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Idris Elba may be a while off saving the world as James Bond, but in the meantime the British actor and singer is being parachuted in to save Superdry’s stateside operations.
I may regret saying this, especially as the bank holiday approaches, spring seems to have arrived - at least in the south of England.
The Chancellor’s budget on March 18 contained plans to save high street shops from the threat of online competition with a business rates review said to be the widest ranging in a generation.
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Blue Inc finance director Mike Rainer is leaving the young fashion retailer after four years.
Danish brand house Bestseller will donate all of its global sales to charity on April 10.
Retail sales bounced back in March after a sluggish February and look set to continue their upwards trend over Easter, according to the Confederation of British Industry.
Sports Direct has opened a 49,400 sq ft store in Glasgow that features a USC shop-in-shop.
The Competition and Markets Authority has opened an investigation into possible anti-competitive behaviour and price fixing in the UK fashion and footwear industry.
Drapers has a sneak preview of London Fashion Week designer Marios Schwab’s autumn 15 range of bags for Fiorelli.
See inside Scandinavian young fashion retailer Lindex’s first UK store at Westfield Stratford ahead of this afternoon’s official opening.
British heritage brand Ben Sherman has been put up for sale by its US owner Oxford Industries.
Tesco’s F&F will open its first stores in Russia in June, according to its franchise partner Debruss.
The deadline for entries to this year’s Drapers Independents Awards has been extended to April 10.
Amazon is reported to be in ongoing talks to acquire Net-a-Porter Group, five years after the etailer was bought by luxury group Richemont.
Independent retailers across the UK and Ireland are pinning their hopes on a strong Easter to make up for a difficult trading period in the run-up to spring.
Protestors gathered outside Dolce & Gabbana’s London flagship earlier today following the designers’ controversial comments opposing gay adoption and IVF.
Ann-Sofie Johansson has risen from shop assistant to design boss at H&M, picking up some luxury friends along the way
Parallel worlds: Celia Birtwell and Dame Zandra Rhodes have long been icons of UK fashion, but are now working together for the first time.
Amery Capital’s Maurice Helfgott is proving to have a knack for transforming the fortunes of struggling fashion businesses
With an armful of Drapers Independents Awards, Young Ideas owner Anne Wright recounts how a store in a Derbyshire market town became a beacon of indie retail.