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Roger Pedder, the former chairman of footwear firm Clarks, has died aged 74 after a battle with leukaemia.
Fat Face is planning to expand its distribution operations with a new facility in Havant, Portsmouth, to supports its growth in the UK and overseas.
Womenswear trade show Pure London has revealed the first brands signed up for its menswear debut in February 2016, including White Stuff and young fashion label Brave Soul.
Ambulances were called to the Sports Direct headquarters in Shirebrook, Derbyshire, more than 80 times in two years because staff were “too scared” to take sick leave, the BBC reports.
Alison Loehnis has been promoted to president of the Net-a-Porter Group from her role as president of Net-a-Porter.com, a month after founder Natalie Massenet resigned as executive chairman.
Local councils will be given control of business rates in a complete overhaul of the system, chancellor George Osborne has revealed.
House of Fraser has introduced two new next day delivery options - pre-noon and afternoon.
Some 25% of Mr Porter’s sales come from footwear, so it is unsurprising that the luxury etailer is giving the category a new emphasis under the slogan: Mr Porter. The World’s Best Shoes.
American Apparel has filed for bankruptcy protection in the US, less than two months after the business warned it could cease trading within a year.
A deal to merge rival etailers Net-a-Porter and Yoox has today completed, creating an online luxury fashion giant with combined revenues of €1.3bn (£940m) and profits of €108m (£79m).
Savile Row tailor Gieves & Hawkes has said it is in a “weak” position after it continued to lose money last year despite rising sales.
Troubled shirtmaker Austin Reed saw its pre-tax losses widen to £5.4m last year, with its financial woes resulting in the closure of 31 stores.
The Lewis family behind River Island has been rewarded with a £30m dividend after the retailer continued to enjoy a strong period of trading.
Retailers in the West End will enjoy a £2.45bn boost from the arrival of Crossrail, according to new research.
Drapers speaks to fashion director of menswear, sports and fine watches Jason Broderick about Harrods’ first month long menswear takeover, launched on October 1. Tying in with the launch of the autumn/winter 15 edition of the Harrods Man magazine, the luxury department store has partnered with 12 designers for its Cover to Cover menswear campaign including Tom Ford, Brioni, Valentino, Paul Smith and Burberry, the later which created a 28 piece capsule collection in honour of the event.
Chief executive of Coast Kate Bostock has stepped down from her role, but will remain in the business in a consultancy capacity.
Family footwear brand Start-rite is hunting for new leadership to push the business forward as chief executive and chairman Peter Lamble prepares to step down after 25 years.
Work has begun to convert one of the venues used by London Collections Men, the Old Sorting Office, into office and retail space.
Primark has signed a 10-year lease for one of the largest logistics sites in The Netherlands to fuel the retailer’s growing presence in Europe.
US sportswear brand New Era has opened its UK flagship at 40 Carnaby Street in London.