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It's no secret that TopShop is coming to America via NYC, thanks to Sir Philip Green.

Ever the philanthropist, Green has revealed that he wants to help young designers learn about retailing. "What we should be doing, what other retailers around the globe should be doing, is help foster new talent and keep it here," he said. Green may "create an incubator, a couple of stores, smaller stores, where we incubate some of these young designers, initially with a view to help get these people early." Is there anything this man doesn't do?!


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Kkkkkkkkkkk Kkkkkkkkkkk 8 years
Sounds a bit like what they do in their "Bazaar" section. My label is stocked in one of their flagship stores, and they don't take any prisoners, it's been really hard work keeping up with their requirements but I have to say, as a small, independent designer it's helped me so much.
shopgirl123 shopgirl123 8 years
random, i know, but he looks like a really nice guy!
PinkShoes21 PinkShoes21 8 years
I love TopShop. Can't wait for it to be here in the US :)
RoyalBlueMoss RoyalBlueMoss 8 years
Good for him. It sounds like it could help a lot of struggling designers. BTW, Moss looks beautiful.
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