One of the panel at last week’s judging for the Drapers Awards 2014 summed up the current situation very well: “It’s a testament to the strength of the sector that many of the choices were so difficult.”
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British manufacturing has been at the forefront of my mind over the past few weeks.
Maria Morais is managing consultant at digital agency Neoworks.
Blair Daniel is manager and buyer at men’s young fashion independent Concept Clothing in Aberdeen.
Adam Jagger is buying consultant for Lambert’s Yard, a design, fashion and lifestyle retail and events space that will open in Leeds next month
Denise Green is womenswear buyer at Jarrold independent department store in Norwich and a member of the Fashion Association of Britain (FAB)
Many Scottish businesses will have breathed a collective sigh of relief at this morning’s referendum results, as did I when I clambered out of bed and switched on the news - if only because it ends months of uncertainty.
How many watches are bought as coming-of-age presents these days?
Just five days into September and the quiet month of August has been left firmly behind.
As the sunny weather disappears and the kids go back to school, a new season begins.
The fashion designer died today at the age of 82.
Hunter Original has released its autumn 14 video campaign after the clothing line launched in February at London Fashion Week.
Easy to wear, oversized silhouettes are the premise for new Hong Kong womenswear label Edit.
International Woolmark Prize 2013/14 winner Rahul Mishra today launched his exclusive winning capsule collection at London department store Harvey Nichols.
An up and coming shirting brand is the latest to catch our Fashion Team’s eye this season.
Drapers picks the best looks from the womenswear names to know at the recent Copenhagen fashion week.
Copenhagen’s biggest trade show CIFF got off to a steady start this week, with the first three days of the four-day event welcoming a solid number of visitors, although some brands believed that this season’s new dates and the sunny Danish weather had caused buyers to stay away.