Don't miss this week
Drapers’ associate editor Kat Spybey talks to senior reporter Tara Hounslea about a report detailing poor working conditions in the UK textiles and garment manufacturing industry and the potential £2bn New Look IPO.
I am hardly a fan of reality TV and contrived competitions, but The Great British Sewing Bee has me hooked.
Giulio Cinque is owner of designer independent Giulio in Cambridge.
Cecile Reinaud is founder of maternitywear etailer Séraphine.
Reading the acres of coverage about the HSBC Swiss bank tax “scandal” recently, I became confused about what the precise problem is.
Beards on the frow and cereal thrillers.
A woman from Sunderland will appear at Newcastle-upon-Tyne Crown Court on Thursday March 5 charged with the sale of more than 1,300 fakes designed to look like products by brands including Mulberry, Barbour and Ugg.
Pam Pam, a new trainer focused women’s-only lifestyle store, has opened in Shoreditch.
Ted Baker chief executive Ray Kelvin maintains wholesale will continue to be a central part of the business, despite the challenges faced by multi-brand retailers such as USC and Bank.
London Luton Airport is doubling its retail space to over 93,600 sq ft as part of £100m redevelopment plans designed to increase the airport’s capacity from 12 to 18 million passengers per year.
Whistles’ new head of ecommerce Jennie Blythe has emphasised the importance of personalisation to grow online sales at the “retail-heavy” business.
Royal Mail is launching a shopfront on China’s Tmall at the end of March to offer UK retailers and exporters the opportunity to sell to the country’s 302 million online shoppers.
Young fashion brand Lipsy has teamed up with former Coronation Street star Michelle Keegan for the fifth time this season.
The final day of Milan Fashion Week saw Giorgio Armani celebrate his 40th year in business in classic fashion.
The key shows from this weekend, including collections from Versace, Jil Sander and Marni.
Top buyers highlight the stand out womenswear catwalk trends from the autumn 15 edition of LFW.
London Fashion Week drew to a close with shows from designers including Michael van der Ham, Christopher Raeburn and Emilio de la Morena.
New York Fashion Week drew to a close last night before London takes centre stage from today (February 20).
Michael Kors offered a lesson in discreet luxury with his elegant autumn 15 collection at NYFW.
Berlin Autumn 15
Troubled trade show Bread & Butter has changed the dates of its July exhibition in order to run at the same time as other Berlin shows.
The London Fashion Week designer has unveiled his debut collection for the young fashion chain Jack Wills.
Footfall was lower than usual at the Kensington Shoe Event, which took place from March 1-3 at the Kensington Close Hotel in west London.
Kidswear has got a new designer outlet - and it’s made with mothers in mind.
The talented designer looks to her rock ‘n’ roll heroines when creating a signature look for her womenswear range.
The retail veteran and founder of London independent Woodhouse on why his Mr Start label is moving in a more casual direction.
Retailers are increasingly using online video content to drive sales and boost customer loyalty.