Born in 1978, Topman is the male equivalent of its successful Arcadia stablemate, Topshop.

For four decades, Topman has earned its sartorial stripes with an unswerving, energetic approach to producing truly exciting high-street men’s fashion. Driving trends forward whilst shifting the way men approach shopping, the brand’s attitude to creating brilliant, affordable and authoritative menswear is second to none.

With a whopping 185 stores in its native Britain, almost every high street in the country boasts its very own slice of Topman. London’s mega Oxford Circus flagship sees 75,000 pairs of feet storm its 15,000 square-foot floor every week. The rest of the globe is catching up, too, with Topman stores in over sixty cities worldwide, stretching across twenty countries.

As one might suspect, the brand’s fashion forwardness continues into cyberspace, with its transactional website,, offering a full range of men’s clothing, suits, shoes and accessories.

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  1. December 18, 2018

    […] Topman and Zara are prime examples, with both, of course, holding extensive male sections that are a little easier on the pocket. There are other lesser-known brands around Knightsbridge as well, such as The Kooples in Brompton Road – an ultra-cool French brand that has over 300 stores in Europe and is now starting to become more prominent in the UK. […]

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