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Reading the acres of coverage about the HSBC Swiss bank tax “scandal” recently, I became confused about what the precise problem is.
Criticism over zero-hour contracts, slowing growth at Sports Direct and the controversial dismissal of USC factory workers have all culminated in a perfect storm for retail mogul Mike Ashley.
After months of speculation, Shop Direct finally launched its premium offering Very Exclusive at 0.01am today and so far the response has been ‘Very’ good.
Entries have been flooding in for our ‘Day in the Life of Fashion’ competition to win tickets to the Next Generation event on April 16. Here are some of our favourites.
On April 16 Drapers will be bringing together some of the biggest names in fashion retail, from Net-a-Porter co-founder Mark Sebba to Coast chief executive Kate Bostock, to talk about how they built their careers at our annual Next Generation event. Want to come along? Read on to find out how you can win a free place.
After our recent trips to shows in four European countries, it was good to start visiting events at home in the past week.
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.
Drapers’ fashion editor Graeme Moran discusses the key trends from the autumn 15 menswear shows.
From the appointments of Richard Nicoll at Jack Wills and Nicolas Ghesquiere at Louis Vuitton, to the Kimye US Vogue cover, here are the fashion stories that got everyone talking this year.
Burlington’s socks and Manchester indie Oi Polloi have come up with a novel way to entice customers this Christmas.