After a century, some fresh paint

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The U.K.’s stalwart department store Selfridges turns 100 this month, and while history might remember its founder as the man who put perfume counters front-and-center in the shopping experience—and probably coined the phrase “the customer is always right”—you may be more interested in the trove of limited-edition offerings (from Levi’s, Converse, Polo, and more) rendered in Selfridges’ iconic yellow-and-black.

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