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Topshop to skip London Fashion Week

Topshop will not show its collections at London Fashion Week this season, which starts on Friday.

Instead the Arcadia-owned retailer has revealed it will host designers at its Topshop Showspace in Covent Garden, including House of Holland, Preen by Thornton Bregazzi and Molly Goddard.

A Topshop spokeswoman said: “Topshop will be taking a pause from the London Fashion Week schedule this February.

”The brand remains committed to the development and support of emerging and established talent and will be hosting the Topshop Showspace for a roster of designers.

“Topshop will also continue its ongoing sponsorship of Fashion East as well as hosting the collective in the showspace.”

Last month Arcadia confirmed a store management reshuffle at its Topshop and Topman chains that could result in hundreds of job losses.

 

 

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