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The Centre for Fashion Enterprise director is rightly proud of the organisation’s unsung work nurturing London’s fashion stars.
The London Fashion Week designer tells Emily Norval about the importance of pre-collections and what’s in the pipeline for spring 14.
The British designer tells Ian Wright about his previous life in basketball and why he won’t offer a bespoke service.
Fashion retailers looking to take a share of China’s huge market need to understand its online players.
The retailer is building on a previous campaign to engage with customers - but will it miss out on sales?
A Phase Eight store tends to be one of those shops that you feel ought to be a well-to-do indie, but is actually part of a relatively substantial chain.
Jaeger has been through tough times in the past couple of years.
Berlin can probably lay claim to being the best place in Europe, if not the world, in which to pick up a pair of jeans.
Its own twist on directional trends gives this brand an up-to-the-minute look, says Graeme Moran.
This short-order label is feathering young fashion indies’ nests with its on-trend printed T-shirts and more, writes Graeme Moran.
This fresh UK brand takes women’s basics and gives them a bold new lease of life, says Graeme Moran.
Fashion Blogs and Comment
Raf Simons’ show in Monaco was a gamble that’ll surely pay off.
This time last week, we were waiting for Marks & Spencer to unveil its autumn 13 womenswear collection (see Drapers’ thoughts on this Reuters video) to see if it could rescue falling clothing sales; today we await its less favourable full-year results due out tomorrow.
It is impossible for the images coming out of Bangladesh in the past few weeks not to leave their impact and, in discussing the business response to the tragedy, we must not lose sight of the fact that people have lost their lives because sufficient precautions were not taken.
The much-anticipated preview of Marks & Spencer’s autumn 13 collection drew everyone’s focus to the quality of the range – but at what expense to the actual customer?