British Invasion. Topshop to Stay True to Roots.

April 18, 2008 • Fashion

Regarding Topshop‘s New York City expansion, main man Sir Philip Green says they won’t put an American spin on their classically British style. The Kate Moss line for Topshop, which was successfully selling in Barneys New York and helped spur Topshop’s across-the-pond move, is an example of the English influence that will remain consistent in the New York stores. Green is even considering announcing the British brand with a fleet of red double-decker buses in October. Cheers, Topshop! Stick with what works.

Source: WWD

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