The recession is over, so British high-street fashion chain, Topshop, are celebrating with a premium store in London’s Knightsbridge. Opening on May 20, the store’s neighbours will include Harrods and Burberry. The 14,000-square-feet space will have a boutique feel with features including a metal sculpture stretching from floor to roof.
The store will offer Kate Moss’s latest collection, including a long frills dress for £160 and an electric blue lace dress for £130. There will also be previews of clothes from some of the capital’s young up-and-coming designers.
Shoppers can look forward to a free personal shopping service, Topshop PS, plus tips about local attractions, such as restaurants. Post recession consumers looking to upgrade can also visit Tesco for their new couture range under its Fred and Florence brand called F&F Couture.