Civil rights hero John Lewis, whose bloody beating by Alabama state troopers in 1965 helped galvanise opposition to racial segregation, has died aged 80. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi confirmed Mr Lewis's passing late on Friday night, calling
Out of almost 5,000 dresses currently on sale at John Lewis, these are the styles we think you should add to your basket first.
John Lewis has said it will temporarily close all 50 of its stores on Monday amid the coronavirus pandemic. The retail giant said it was the first time in its 155-year history that it will not open its shop doors for customers, but added its
John Lewis have launched its first premium collection of delectable food and drink - and just in time for Christmas.From pink champagne truffles to salted caramel fudge and rose and hibiscus gin, the collection is a foodies dream.It’s also perfect for the upcoming present giving period, with gift sets being beautifully packaged in modern, chic designs. The collection may look luxury, but the items come with surprisingly affordable price tags.From nine Praline Popping Candy Truffles for £8, to a bottle of Prosecco Doc Brut for just £10 - here all the delicious items you should treat yourself, or a loved one, to.Yahoo UK is committed to finding you the best products at the best prices. At times, Yahoo UK may receive a share from purchases made via links on this page.
The arrival of the much-hyped John Lewis ad now heralds the start of each year's festive season and rumours have already emerged regarding John Lewis' 2018 Christmas ad, with The Mail on Sunday reporting that Elton John has been paid
The department store hopes that the move will help to reduce the 300,000 tonnes of fashion waste sent to landfill each year.
Moz the Monster was released onto our screens last week, heralding the arrival of this year's John Lewis Christmas ad. While the festive season is well within our sights, we have a major shopping event to get out of the way first: Black
The new John Lewis Christmas advert made its debut online on Friday morning. The department store's ad features Elbow's cover of The Beatles song Golden Slumbers. It tells the story of a young boy's friendship with the monster
With smartphones and in-car infotainment becoming ever more sophisticated, it would seem that the days of the portable sat-nav are coming to an end. That's certainly the view of John Lewis, as the major British retailer has decided to stop
High street giant John Lewis has released the company’s annual retail report and it’s a telling way to uncover what the public has been busy buying this year.Thanks to the rise in social media‘s influence, everything from bookshelves to water bottles have experienced a sharp increase in popularity. Look no further than the #shelfie or series of the year Love Island, when pinpointing the blame.Take a look back at what we’ve been spending our hard-earned money on this year in the gallery above.How many purchases are you guilty of?Follow us on Instagram and Facebook for non-stop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day. For Twitter updates, follow @YahooStyleUK. Read more from Yahoo Style UK:The most memorable red carpet looks of 2017The most popular fashion trends of 2017The fashion collaborations on our radar this season
John Lewis' Christmas advert received just as much attention as ever, capturing the hearts of the nation, as it does every year. But before Buster the Boxer distracts you from your Christmas shopping, why not see what the department store
The launch of the John Lewis Christmas advert has become part of the build-up to the festive period. Somehow having a quiet weep to a moving story of giving and receiving presents has become the official start to Christmas, and this year it opted
Of all the traditional Christmas activities, decorating the Christmas tree has got to be one of the most memorable - from throwing around garish rainbow-coloured tinsel when we were toddlers to creating classy colour schemes now. Starting from today, Londoners can book a free Christmas consultation appointment at the store’s Oxford Street or Sloane Square branch, and the appointments begin on December 1. Anna Rigby, head of buying for home and gift accessories, told the Evening Standard: “It is a premium service but having somebody take the weight of Christmas decorating off your mind is something special.