Retail billionaire Sir Philip Green hosts a lavish feast to celebrate the opening of the new Topshop store in Miami..... two years after selling BHS for just £1
He was vilified for making millions from the demise of BHS, which resulted in 11,000 job loses when 164 were closed in August 2016.
Sir Philip Green, 65, was enjoying the fruits of his labour hosting a celebration of a new Topshop and Topman opening at Cecconi's, Soho Beach House in Miami on Saturday night.
The bash was full of opulence at the private members club with tree lights, a delicious feast and glamorous guests.
Pure wealth: Sir Philip was in his element hosting the celebration of the Topshop and Topman Miami store opening at Cecconi's at Soho Beach House on Saturday night
In the wake of the scandal that erupted as a consequence of the BHS disaster, Sir Green has since agreed to pay back £363m into the defunct store's pension fund.
Elsewhere the businessman is cutting jobs at his Arcadia Group head office to streamline the business.
The retail group, which owns both Topshop and Dorothy Perkins, is cutting 300 roles in total.
Money talk: Sir Green was in his usual smart/casual attire wearing a black suit and a crisp white shirt with his silver hair swept back and his permanent tan from plenty of holiday time
In high spirits: Sir Philip was enjoying his own success chatting to guests at the Italian restaurant in his usual dapper style while indulging in a pasta meal
In 2016 profits at the group fell by 16 per cent to £211m but despite these cuts the retail tycoon has been enjoying indulging himself lately.
Last Monday he was seen enjoying a night out with his glamorous wife Tina at Scott's restaurant in Mayfair, London.
The 65-year-old tycoon, who is estimated to be worth £3.8bn, cut a dapper figure for his dinner date in a black pinstriped suit paired with a white fitted shirt which was open at the neck.
Dinner date: Putting the BHS scandal behind him, Sir Philip Green enjoyed a lavish night out with his glamorous wife Tina at Scott's restaurant in Mayfair, London on Monday
Billionaires: The 65-year-old tycoon, who is estimated to be worth £3.8bn, cut a dapper figure for his dinner date in a black pinstriped suit paired with a white fitted shirt which was open at the neck as he joined wife Tina in their luxury car
Flashing a relaxed smile and a healthy tan, the Arcadia Group chairman chatted to pals before joining his wife of 27 years in his luxury car.
Tina went for a classically British look for her night out, clad in a black rollneck jumper, paired with a leather skirt and a elegant houndstooth coat.
Her blonde locks were styled sleek and straight and she went for simple glowing make-up.
The couple wed in 1990 and share two children, Chloe, 26 and Brandon, 24.
Chloe is notably dating 'Hot Felon' and model Jeremy Meeks.
Smile: Flashing a relaxed smile and a healthy tan, the Arcadia Group chairman chatted to pals
Night out: Sir Philip looked delighted after his seafood dinner at the celebrity haunt
Happy couple: Tina went for a classically British look for her night out, clad in a black rollneck jumper, paired with a leather skirt and a elegant houndstooth coat
The model recently said that he was not interested in the Topshop heiress' money, after leaving his wife to be with her.
He told The Mirror: 'I’ve never been happier in my life than right now,' Meeks said. 'We’ve found love, we’re in love and we are very happy.
'I love Chloe for her and if she didn’t have a dollar I wouldn’t give a s*** because we’re so happy.'
Family: The couple wed in 1990 and share two children, Chloe, 26 (above) and Brandon, 24
Back in black: 'Hot Felon' Jeremy Meeks has recently gushed about his budding romance with Chloe Green