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Topshop confirms US roll out

Sir Philip Green, the owner of Topshop, has confirmed he plans to open a second store in New York after the debut Manhattan store achieved strong sales in its first two months of trading.

Sir Philip Green told the Sunday Express newspaper: “It’s [the store] is doing very well, New Yorkers like it. The sales mix is not wildly different to our stores in the UK.”

Green added that he was close to finalising a second store location and that work on the site would begin within the next three months. However he did not reveal a planned opening date.

Green has plans to open up to 15 Topshop stores across the US.

The first Topshop store in the US opened on April 2 at Broadway in Soho. It is 25,000sq ft and split over four floors. It also features a Topman store.

The store was opened by Sir Philip Green and Kate Moss and the launch attracted large crowds after a blaze of publicity.

To see pictures of the first Topshop New York site click here.


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