Don't miss this week
Drapers gives you the first look at JD Sports’ new menswear fascia JD Open’s first store.
As the sunny weather disappears and the kids go back to school, a new season begins.
Ashley Morris is co-owner of Linzi Shoes, which has one store at Westfield Stratford and four in Essex, and a member of the Fashion Association of Britain.
Family-run footwear chain Charles Clinkard has recorded a 9.1% rise in like-for-like sales to £15.6m for the six months to July 31.
Sainsbury’s began trialling online sales of its Tu clothing brand this weekend, with about 200 customers based in the Midlands invited to take part.
McArthurGlen has laid down plans to open 2.7 million sq ft of retail space over the next three years, at a cost of almost €1.5bn (£1.2bn).
Dublin department store Arnotts has launched its first store loyalty card, the Wonder Card, today.
Tesco has issued a profit warning and announced chief executive Dave Lewis will start on Monday, a month earlier than scheduled.
Asos chief information officer Pete Marsden has left the etailer after almost two years with the company.
Stockholm Fashion Week
A look at the best shows from the third and final day of Swedish fashion week.
Mark Allatt is co-founder of campaign group Open Sundays.
In the notoriously quiet month of August, the battle against business rates does not subside.
Grace Gordon is the founder of leather goods brand Grace Gordon.
Deryane Tadd is the owner of womenswear boutique The Dressing Room in St Albans and a member of the Fashion Association of Britain (FAB).
An up and coming shirting brand is the latest to catch our Fashion Team’s eye this season.
There’s great entertainment to be had in the month of August by checking the nationals for their silly season stories.
Harrods managing director Michael Ward says its Shoe Heaven concept puts it ahead of the field in the battle for well-heeled shoppers.
Want it, snap it, find it - picture-led shopping apps that allow customers to search by taking images and submitting them to the app are taking off, and retailers are queuing to sign up.
An unexpected approach from Tanya Elizabeth.
A big noise hits London’s stage- Vintage guitars and music photography help John Varvatos make a high-volume arrival onto the European retail scene
Confidence was high on the first day of the spring 15 edition of Micam Milan on Sunday (August 31), with footwear brands reporting increased orders following strong sales throughout the summer.