Harry Styles Pleasing pop-up at Selfridges London: Opening times and nearest station to beauty brand event

Harry Styles fans can shop his beauty brand in the capital over the next month.

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Selfridges will host Harry Styles' beauty brand Pleasing for a month-long pop-up starting next week. Here's everything fans of the Watermelon Sugar hitmaker need to know about the limited-time London pop-up event.

The brand previously opened a store for a limited time in the capital last November to mark its first anniversary.

While last year's pop-up was hosted just off Carnaby Street, the 2023 edition will take over the high-end department store Selfridges, which is situated on London's most famous shopping destination, Oxford Street.

Here's what Harry Styles fans need to know about the Pleasing pop-up opening at London's Selfridges store.

When does the Pleasing London pop-up at Selfridges open? 

The Pleasing London pop-up event at Selfridges is open from today (November 13).

How long will the Pleasing London pop-up at Selfridges be open?

Pleasing will call Selfridges home for almost a month. The pop-up will move on from the luxury department store after December 9.

Full opening times for the Pleasing London pop-up at Selfridges

Set inside the Selfridges department store, the pop-up will be open during regular store hours, which are listed below: 

  • Monday - Friday - 10am - 10pm
  • Saturday 10am - 9pm
  • Sunday 11:30am - 6pm

Where is the Pleasing London pop-up at Selfridges?

Selfridges shoppers will be able to find the Pleasing pop-up on the ground floor of the department store in the Corner Shop section. Nestled between the Beauty, fragrance and accessories areas of the floor, Pleasing is the latest brand to take over Selfridges' permanent pop-up space.

What is the nearest station to the Pleasing London pop-up at Selfridges?

Those planning to visit the Pleasing London pop-up at Selfridges can head to either Marble Arch or Bond Street Tube stations. Both are accessible via the Central line, with Bond Street also on the Jubilee and Elizabeth lines.