‘Philip Green is a horrible anti-feminist’ says Scarlett Curtis

‘He’s a horrible anti-feminist’: High Street mogul Sir Philip Green is lambasted in scathing attack by writer Scarlett Curtis after Topshop tore down display promoting her new book

Scarlett Curtis is still fuming after Topshop boss Sir Philip Green had a display in his London store devoted to her new book torn down.

Scarlett, who was joined by Strictly Come Dancing co-host Claudia Winkleman at the launch in West London of her tome, Feminists Don’t Wear Pink (And Other Lies), tells me: ‘In my view he’s anti-feminist. It’s horrible — he’s the epitome of the old model of how people with briefcases act.’

The 23-year-old daughter of Love Actually director Richard Curtis and broadcaster Emma Freud adds: ‘He hasn’t apologised to me and he hasn’t put it back up in Topshop.’

Over the weekend, Green told reporters: ‘I am fully a supporter of their cause and I’m sorry that there was a genuine misunderstanding.’

Scarlett Curtis (left), joined by Strictly Come Dancing co-host Claudia Winkleman (right) at the launch in West London of her tome, Feminists Don’t Wear Pink (And Other Lies)


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Topshop boss Sir Philip Green (right) had a display devoted to Scarlett’s new book torn down

Pictured: Pop-up shop in Topshop which promoted Feminists Don’t Wear Pink (and other lies)

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