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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.
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.
At Debenhams’ press briefing on Wednesday morning, chief executive Michael Sharp said “product remains at the heart of what we do”.
Topshop’s eagerly anticipated latest collaboration with supermodel Kate Moss will hit stores and online next week.
The British Fashion Council has shortlisted Christopher Raeburn, Christopher Shannon, E Tautz, Lou Dalton and Richard Nicoll for the BFC GQ Designer Menswear Fund 2014, which is supported by luxury mobile phone brand Vertu.
Denim brand Lee is kicking off its 125th anniversary celebrations with an exclusive collaboration with top designers.
Westminster City Council has granted permission for Chanel to expand its Bond Street flagship, which will see it convert an entire office floor into retail space.
Primark is to open stores in the northeast of America towards the end of next year following “extensive research” by the retailer.
Sports Direct has criticised its shareholders for withdrawing support over a bonus scheme for Mike Ashley, saying it could lead to “further uncertainty” for the company.
Ian Humphris, joint managing director of marketing consultancy Life Agency.
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).
Textiles take centre stage this season at short-order womenswear label Nancy Dee, with British-made sustainable fabrics such as bamboo cloth or a modal and silk-blend jersey being used to cement its credentials as a fashionable ethical brand.
Some rising stars pause for a picture and tell us where they see themselves in 10 years’ time.
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.
Victoria Suffield, owner of lifestyle retailer The Hambledon in Winchester, Hampshire.
Originally ‘The King of Cufflinks’, Simon Carter moved into men’s tailoring and ultimately reigned supreme at last year’s Drapers Awards.
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.