Parkwood, Beyonce and Jay Z's company, has bought out Green's 50% share in athleisure brand Ivy Park.
Beyonce has moved to cut ties with embattled British businessman Philip Green, who is fighting allegations of workplace harassment and bullying, by buying out his share in her clothing label Ivy Park.
The pop superstar launched the Ivy Park range with Green’s Arcadia Group back in 2016, having announced their intention to collaborate two years before that on new athletic sportswear brand. Now, however, she’s bought back Green’s 50% share of the brand.
Topshop, which Green’s company owns, will therefore stop stocking the range of tops, sports bras and leggings with immediate effect.
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The 'Keeping Up With The Kardashians' star opted for the high street brand at the Met Gala.
Kendall Jenner has been tipped to become the next face of Topshop after having built up a relationship with the high street brand and its owner, Sir Philip Green. The 18 year-old model and TV personality made her mark on the fashion world in February when she walked for Marc Jacobs and Giles Deacon at the New York and London fashion weeks respectively.
Kendall Jenner Wowed In Topshop At The Met Gala On Monday.
The younger sister of Kim Kardashian also made an appearance on the front row of the Topshop Unique show two months ago and watched fellow models Jourdan Dunn and Cara Delevingne on the catwalk. Kendall sat front row with US Vogue editor Anna Wintour, model Kate Moss and Sir Phil and posed for photos with the fashion tycoon after the show.
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The model is creating another 'Kate Moss x Topshop' collection for the UK high street brand.
Kate Moss is back designing for Topshop after her several sell-out collections for the high street shop cemented her role as one of the company's most coveted designers. Her previous work for the fashion brand proved so successful that she has joined forces with the successful UK fashion brand and its owner, Sir Philip Green, once more.
Kate At The Opening Of Topshop's Flagship New York Store In 2009.
"I am personally thrilled that Kate wanted to come back to Topshop to work with us again," said Green, reported by The Telegraph. "The first time around was such a lot of fun, and she has been sorely missed."
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Pop star Rihanna has won a high court battle with UK retailer Topshop after they used her face to sell a T-shirt without her permission.
An irate Rihanna has taken clothing retailer Topshop to court over a T-shirt dispute where her image was used without permission and, despite tougher UK laws on use of an artist's image, a judge has apparently ruled in her favour.
The T-shirt shows the sultry-looking star wearing her hair piled high with a headscarf and a white bra top and was on sale in the Philip Green-owned fashion retailer's stores in 2011. The Daily Mail now reports that the Barbadian singer won the High Court battle with the high street giant.
Rihanna Was Not Impressed When She Discovered Her Mug Was On An Unendorsed T-Shirt.
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Kim Kardashian's nude dress was a major talking point at the opening of Sir Philip Green's new Topshop and Topman stores in Los Angeles this week. Kardashian, 32, wore a nude black lace dress, feathery skirt, leather leggings and black pumps to celebrate the opening of flagship stores in West Hollywood. She was joined on the red-carpet by boyfriend Kanye West and mother Kris Jenner, while Ryan Seacrest, Derek Hough and Randy Jackson also made appearances.
Though Kardashian's nude dress did a wonderful job of embracing her pregnancy without being too revealing, the reality star had some major competition in the form of Welsh mezzo-soprano and recent Dancing with the Stars contestant Katherine Jenkins. The singer, 32, opted for a fitted strapless dress at the ritzy Cecconi's venue for the after-party, and matched it with gold heels and jewellery.
Sir Phillip Green has been planning the Topshop, Los Angeles stores for a while, and has aligned himself with the right people in Kim Kardashian etc as he brings his British clothing empire across the pond. He was the man behind Kate Moss' hugely successful line for Topshop in the UK and has called on the fashion forward Kate Bosworth to deliver a similar range for the Los Angeles store. The Superman Returns actress was also in attendance at the opening, opting for a gold mini-dress with cross-bar neckline.
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