Wednesday

TOPSHOP OPENS TOMORROW!!

I'm still debating about going tomorrow, it's gonna be so insanely hectic!! But it might be worth it if I can snap any of these AMAZING Topshop pieces. An entire SHOE LOUNGE on the 3rd floor? WHAT???!? Why is this opening only a month before I move away?
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All items from Topshop.com

4 comments:

Nataliexxx said...

I think it's great for you New Yorkers & Americans in general that TS is opening in the Big Apple b/c I know that if I was American I would be sooooo delighted!

However, many of us Brits disagree with TS's decision to set up stores internationally. Just b/c we think it was great how TS was COMPLETELY EXCLUSIVE to Britain only -and if you lived overseas you could just buy online.

Idk..., it's just not the same now knowing that Americans can buy the clothes in a store as and when they please -and the store's meant to be better then the flagship one on Londons Oxford Street.

Oh well, sorry to dampen you're happiness -i'd be so so excited too if I was American -especially if I was a New Yorker -but hopefully you can understand where i'm coming from.

Anyways, happy shopping in New York!!! :-)

Mimi Jolie said...

Ahhh!! haha i bookmarked all the same things! ;)
YOU HAVE NO IDEA HOW EXCITED I AM!!

Meg said...

I can see Natalie's POV, above. I live in the states now and have lived abroad previously, and I do know how much more Americans have at their fingertips shop-wise and brand/designer-wise. But I think Philip Green has had the idea to go international for some time now, as was mentioned in a Conde Nest report a few years ago and prior to the success of Kate's launch with her TS collections. On one hand I can totally see where she is coming from, and on the other hand, think that it was inevitable.

Meg said...

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2009/03/17/conde-nast-layoffs-hit-me_n_176075.html

maybe those who have suffered the lay off at Conde Nast can find refuge in working at the new TS...just a thought :)