Don't miss this week
Following the news this week that Adidas has filed a lawsuit against Forever 21 over the use of its three stripes mark, we take a look at some of the fashion lawsuits that have hit the headlines in recent years.
Two longstanding names that are trying to justify their respective places in the modern retail world – BHS and Austin Reed – have been in the news over the past week for less ...
As the spring 16 womenswear catwalk shows get under way this month, will we see another nod to retro references from the 1970s? Let’s hope not.
Today’s consumer is rarely without their mobile phone in their pocket, so email marketing is potentially a great way to catch them on the move and lure them into your physical store or onto your digital shop. But is your email marketing up to the challenge?
From 1 October 2015, a new law called the Consumer Rights Act 2015 will give individual customers (“consumers”) buying goods or services from businesses in the UK (including online sales) will have far more rights than ever before. John Clement, a partner at Turbervilles Solicitors, warns why the fashion industry should be waking up to the changes and getting prepared now.
In an omnichannel retail world, bricks and mortar can hang around the necks of tenants like an albatross. Tenants will usually take this into account and agree break dates with their landlords, so that they have the opportunity to exit properties that are not performing.
South African billionaire Christo Wiese, owner of value chain Pep&Co, said he will roll out the business “aggressively” into international markets when the time is right.
BHS has unveiled a new logo which spells out British Home Stores, as the department store continues its talks to secure additional debt facilities to fund its turnaround plan.
Online tailoring business A Suit That Fits has surpassed its crowdfunding target of £500,000 which it plans to use to create a nationwide network of 300 freelance suit fitters.
Michael Kors is set to open its fourth UK outlet store at Gunwharf Quays in Portsmouth next month.
US sportswear brand New Era will open a UK flagship on London’s Carnaby Street later this year.
Hunter has launched its autumn 15 campaign with a video entitled A Hunter Highland Fling.
Founded in 1999, the Jack Wills brand has come a long way since Peter Williams and Robert Shaw opened their first shop in Salcombe, Devon with an investment of just £40,000. As Peter Williams was this week reinstated as CEO after he stepped down from the role two years ago, Drapers looks back at the past decade for the preppy British retailer.
After a season of quieter-than-normal trade shows, is now the time for a rethink of the traditional exhibition format?
The pick of the brands from the spring 16 editions of Danish trade exhibitions CIFF, CIFF Raven and Revolver (August 5-7), plus top buyers views on the three shows.
Buyers were in a good mood, but there were not enough of them. That was the overall verdict on Moda, which closed yesterday (Tuesday) at the NEC in Birmingham after its three-day run.
Fat Face chief Anthony Thompson explains why he’s confident the brand will succeed where others have failed in the US and why he resists mid-season discounting and Black Friday.
Tommy Hilfiger is celebrating the 30th anniversary of his eponymous brand this year. He reveals the highs, the lows, and his simple formula for success.
A glimpse of the latest store openings from significant luxury and jeanswear names.
The founder of eponymous cufflinks and accessories brand Tateossian London on speaking seven languages and his ‘conservative contemporary’ style.