition 200-year collection comprises of coats, glamorous dresses and leather accessories from some of best-loved designers. Some of the designs can be seen here in the designers' preliminary sketches.
The designs are now available online. The birthday comes as the department store prepares to re-launch its flagship Oxford Street store later this year after a multi-million pound refurbishment.