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At Debenhams’ press briefing on Wednesday morning, chief executive Michael Sharp said “product remains at the heart of what we do”.
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Internacionale’s suppliers stand to receive a maximum of 0.01% of the £47m unsecured debt owed when it entered administration in February.
New Look owner Tom Singh and Raj Sehgal of Internacionale are among the 101 richest Asians in Britain.
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.
Made entirely in the UK, short-order label Jaded London offers a fresh take on streetwear with its bright prints and streamlined silhouettes.
A concerted effort among fashion companies to increase the number of board-level female executives is seeing results in the sector, with a rise in female chief executives after last year’s decline.
Topshop’s eagerly anticipated latest collaboration with supermodel Kate Moss will hit stores and online next week.
Sir Stuart Rose is to stand down as chairman of Blue Inc as the young fashion retailer prepares to float on the stock market.
Sports Direct’s founder and deputy executive chairman Mike Ashley is eyeing a fresh incentive scheme after investors blocked the bonus incentive that would have paid him a £70m in shares.
Denim brand Lee is kicking off its 125th anniversary celebrations with an exclusive collaboration with top designers.
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.
Former chief executive of N Brown Alan White has been appointed chairman of British footwear manufacturer and retailer Hotter Shoes to drive international expansion at the company.
Less than half the funds being sought by NGOs and the UN’s International Labour Organisation have been raised for the victims of the Rana Plaza factory collapse, a year after the incident, which claimed 1,129 lives.
By upping its distribution capabilities, Schuh is on a good footing for growth under managing director Colin Temple
Originally ‘The King of Cufflinks’, Simon Carter moved into men’s tailoring and ultimately reigned supreme at last year’s Drapers Awards.
Under Dani Reiss, Canada Goose has stretched its wings to encompass both Arctic explorers and suburban adventurers.
Fergus Patterson has big plans for Gant, which has made a success of menswear but found womenswear trickier.