It’s posh, pricy and pretty peculiar! But what makes this iconic London store tick?
It’s one of the most unique shopping experiences on the planet. But what makes Liberty of London tick?
Founded in 1875 and housed in a huge, ornate building, the store is synonymous with luxury and daring design.
For the first time, cameras go behind the scenes in this fly-on-the-wall documentary and record all the conflicts and calamities that take place when the customer isn’t looking.
Get ready for some radical retail therapy.
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