This page features more latest releases of
spring summer 2005 fashion press images from the UK store TopShop
owned by Arcadia. The text of this press release is on the previous TopShop
page and covers the whole of the Top shop spring summer range. These
images relate more to holiday and beach wear.
According to their press information office celebrity customers who wear
their fashion garments have included
Gwyneth Paltrow, Madonna, Kate Moss, Liberty Ross, Chloé Sevingy, Claudia
Schiffer, Erin O'Conner, Lizzie Jagger, Liv Tyler, Kelly Osbourne, Beyonce,
Since these celebrities also favour top couture
fashion wear this is an acknowledgement of the great fashion edge Topshop
has to produce affordable fast fashion easily in tune with the zeitgeist.
Little jackets, tops and short skirts at TopShop 2005.
Little Tops, wedges and tribal jewellery at TopShop summer 2005.
TopShop's customer profile is a 16-34 year female with 70% being in that age
group. It's worth noting that many shoppers there are well over age
40, but they tend to do their fashion shopping there midweek.
TopShop first appeared in 1964, but within the Peter Robinson group this is
understandable. Many who shopped there for the latest fashions as
teenagers still take a quick look around.
They do it out of old loyalty and also know a bargain may be found there.
TopShop came out of the Peter Robinson stores as a stand alone shop in 1974.
One of TopShop's best hot fashion sellers for some years has been the simple
vest they call the Kate Vest. Many of the simple Tshirt vests can now
be bought online from the TopShop website. Top Shop is well known for
their innovative, affordable hot off the catwalk fashion designs.
Right - Ethnic
print dresses, little tops, cropped denims and shorts at TopShop this summer
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