Topshop

2 weeks ago
Gal Gadot hit the London premiere of “Ralph Breaks the Internet” in a sleek Mugler power suit and Stuart Weitzman boots. To get the “Wonder Woman” star’s look for less try this Topshop suit and these H&M boots.
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2 weeks ago
Representatives from Marks & Spencer, Arcadia, Burberry and Primark took part in a parliamentary meeting to discuss sustainability in fashion
3 weeks ago
Kendall Jenner hit the London streets wearing a very 1980s-inspired look worth almost $19,000. Kendall’s $1,180 Dundas dress is a stunner, but you can get the dress for less at Topshop. The model’s Yeezy shoes and Le Vian earrings also cost a pretty penny. Fans on a budget can buy similar shoes here and sparkly...
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3 weeks ago
Girls run the world, and Beyoncé now runs her company in full.
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October 29th, 2018
Sir Philip Green, the billionaire owner of Topshop, is said to have offered a shocked Nancy Dell’Olio $1.3 million to spend the night with him. Dell’Olio came to prominence in the UK when she dated high-profile soccer coach Sven-Göran Eriksson. She subsequently appeared on “Celebrity Big Brother” and the UK’s version of “Dancing with the Stars”...
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October 29th, 2018
The businessman’s prize retail assets such as Topshop have been struggling because of nimble rivals and the malaise on the U.K. high street.
October 28th, 2018
He once counted as friends the cream of the beautiful, from Kate Moss to Elizabeth Hurley and Beyonce to Cheryl Cole. But to the underlings of the fashion world, the bombastic billionaire owner of TopShop is known simply by a nickname: Sir Philip Gross.
October 27th, 2018
Branding experts have told Sky News they don't expect footfall at Sir Philip Green's stores to be affected by the scandal in the short term.
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October 26th, 2018
A British billionaire tycoon flexed the might of his £2 billion wealth by attempting to block a national newspaper from publishing allegations of "sexual harassment and racial abuse of staff."  Philip Green — the owner of Topshop — spent £500,000 on legal fees to obtain an interim injunction from the Court of Appeal preventing The Telegraph from naming him. Just 50 hours after the ruling, parliament intervened. It took 28 seconds for Lord Hain — a peer in the House of Lords — to name the alleged man at the centre of the scandal. Green has "categorically and wholly" denied the allegations. This story raised questions about the weaponisation of NDAs and injunctions in the #MeToo movement — and the efficacy of such legal tools in the internet and social media age.  Read more...More about Uk, Harassment, Metoo, Culture, and Activism
October 26th, 2018
Retail analyst Claire Bailey says claims about Topshop owner could hit sales if customers switch loyalties
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October 25th, 2018
Lord Hain uses parliamentary privilege to reveal Topshop boss is retail tycoon who obtained privacy injunction
October 25th, 2018
Green's wealth is built upon selling products directly to people like us, and it's in our hands to call out his actions in the most powerful way possible – by no longer handing our cash over to a company owned by a man whose apparent actions we abhor
October 25th, 2018
Topshop owner Sir Philip Green has said he "categorically and wholly denies" allegations of "unlawful sexual or racist behaviour".
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October 25th, 2018
Philip Green, the billionaire chairman of Arcadia group, the retail empire that includes Topshop, has been named in the UK parliament as the subject of sexual harassment claims.
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October 25th, 2018
A British politician has used Parliament's free-speech guarantee to name a prominent businessman who is accused of sexual harassment and secured a court order barring the media from revealing his identity.
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October 25th, 2018
LONDON (AP) — A British politician has used Parliament’s free-speech guarantee to name a prominent businessman who is accused of sexual harassment and secured a court order barring the media from revealing his identity. Philip Green, owner of clothing retailer Topshop, was named in the House of Lords on Thursday by Labour politician Peter Hain. […]
October 25th, 2018
TOPSHOP owner Sir Philip Green has been named in Parliament in the UK as the businessman behind an injunction against the Daily Telegraph.
October 25th, 2018
Topshop owner Sir Philip Green has been named as the businessman behind an injunction against the Daily Telegraph.
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October 5th, 2018
Topshop has apologised and donated £25,000 to charity after taking down a feminist stand in one of its stores.
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October 5th, 2018
The retail store took down a London pop-up promoting a Penguin book on feminism, the publisher says.
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October 5th, 2018
Columbus Day is on Oct. 8 and the sales are already rolling in. The name of the holiday itself is controversial for obvious reasons, but we won't get into that right now. Regardless of whether you recognize it as Columbus Day (please don't) or the more appropriate Indigenous People's Day, one thing's for sure: The sales are here and ready to save you some moolah. Like Labor Day, Columbus Day sales have a lot of mattresses in the mix (Nectar, DreamCloud, the usual). Aside from that, we're seeing a ton of deals on 4K TVs, furniture, clothing, and more to get you prepped for the gift giving season. (No one said these gifts couldn't be for you though.) Here are our favorite deals so far for Columbus Day weekend: Televisions Image: LG 4K TVs on sale: 40 inches and up Samsung 49NU8000 49-inch 4K UHD 8 Series Smart TV — $697.99 (list price $797.99) Samsung UN49MU8000 49-inch 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV — $897.99 (list price $1,199.99) TCL 43S517 43-inch 4K U...
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October 5th, 2018
'This book aims to prove that the word 'feminist' is accessible to everyone. Today's event suggests there is still some work to do'
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