Updated: 2 days 8 hours ago
Next and H&M have taken action after Syrian refugee children were found working in their factories in Turkey last year.
Notonthehighstreet.com has appointed Net-a-Porter’s chief technology officer Hugh Fahy to the same role.
An influx of tourists coming to the UK during Chinese New Year next week should provide a welcome sales boost in February, according to tax-free spending firm Global Blue.
Dover Street Market is to open at its new location in London’s Haymarket on March 19.
BSGL 1963, the UK licence holder for Ben Sherman, has been acquired by menswear supplier BMB Clothing as part of a pre-pack administration, saving a number of jobs in the brand’s head office and the majority of its stores.
Sir Stuart Hampson, chairman of The Crown Estate, will retire this summer after six years in the role.
John Lewis will debut in the Middle East by opening its largest shop-in-shop to date in Dubai in spring 2017.
The White Company almost doubled its profits last year, while sales were up 14%.
Tesco is to cut pay on Sundays and overtime rates for workers in an effort to cut costs.
Debenhams has narrowed losses in its Irish arm by 21% to €6.7m (£5m) as sales increased.
Ivan Pratt, a member of the family that owned Irish retailer Avoca, has bought the wholesale business back from US catering group Aramark.
Womenswear trade show Scoop International will temporarily relocate to Old Billingsgate Market for the spring 17 season.
Brantano UK is to shutter its shop in Thanet, Kent, just a week after announcing the business was going into administration, putting 2,000 jobs at risk.
Drapers news editor Kirsty McGregor and news reporter Luke Todd discuss retailers’ discounting intentions for 2016, the administration of Brantano UK and senior departures at Graziashop.com.
British menswear brand and retailer Pretty Green is preparing to grow its UK store network following a strong Christmas trading period.
More than 20 parties have expressed in buying all or parts of Brantano UK following its collapse into administration last week. Drapers takes a look back at the value footwear chain’s history.
The UK will be one of H&M’s top expansion markets in 2016 as the Swedish fast fashion chain pushes ahead with larger stores and mulls the launch of click-and-collect, chief financial officer Jyrki Tervonen has revealed.
Amazon reported a record net profit of $482m (£335m) for the three months to December 31, but missed analyst expectations of $754m (£524m) by a wide margin.
John Lewis reported a 7.1% increase in sales year-on-year for the week to January 23 to £73.8m, as temperatures across the UK dropped.
The owner of footwear firm Dr Martens is reportedly among the investors looking to buy a stake in high street chain Reiss.