Selfridges is a chain of British department stores founded in 1909. Like Macy's in the United States, they have become world famous for their unique and ever-changing window displays. In 2013, the establishment inspired the ITV series Mr Selfridge, also aired on PBS.
- Kermit and Piggy appeared in a London window display on December 29, 1977.
- Beginning October 20, 1981, several windows in a London store were decorated with The Muppet Show displays for the holiday season. Vignettes included the Muppets in a sleigh, the Swedish Chef in his kitchen, and Bunsen Honeydew and Beaker in Muppet Labs. Michael Frith served as art director and the characters were specially built at 125% for the display.
- In 2004, Kermit the Frog and Robin featured in a Christmas display at the flagship store on Oxford Street in London as Bob Cratchit and Tiny Tim, their characters from The Muppet Christmas Carol. A similar poser setup had previously been used in 1992 for Tiffany's Christmas Windows.
- A "stunt double" for Miss Piggy appeared in the window of a Selfridges, to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the birth of punk, starting with March 2006. Miss Piggy told Vogue UK: "Believe moi, I would love to spend six weeks in Selfridges! But if I'm going to be there, I want to be shopping, not standing in the window, sweetie!"
- In the UK version of "Postcards from Traveling Matt" from the season two Fraggle Rock episode "A Friend in Need", Matt visits a great race, actually a Selfridges department store sale.