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Topshop Topman CEO steps down

10 December 2019 | Hannah Abdulla

The CEO of Arcadia Group's Topman and Topshop brands, Paul Price, has resigned after two years at the helm.... read more

Topshop names Ridley Whittle as new fashion director

25 October 2019 | Beth Wright

UK high street fashion chain Topshop has named former M&S buying director of womenswear, Gillian Ridley Whittle, as its new fashion director. ... read more

Topshop & Topman blamed for Arcadia's fall from grace

9 October 2019 | Hannah Abdulla

UK high street fashion chains Topshop and Topman are largely to blame for the fall from grace of parent Arcadia Group, say industry watchers, urging the company to prioritise a revamp of the "two-star players" in order to return to profitability.... read more

Arcadia Group reveals extent of last year's losses

6 September 2019 | Beth Wright

Arcadia Group, owner of the Topshop and Miss Selfridge brands, swung to a massive loss last year, blaming the challenging global retail market for a slide in sales.... read more

Arcadia Group avoids collapse as CVA gets green light

13 June 2019 | Beth Wright

Arcadia Group has avoided falling into administration after its creditors approved all seven of its Company Voluntary Arrangements (CVAs) – in a move that puts its 1,800 workers and extensive supplier base "on a much firmer footing."... read more

Arcadia lowers rent reduction request ahead of CVA vote

11 June 2019 | Beth Wright

Retailer Arcadia Group has revised its rent reductions to a range of between 25%-50% as opposed to previous proposals of 30%-70% ahead of this week's creditors meeting.... read more

Arcadia postpones CVA vote

6 June 2019 | Beth Wright

Retailer Arcadia Group has pushed back meetings with its creditors which will determine the fate of its company voluntary arrangement (CVA) proposals.... read more

Arcadia Group CVA to close 23 stores – but is it enough?

23 May 2019 | Beth Wright

Retailer Arcadia Group, owner of the Topshop, Topman, Miss Selfridge, Burton and Dorothy Perkins chains, has today (23 May) announced plans for a company voluntary arrangement (CVA) that will see the company shutter 23 of its stores in the UK and Ireland. ... read more

Topshop launches first vegan shoe line

11 April 2019 | Beth Wright

High street chain Topshop has unveiled its inaugural vegan shoe collection, handmade in Spain from materials that are free from animal products.... read more

Arcadia Group in FY profit slip

24 May 2018 | Michelle Russell

Arcadia Group, owner of the Topshop and Miss Selfridge brands, saw earnings slide last year as the retail giant struggled in what has been a challenging period for the high street.... read more

Arcadia latest to announce store management shake-up

29 January 2018 | Beth Wright

British retail group Arcadia has become the latest retailer to announce a leadership shake-up at its stores, confirming to just-style it is working to "restructure" its retail management across Topshop and Topman.... read more

Topshop/Topman to relaunch in Australia

29 August 2017 | Michelle Russell

Fashion retailer Arcadia Group is to relaunch four Topshop/Topman stores in Australia just months after its franchise business fell into administration.... read more

David Hagglund new Topshop/Topman creative chief

21 August 2017 | Beth Wright

Arcadia Group has appointed David Hagglund to the newly-created position of creative director for both Topshop and Topman.... read more

Topshop, Topman names ex-Burberry boss Paul Price CEO

20 July 2017 | Hannah Abdulla

Ex-Burberry chief merchandising officer Paul Price has been appointed CEO for Topshop and Topman. ... read more

Topshop Australia placed into administration

25 May 2017 | Michelle Russell

Fashion retailer Topshop Australia has been placed into voluntary administration, putting its nine standalone stores, 17 Mya concessions and online business under review.... read more

Arcadia faces supply chain disruption amid fresh strikes

15 February 2017 | Michelle Russell

Arcadia's Topshop, Miss Selfridge and Burton Menswear stores could face stock disruption later this month as logistics workers prepare for fresh industrial action with a two-day strike over wages.... read more

Topshop reveals China expansion plans

20 December 2016 | Beth Wright

As part of its bid to become a global business, British fashion retailer Topshop has revealed multi-channel expansion plans in China in an expansion of its partnership with e-commerce giant Shangpin.com.... read more

Topshop supply chain workers strike over pay

8 December 2016 | Michelle Russell

Topshop owner Sir Philip Green may be in for a turbulent Christmas after the chain's supply chain workers in the UK voted for fresh industrial action. ... read more

Sir Philip Green blamed for the collapse of BHS

25 July 2016 | Michelle Russell

"What kind of man is it who can count his fortune in billions but does not know what decent behaviour is?" The words of Rt Hon Frank Field MP, chair of the Work and Pensions Committee, will be stark reading for retail tycoon Sir Philip Green after British MPs today (25 July) published a damning report into the collapse of the BHS retail chain.... read more

UK retailers go down-free following goose farm probe

21 July 2016 | Beth Wright

A number of UK-based high street brands including Primark, Topshop and Asos, have pledged to keep down out of all their future collections in the wake of an investigation which exposed violations at goose farms in China.... read more

Topshop targeting wearable technology start-ups

9 May 2016 | Leonie Barrie

British fashion retailer Topshop is hoping to discover new wearable technology products that it can sell in its stores after launching a programme to find entrepreneurs with innovative ideas.... read more

Arcadia focuses on supply chain as FY earnings climb

30 November 2015 | Michelle Russell

UK retail giant Arcadia Group said ensuring it has a well-audited supply chain will remain a priority as it revealed an increase in earnings for the full year, but a decline in like-for-like sales. ... read more

Concerns over Pakistan's garment sector safety

16 September 2015 | Katie Smith

Concerns have been raised over health and safety standards in Pakistan's garment sector, after the roof of a garment factory collapsed killing four workers and injuring 16 others.... read more

FOCUS: Topshop suffers a setback in Japan

31 March 2015 | Magdalena Kondej

Topshop's bid to be a global player has suffered a setback in Japan, where the retailer shuttered its five stores earlier this year. Here Magdalena Kondej, head of apparel and footwear research at Euromonitor International, looks at the possible reasons why, and asks what happens next?... read more

BHS losses weigh on Arcadia FY profit

25 November 2014 | Katie Smith

Wider losses at BHS have resulted in a double-digit slump in annual profit for UK retailer Arcadia.... read more

Top stories this week on just-style...

31 October 2014 | Katie Smith

The most-read stories on just-style this week included toxic chemicals found in clothing and footwear sold by nine supermarkets and retailers, wearable technology forecast to be a key trend for 2015, and Topshop teams with Beyoncé for a new street wear line.... read more

Topshop teams with Beyoncé for fashion line

29 October 2014 | Michelle Russell

American popstar Beyoncé has joined forces with Topshop boss Sir Philip Green to launch a global athletic street wear brand.... read more

Fast fashion: The choice to air freight, or wait

6 October 2014 | MJ Deschamps

As its name suggests, the lifeblood of the fast fashion industry is, largely, speed to market - meaning that in many cases, traditional, weeks-long methods of shipping garments via sea or truck are no longer making the grade.... read more

CHINA: Online deal signed for Topshop and Miss Selfridge

14 August 2014 | Michelle Russell

Retail giant Arcadia Group is to launch its Topshop and Miss Selfridge brands in China through a partnership with online multi-brand retailer ShangPin.com.... read more

UK: Ted Baker “no plans” to stop using wool

17 July 2014 | Katie Smith

UK apparel lifestyle brand Ted Baker has told just-style it has no plans to boycott wool, despite calls to from an animal rights group, which exposed a series of violations in the industry.... read more

UK: Primark launches investigation after wool probe

15 July 2014 | Katie Smith

UK value fashion retailer Primark has launched an investigation following the release of video footage exposing a series of violations in the wool industry.... read more

UK: PETA urges wool boycott after undercover probe

14 July 2014 | Katie Smith

Retailers and consumers are being urged by animal rights activists to boycott wool products after an investigation is said to have exposed a series of violations in the industry.... read more

UK: Alvanon brings "Fashion Fit Movement" to UK

2 June 2014 | Katie Smith

As part of efforts to restore fashion skills and manufacturing, fit specialist Alvanon has committed over GBP50,000 (US$83,860) worth of technical fit forms and pattern blocks to a garment manufacturer and training centre in the UK.... read more

Mauritius overview: Textile and apparel firms talk tactics

13 May 2014 | Michelle Russell

The Mauritian textile and apparel industry has overtaken sugar to become the country's largest export, with a turnover of around US$885m in 2013, a marginal increase of just 0.07% over the year before. Local textile and clothing manufacturers are working hard to sustain this growth, with several sharing their future ambitions with just-style.... read more

Analysis: Tesco takes second stab at US market with F&F

17 April 2014 | Michelle Russell

Retail behemoth Tesco this week revealed plans to open a chain of F&F clothing franchise stores in the US, marking the group's return to the States following the sale of its Fresh & Easy chain seven months ago. The announcement was shadowed somewhat by the group's second year of falling profits, published a day later. Nonetheless, industry observers believe the move appears to be a logical one, despite the failure of its food venture.... read more