ICYMI, Topshop closing all of its U.S. stores — including its two standalone Los Angeles locations at The Grove and Glendale's Americana at Brand. The move follows Topshop Topman parent company Arcadia Group's bankruptcy filing (not to mention accusations of sexual misconduct by owner Sir Phillip Green).
We stopped by the British retailer's outpost at The Grove today and spotted a sign noting that the closing sale was in its "last 9 days" — meaning all Topshop stores are likely closing the weekend of Friday, June 28. As far as the deals, inventory is currently marked down to 50 to 70% off in store (the sale's happening online, too). At both The Grove and Americana at Brand, we saw women's and men's denim for $30, jumpsuits for $55, and maxi dresses for $60, to give you an idea of the deals. Jewelry was also going for $9 for five items, while womenswear from edgy label Absence of Colour, bags, and accessories were 50% off and footwear was 60% off.
Scroll through the gallery above for a glimpse at the scenes at The Americana at Brand in Glendale and The Grove; we suggest swinging by soon to bid adieu to Topshop Topman in L.A. (and score deep discounts before all the good stuff is gone).
All of this doesn't mean the London-bred brand is saying ta-ta to the States entirely, however. It'll still be stocked at its Nordstrom shop-in-shops, including Southern California department stores at The Grove, Americana at Brand, Thousand Oaks, Santa Monica, Westfield Santa Anita, Los Cerritos Center, Fashion Island in Newport Beach, South Coast Plaza in Cost Mesa, Irvine Spectrum, The Shops at Mission Viejo, and San Diego's Fashion Valley.
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