ahhhhh no more waiting 3 wks to get stuff shipped woohoo :D nov cannot come soon enough though. i really hate shopping online bc i cant feel the clothes first. haha is that weirdposted over 8 years ago
Oh snap, nice! I bought a few things from there while I was in Europe, now I can get moreposted over 8 years ago
Cool. Now we have to wait 5-10 more years for it to come to Canada. I hate our country’s lack of awesome stores.posted over 8 years ago
When I saw this I thought it meant that maybe the store had opened. let me down.posted about 8 years ago
Theres bound to be loads opening in the usa in the next few years. I went on the site expecting to find different things to what we have ok the uk. But it all seems to be the same. xposted about 8 years ago
i weep at the beauty of the shoe section.
but anyway, it’s definitely the best part of Topshop and i’m glad you guys get to enjoy it now!posted about 8 years ago
Gosh! I didnt realise how popular topshop was with people in other countries. I feel really lucky now that I have a TOPSHOP 20 mins away! :Dposted about 8 years ago
When the Topshop opens in New York I will undoubtedly take a trip up there…posted about 8 years ago
“Theres bound to be loads opening in the usa in the next few years. I went on the site expecting to find different things to what we have ok the uk. But it all seems to be the same. x”
Given the massive retail slowdown, the opening of the first Topshop was already quite an achievement unto itself. As it stands, nearly every aspect of retail (except menswear) is experiencing negative growth. Topshop most certainly plans and wants to expand into the US, but I’m not sure that now is the time to do that.posted about 8 years ago
I don’t think Phil Green has a line of bankers going out the door begging to drop off loads of credit at his footstep. Lending criteria are getting increasingly stringent and the American middle-class is particularly scared as commodity prices have increased. The amount of disposable income is rapidly vanishing as fixed payments like mortgages and medical bills consume more of the average person’s paycheck. Normally, most folks would have equity to help shore up their credit, but as housing values have plummeted, there’s less of that to go around, too.
In short, yes. I think today’s economy will stop Phil Green. Or slow him down significantly.posted about 8 years ago
WHAT?! Did I read something about a topshop opening in NYC???? WHEN OH WHEN?!posted about 8 years ago
I work for Arcadia – topshop and tbh nothing with this “credit crunch” has affected our sales. We’re doing better than ever. You can’t slow down determination, I’m sure him or some other big wig there will find a wayposted about 8 years ago
Sales are not the singular factor that determines the viability of expansion. Whether or not your customers have credit is entirely separate from whether or not banks will offer up credit for projects that are driven not by revenue, but capital.posted about 8 years ago
on my recent trip to israel i got to go into my first topshop. i was sooo excited.
love at first sight, and i wanted to buy everything, but it was too hard to convert everything from sheckels to us money to figure out the prices =)posted about 8 years ago
I’d stay and debate this but I’ve much better things to be doing. I know what I’ve been educated to believing, and I’d disagree with all of what you said.posted about 8 years ago