Topshop unveils plans to open first stores in Germany
November will see the opening of the first Topshop standalone stores in Germany as two inaugural stores open in Berlin and Oberhausen.
The Topshop/Topman store in Berlin is set to launch on November 17 in Galeria Kaufhof in Alexanderplatz. The space will extend over 1,300 square metres set across three floors, with a 910 square metres area dedicated to the womenswear collections on the ground floor and first floors and 390 sq mt assigned to Topman on the second floor.
Despite being located inside the department store, the Arcadia store will have its own entrance on street level, as well as internal entrances on each floor of Galeria Kaufhof.
As for the Oberhausen store, the British brand has taken a 1,133 square metres unit at CentrO, which is due to launch on November 24. The store will also feature both a Topshop and a Topman area, spanning 827 square metres on the ground floor and 306 square metres on the first floor, respectively.
The Topshop stores will stock the brand’s on-trend designs, as well as the Tall, Petite, Boutique and Beauty ranges, while the Topman spaces will offer the menswear label’s premium offerings; LTD, Lux, Premium and AAA and mainline collections. These collections will sit alongside Topman signature suiting and formal outerwear.
The brands said further store openings are planned for 2017, however they declined to comment on the locations.
In Germany, Topshop and Topman are currently available at Oberpollinger, Munich, KaDeWe, Berlin and Karstadt, Hamburg, as well as online and on zalando.de.
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