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  • Oh, the weather outside is frightful ...Subscription

    Features21 February 2008

    As climate change bites, the high street needs to wise up or risk losing out

  • Asos.comSubscription

    The Drapers Interview21 February 2008

    After making its name with celebrity-inspired styles, etailer tells Lauretta Roberts why it has a lot more to offer than just copycat clothes

  • Personal trainersSubscription

    News8 September 2007

    The trainer is shedding its classic look, with 1980s-inspired styling heralding bright colours, high-shine finishes and painterly graphics for spring 08

  • Figure fixersSubscription

    News8 September 2007

    Merchandisers' love for Excel spreadsheets can turn sour as the files grow bigger and data gets lost in the muddle. Penelope Ody seeks out some alternatives

  • One for the roadSubscription

    News8 September 2007

    Deciding whether to outsource distribution depends on each individual retailer. But if they decide to go ahead, there are plenty of providers, says Simon Jack

  • Material thinkingSubscription

    News8 September 2007

    Autumn 08 heralds some innovative fabric blends and finishes as producers aim to keep pace with fashion's seasonal changes. Over the next six pages, we take a closer look at the textiles market ahead of this month's fabric shows

  • Tightly knitSubscription

    News8 September 2007

    A merger between two Australian wool organisations could revitalise both the Woolmark brand and the knitwear industry, as Linda Foster discovers

  • Beauty and the beachSubscription

    News8 September 2007

    Heidi Gosman and Penny Klein launched premium beachwear brand Heidi Klein after working as retail management consultants. Tapping into the holiday wardrobe needs of the jet set, the company opened its first standalone store in London's Westbourne Grove (below) in April 2002. A second London store followed in 2004, and a website was launched a year later. Since September 2006 the brand has been sold in Harvey Nichols in London and Barneys in New York.

  • Legal noticesSubscription

    News8 September 2007


  • Sports doyens launch upmarket fasciaSubscription

    News8 September 2007

    A group of sportswear industry veterans have launched a new sports concept called Lab Sport.

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