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It was black tie time again on May 21 when I attended the UK Fashion & Textile Awards at Tobacco Dock in east London, courtesy of my fellow son of Leeds, Simon Berwin.
Scarcely do I have a conversation with anyone in the business these days without talk turning to ecommerce.
Marks & Spencer’s full year results did not evolve into the comeback tale many were expecting.
In an interview with Drapers last month, House of Fraser’s chief executive Nigel Oddy revealed details of the department store’s imminent launch into China.
The remarkable turn of events last Friday morning made the most compelling telly viewing since the return of Mad Men and the arrival of Peter Kay’s new comedy series Car Share.
We do not like zero-hours contracts here at Drapers.
Is there anything more annoying than a website that doesn’t work properly on your phone? There are probably a few things, but it’s definitely up there with the best of them for me.
As consumers increasingly use mobile devices to research, browse and buy online, Google wants to do its part to ensure a smooth experience. Last week, it began rolling out an algorithm update that rewards ‘mobile-friendly’ sites, with users shown these to the detriment of others when searching from a handset.
Like a cork that keeps bobbing back to the surface, critical scrutiny of the fashion supply chain refuses to disappear.
Anne Wright is the owner of womenswear independent Young Ideas in Ashbourne, Derbyshire
The new ranges we have brought in for spring 15 say a lot about the direction menswear is taking today.
Heather Firbank was an It girl of the early 1900s, but is now known for the archive of her clothing that is held by the V&A in London.
The new Apple Watch has whipped up a frenzy in the wearable tech market. More than one million devices are said to have been pre-ordered during the first weekend of its availability last weekend, and there’s still a week and a half to go until its official release on April 24.
Ever wanted to design your own pair of shoes? Thanks to footwear brand CAT I recently got the chance to, and so can you by entering the new Drapers’ Graduate of the Year category which has been introduced as part of the Drapers Footwear Awards 2015.
With a huge waiting list and endorsement from Alexa Chung and Olivia Palermo, a humble suede midi skirt could signal a change in fortunes for M&S’s womenswear sales
Drapers has a sneak preview of London Fashion Week designer Marios Schwab’s autumn 15 range of bags for Fiorelli.
A new book of previously unseen photographs tells the story of Alexander McQueen’s seminal autumn 96 show at Christ Church in London’s East End.
Drapers brings you an early look inside the V&A’s latest exhibition ahead of its official opening this weekend.
Ahead of its official opening this Saturday, Drapers brings you an exclusive first look at the breath-taking Alexander McQueen: Savage Beauty exhibition at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London.
Italian mega brand Emporio Armani has unveiled its spring 15 underwear campaign, featuring its new face Calvin Harris.
River Island is backing festival fringing, bright whites and sugary pastels for its high summer range for 2015.
Wavey Garms is a free selling vintage fashion platform for likeminded people. With over 70,000 members and buyers on Facebook, social media platforms have allowed founders Andres Barry and Gabrielle Roberts’ dreams of creating a nostalgic fashion community become true. And they have some tips for you too.