Kate Moss Launches Topshop in NYC!

As many of you know by now, I love stylish clothes at reasonable prices. That’s why I’m screaming Hallelujah today for Topshop’s big, grand US opening in NYC! Topshop isn’t Forever 21 cheap, think of it more like the funkier and cooler older sister to H&M. It’s a London phenomenon led by Sir Philip Green who so wisely plucked Kate Moss from cocaine fame and made her hip and cool again (or maybe the other way around). They say Kate’s style mirrors Topshop’s, “an offhand mash-up of designs that draw equally from Paris runways, vintage stores and the street.” Now this is my kind of store! Prices range from $45 to $100. The in-store experience promises to be a treat – the store was designed by London-based agency Dalziel + Pow and houses a D.J. booth, 32 changing rooms, V.I.P. suites, and neon signs. If the new Topshop proves a success, Sir Philip plans to open a second store in Manhattan and eventually to expand to Miami, Los Angeles, Las Vegas and Boston. Here’s a few of Kate Moss’ creations you’re likely to find:

Can’t wait to check this store out! Topshop website Source DailyMail



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