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Top Fashion Finally Makes it to Perth

topshop_824482173501959WebPerth consumers’ fashion choices are about to get a fantastic improvement with the opening of TOPSHOP and TOPMAN on Friday.

Hot on the heels of Zara opening two stores in WA, the well known brand is set to make it’s mark on the Murray Street mall.

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The massive 2190 square metre shop is a feature of the revamped Carillon City Shopping Centre.

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The store promises to stock the same collections that are available in it’s European stores and expects to have more than 300 new pieces delivered every week.

Sonia Bettega, the Managing Director of the chain, said the store will meet the needs of Perth’s fashion savvy shoppers.

“Perth Men and Women are highly engaged and invested in fashion.  In addition to the everyday trends and collections, the Perth store we will house the Designer Collaborations, limited edition product and the Unique runway collection.

“The store will be treated as a flagship statement sure to satisfy the fashion savvy Perth customer”.

TOPSHOP and TOPMAN already have five stores in Australia. Three are located in Melbourne, while Sydney and Brisbane both have a single store.

Soon the brand will open a new flagship store on Fifth Avenue in New York. Hilton Seskin, Chair of parent company Next Athleisure highlighted that the new Perth store will feature many exciting new design elements that take inspiration from the soon to open venture in NYC.

To celebrate the store’s opening Dj’s will be performing in-store over the weekend and a dedicated ‘zine will be created for the launch.

TOPSHOP is just one of several well known brands that has been attracted to WA in 2014.

Convenience chain 7Eleven, Krispy Kreme, Papa Rich and Zara are some of the other brands that Western Australian’s used to have travel overseas or interstate for.

Check out some of the different styles available at TOPMAN and TOPSHOP below.

OIP Staff

 

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