A list of the shops and stores on Oxford Street in central London, UK. The street is approximately one and a half miles long and is home to around 131 shops.
The major stores on Oxford Street are: John Lewis, Marks & Spencer, Primark and Selfridges. In recent years, Oxford Street is facing competition from Westfield London and Westfield Stratford shopping centres.
Please note: This list of shops is correct at time of publication, but shops and their hours do change, so please check with individual stores before travelling.
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Belong Gaming Arena
Carphone Warehouse (in Curry’s PC World)
Claire’s Accessories – 108 Oxford Street, London, W1D 1LR
Crest of London
Curry’s PC World – 94 Oxford Street, London, W1D 1BZ
Duck & Dry
Hawes & Curtis
Holland & Barrett
House of Fraser (the shop will close in January 2022).
IKEA. Due to open in 2023 at 214 Oxford Street – the former Topshop site.
Kingdom of Souvenirs
Kingdom of Sweets
Links of London
List from mallsecrets.co.uk
Monsoon (reduced space)
Next (reduced space)
Primark. Two stores: The largest is: 14-28 Oxford St, London W1D 1AU. Also: 499-517 Oxford St, Mayfair, London W1K 7DA.
Pull & Bear
Russell & Bromley
The Blue Door
The Body Shop
The Club at Park Lane
The Disney Store
The Fragrance Shop
The Perfume Shop
Watches of Switzerland
Please note: This list of shops and opening times is correct at time of publication, but shops and their hours do change, so please check with individual stores before travelling.
Oxford Street shop closures
Some famous “Oxford Street shops” have closed in recent years.
Debenhams vacated 334 Oxford Street in February 2021. The building will be a new retail and office scheme.
HMV closed in February 2019.
House of Fraser at 318 Oxford Street – the shop will close in January 2022.
Topshop / Topman, on 214 Oxford Street, closed in 2021. The site is due to open in 2023 as an IKEA.
As more shopping is now online, parts of Oxford Street are gradually shifting away from retail.
Marks & Spencer and John Lewis are planning to turn part of their retail outlets into offices.