Topshop isn’t about to alter its formula for its U.S. debut, despite some anxiety as a result of construction delays, logistical complexities and the weakening economy.
That assurance came from Topshop’s flamboyant owner Sir Philip Green, in an interview at Gramercy Park Hotel on Monday, where he outlined plans for the trendy U.K.-based chain’s first U.S. store: a 40,000-square-foot flagship set to open April 2 at 478 Broadway in SoHo.
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