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with contributions from Natalie Theodosi
 on October 29, 2018

LONDON — At 109 years and counting, Selfridges has learned much about how men like to shop: Most want things all in one place, they don’t want to hang around browsing, and it’s likely they’d rather be doing something else — anything else.

The store has tried to answer those needs — or, at least some of them — with a new men’s wear concept known as The Designer Street Room, an 18,000-square-foot space that’s twisting a few retail rules.

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