Mr. Selfridge season 3
British tv series â€œMr. Selfridgeâ€ tells the story of the famous entrepreneur Harry Gordon Selfridge. He was born in America and the first business skills have got in the United States. When Harry was a young boy he bought a small shop and start to sale. Then, in 1906, Mr. Selfridge went on holiday in England. Our hero is caught trading in England in such terrible condition that he immediately wanted to start his own business in London. Harry noticed that the latest business ideas have been very successful in the United States but it still has not implemented in Britain. Mr Selfridge decided to invest 400,000 pounds in the building, which is intended to build a department store. How did you know it was one of the first department store in London, which proudly bears the name of Selfridges.
It's 1918 and as the family gathers at Rose's funeral, a grief-stricken Harry wonders how he will ever get by without his beloved wife. However, nine months later and the Selfridges are in high spirits - Rosalie is marrying renowned Russian aviator Serge De Bolotoff. At the forefront of the lavish wedding is Russian emigre Princess Marie, the glamorous mother of the groom, but what is she hiding? Agnes is overjoyed to be reunited with Henri, who has recently returned from the war
While Harry decides to pursue a new charitable project, Crabb is faced with a massive professional dilemma. The biggest fashion event in store since the war proves a big challenge for the staff, and an exclusive contract with Lanvin hangs in the balance. As Rosalie begins married life, a frustrated Violette is bored and looks for something to do. Miss Mardle decides to make a fresh start, while Agnes faces an unexpected challenge very close to home.
Period drama based on the life of department store founder Harry Selfridge. Harry pushes ahead with his plans for the Selfridge Estate, buying a field at auction - only to find there is an unexpected rival bidder. Kitty is on a high as she launches a high-profile cosmetics demonstration in store, which gets her into Harry's good books - and nets a job for her sister Connie. Miss Mardle returns and makes her mark in fashion. Henri continues to behave erratically, leaving Agnes out in the cold - could their marriage be in trouble?
Harry and Nancy take Kitty to hospital as Frank is horrified to realise that he might have been complicit in his own wife's attack. When the police begin their investigations, security in the store is tightened. Violette has her eye on Victor, who finds himself in trouble with DI Purkiss. Henri and Agnes struggle to find a way through their present troubles - and Harry discovers that his feelings for Nancy are deeper than he first thought.
As Harry and Nancy's secret romance continues, he publicly announces the acquisition of the Selfridge Estate - but Loxley is out to get him. In store, there is a race for the post of deputy manager, with Mr Grove and Miss Mardle both jostling for the role. There is more fallout in the aftermath of Kitty's attack as she finds herself the focus of some unwelcome press attention. When Lois drops in unexpectedly on Princess Marie, the exiled Russian is forced to reveal the truth about her situation. As things hot up between Victor and Violette, the future of the club seems to be in jeopardy.
Harry places Violette under house arrest after the police raid at Colleano’s.
Harry offers his support when a situation sends ripples through the Selfridge’s staff and Mardle attempts to maintain composure but struggles with the weight of her secret.
Harry is totally thrown when Nancy suddenly announces that they should keep their relationship purely professional, at least until the Selfridge Estate is finished.
Harry holds the biggest flash sale in the store's history, taking a massive gamble in the process. Nancy finds it difficult keeping her engagement from Gus.
Harry and Lord Loxley clash in a dramatic confrontation. Princess Marie probes into the status of the Selfridge Estate. Gordon faces a big romantic decision.