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Designers Paul Smith and Victoria Beckham are among the judges lined up to decide the winner of the Woolmark prize 2015.
Retailers, unions and the government are gearing up for battle over controversial zero- and minimum-hours contracts and what they mean for the industry.
Hackett has opened its new London store at 55 Old Broad Street.
Deckers, parent company of Ugg, has appointed former Luxottica director Sergio Azzolari to the role of senior vice president of Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA) commencing on February 2.
Drapers editorial director Eric Musgrave talks to senior news reporter Jill Geoghegan about the future of supermarket fashion brands as the grocers face calls to close stores to improve profits.
Kenzo will open a pop-up store at 99 Mount Street in London’s Mayfair while its Bruton Street store is closed for renovation.
Head of new media for the Grazia International Network, Dragana Andjic, and Richard Hatfield, Graziashop.com managing director, talk to Drapers about the ecommerce site’s launch last week (November 11) and the brands that are proving to be the strongest performers so far.
Kieran McBride has been promoted to the position of director of buying at Fenwick for its Newcastle and York stores.
Richemont is considering an initial public offering of Net-a-Porter.com as soon as next year, according to Bloomberg.
Mothercare is backing embellished, more detailed and higher quality clothing while it seeks to ramp up its fashion offer across its high street stores to grow sales and profits in its clothing arm.
The former chief executive of JJB Sports, Christopher Ronnie, has been found guilty of accepting more than £1m in backhanders from suppliers.
Designer Margaret Howell has opened a standalone shop and production office in Florence.
Lacoste has partnered with Snapchat for its latest marketing campaign #spotthecroc.
Open, the menswear fascia from sportswear giant JD Sports, will launch four new stores next week in Bristol, Glasgow, Leicester and Dudley.
Hilditch & Key has revamped its Jermyn Street store and is launching a new website this week to present a more classic contemporary look for the shirtmaker, which was founded in 1899.
Cornish lifestyle brand Seasalt is expanding internationally, having appointed its first agent in Germany.
As competition for Christmas spend hots up, retailers that fail to offer transparent and flexible delivery options for online purchases could miss out, according to new research.
Inditex, the parent company of Zara, has reported a 42% increase in online sales to a record €553m (£442m).
Underlying group pre-tax profit increased by 65% to £3.3m at Mothercare for the 28 weeks to October 11, as the retailer’s turnaround plan started to take hold.
Mulberry’s former group supply director, Ian Scott, tells Drapers schools should partner up with local manufacturing firms to promote job opportunities in the sector.