Don't miss this week
As John Lewis unveils a range of events to mark its 150th anniversary next month, Drapers takes a look back at the retailers 150 year history.
Fashion commentator and founder of All Walks Beyond the catwalk Caryn Franklin on the importance of ethical fashion.
Talking business Maria Hvorostovsky is the director and founder of recruiter HVO Search
Ronke Fashola is founder of pop-up boutique LoveurLook, which will launch in House of Fraser Oxford Street on May 12.
French Connection’s board took home £1.18m last year, an increase of £279,000 in the previous 12 months.
Labour leader Ed Miliband will pledge stricter controls on zero-hour contracts across the UK today, as he unveils the findings of a party-commissioned review into the controversial working practice.
The largest ever retrospective of the late designer Alexander McQueen will come to London’s Victoria & Albert Museum next spring.
Sir Stuart Rose is to stand down as chairman of Blue Inc as the young fashion retailer prepares to float on the stock market.
Sports Direct’s founder and deputy executive chairman Mike Ashley is eyeing a fresh incentive scheme after investors blocked the bonus incentive that would have paid him a £70m in shares.
Internacionale’s suppliers stand to receive a maximum of 0.01% of the £47m unsecured debt owed when it entered administration in February.
At Debenhams’ press briefing on Wednesday morning, chief executive Michael Sharp said “product remains at the heart of what we do”.
Ian Humphris, joint managing director of marketing consultancy Life Agency.
Reading-based womenswear brand Eden Row is launching for autumn 14, with wholesale orders being taken now for a September delivery.
Some rising stars pause for a picture and tell us where they see themselves in 10 years’ time.
Tracy-Anne Fraser, is the owner of Somerset-based womenswear stores Grace at No 5 and The Frock Shop, and a member of the Fashion Association of Britain (FAB).
This week saw the relaunch of www.harveynichols.com. Drapers Keely Stocker gives her verdict.
The foot soldiers of fashion retail were put into the spotlight on Tuesday evening at the awards dinner for the We Love Retail competition, run by property company Hammerson.
By upping its distribution capabilities, Schuh is on a good footing for growth under managing director Colin Temple
Topman has launched a campaign with augmented reality advertising agency Blippar that allows shoppers to virtually try on product.
The smart flagship store recently unveiled by Nicholas Deakins in Leeds signals a new maturity for the men’s clothing and footwear brand.
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