The Arcadia Group is a UK based fashion group which in 2002 became part of Taveta Investments, owned by Sir Philip Green and his family.
Arcadia officially entered administration on 30 November 2020, with many of the group's brands at risk of closure. Many stores across the UK are also set to close including Topshop's flagship store on London's Oxford Street.
In December 2020, Arcadia's Irish companies confirmed they will be liquidated. The impending closure of its Irish operations will result in less than 500 job losses in the Republic of Ireland.
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Operating loss of £137.5 million (2018)
menswear; womenswear; kidswear; footwear; jewellery; sportswear; wwimwear; bags; accessories; fragrance; beauty
Burton; Dorothy Perkins; Miss Selfridge; Outfit; Topman; Topshop; Wallis
Debit card; Credit card; American Express; Apple Pay
Most brands in the group allow for some form of discount, see individual profiles for specific information.
Each Arcadia Group brand handles its own PR, see individual profiles for specific PR information.