Let's get this straight from the start, this isn't your local high street clobber. These are custom, one-off Topshop pieces that rival the highest of couture houses when it comes to design. Topshop’s ballers consisted of the freshest of faces and the most established of legs (hello Joan Smalls).
Our favourite up-and-comer, Sofia Richie wore a silver and gold lame gown with deep-V neckline and cowl back detailing. Accessorized to the max with a chocker, of course. The dress was so metallic it could be used by her father, Lionel Richie as a disco ball for dancing on the ceiling. It turns out the ‘it’ girl turned model is quite the Topshop fan as she confessed to our Joshington Hosts at the UNIQUE show in February, recalling that her first memory of Topshop was partaking in a lock in with none other than Sir Phillip Green and Lionel himself. Ours however was a little less low key. Just.
Another Hollywood offspring who made a splash in Topshop was Sistine Stallone, who also closed the UNIQUE show at London Fashion Week. Wearing a silver beaded, backless gown with sweeping train she made going up the Rocky steps seem ever so graceful.
Joan Smalls however led the pack in a modesty defying floor length red dress complete with a plunging neckline and thigh-high split that engendered many heart palpitations.
Team Topshop was rounded off by two recent celebrity mothers, Candice Swanepoel in a dramatic strapless black gown and Behati Prinsloo who recently had her first child with Maroon 5’s Adam Levine. Wearing angelic white the Victoria’s Secret angel was anything but an angel with her daring cleavage. Racy. Much?
That wasn’t it as some top men also slipped into Topman. Namely Presley Gerber, the seventeen-year-old son of Cindy Crawford who has the cheek bones to rival his mother’s. Wearing a velvet tuxedo jacket with contrast trousers the up-and-coming model’s bone structure was only rivaled by Jordan Barrett who also attended the ball in Topman, wearing a monochrome tux.
It’s safe to say the girls and guys may have picked high street but they didn’t substitute the sass.