John Lewis has released a variety of new products to help celebrate its 150th anniversary, collaborating with many well-known designers.

Design has been central to John Lewis’s offer since its beginnings, when Spedan Lewis began sourcing and selling unique fabrics.

It was only after the Second World War, however, that the retailer began to work with young designers on fabrics and homewares. That ethos of collaboration has continued since, and John Lewis has released a variety of new products to help celebrate its 150th anniversary.

From a range of specially designed homeware goods such as a Kenwood stand mixer, a Smeg fridge and a Silver Cross pram to a collection of exclusive products from fashion designers including Orla Kiely and Alice Temperley, John Lewis aims to showcase the sort of products that distinguish it from its rivals.