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Next time NatWest charges me £35 for breaching my modest overdraft limit by, say, £15 for part of one day, I shall offer in my plea for clemency the case of this week’s accountancy nightmare from Tesco.
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
Footwear brands have embraced the decision to give Milanese trade show Micam a midweek slot for September 2015, but Who’s Next exhibitors are less convinced by the Paris womenswear show’s move to a later date.
Annual sourcing show Fashion SVP intends to add a second seasonal event from 2016 after a successful three days at London Olympia this week earned praise from exhibitors and visitors.
The British Footwear Association has promoted John Saunders to chief executive, effective from November 1.
Liverpool Fashion Week will broaden its reach to include kidswear and teen fashion this October, as part of its aim to make fashion “accessible to people of all ages and backgrounds”.
Sports Direct has announced that two new concessions will open in Debenhams stores in Bristol and Guildford next month.
Little White Lies has launched a higher-priced womenswear range for spring 15 in a bid to attract upmarket retailers such as Net-a-Porter and Selfridges.
SoundOut Retail and WGSN have developed a customer insight tool designed to anticipate successful items before they hit stores.
Luxury brand house Kering has taken 12,000 sq ft of office space at 62 Buckingham Gate, a new building in Victoria, London.
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The Drapers Interview
Through its acquisition of distributors and franchise partners, SuperGroup’s global expansion is gathering momentum under chief operating officer Susanne Given.
Lewis leads wacoal’s united front: a new name signals a fresh approach for lingerie group Wacoal Eveden, chief executive Tracy Lewis explains.
During last week’s New York catwalks, Tommy Hilfiger launched the First-Timers programme to attract a more diverse audience.
Brands at LFW showed how they are taking the catwalk to consumers.
N Brown has brought its Simply Be and Jacamo dual fascia to Oxford Street. How does it shape up against the West End heavyweights?
After seven years on a quiet back street, The Goodhood Store has moved centre stage with its new Shoreditch store.