Topshop Launches Dress Up Topshop Collection
Released on: April 26, 2011, 9:30 am
Topshop has launched its new party dress collection called
Dress Up Topshop.
This debut collection of 12 statement dresses offers irreverent fun in a range of
colours, shapes and styles. The collection brings the Topshop flavour to dresses
that to wear with confidence by those who know how to get noticed.
Each dress has its own character suiting any mood and any event, whether it’s for a
gig or a glam function, these dresses embrace experimentation and allow for styling
and an individual approach.
The collection features a black leather dress with gold studding, while ruffled
sleeves and black elastic strapping reveals the back and channels an early 80’s punk
influence. A black jersey dress with a sweetheart neckline and sheer sleeves is
adorned in silver lightning beading, putting the rock into glam rock, and a simple
grey snakeskin print halter is held at the neckline with chunky gold chain.
Other highlights include an all-over rainbow of sequins on a simple sheath dress
with a black leather bowtie belt, whilst a fun fifties prom style frock in white
with black polka dots has a full skirt and pale pink bodice dress has a tulle tu-tu.
Candy pink and lemon dresses look like French fancy wrapping in cute cocktail
dresses and flowers in pinks burst onto a sweet party dress with diamante detailing.
Godess dresses feature with strong Grecian influences, and asymmetric dove grey
chiffon reveals a silver studded bustier combining tough and soft elements.
Dress Up Topshop is the ultimate fix for those on the party scene with an eye for
fashion and a focus on fun.
The Dress up Topshop range is available in Topshop stores nationwide with prices
ranging between £45 and £180.
Topshop was established in 1964 and is part of Arcadia Group Ltd. Sir Philip Green
became owner of Arcadia Group Ltd in 2002.
Topshop is continually recognised as being an authority on womens fashion with a wide range of petite clothing, dresses,
skirts and jeans through to maternity wear, petite clothing and make up.
Topshop was the first fashion retailer to show on schedule at London Fashion Week in
September 2005 when it presented its own acclaimed in-house design collection Unique
(created in 2001). Subsequent partnerships with international boutiques as far flung
as Tokyo and LA followed and Topshop continues to grow its reputation for supporting
exciting new talent.
Topshop Press Office
Arcadia Group Ltd
70 Berners Street
020 7927 1484
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