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Ted Baker has launched a Christmas game encouraging its shoppers to participate in finding Santa’s missing elves to be in with a chance of winning more than 150 prizes.
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From the appointments of Richard Nicoll at Jack Wills and Nicolas Ghesquiere at Louis Vuitton, to the Kimye US Vogue cover, here are the fashion stories that got everyone talking this year.
When the history of fashion retailing is written, 2014 will be seen as a momentous year in which the accepted norms of business practice were challenged on several fronts and we saw a structural shift across many areas of the sector.
As the year draws to a close Drapers looks at the fashion businesses that have succeeded and struggled during 2014.
My-Wardrobe.com has ceased trading online and sold its domain name to the Net-a-Porter Group.
Retail sales in Scotland fell 1.4% year on year in November, while like-for-likes were down 2.6%, according to the Scottish Retail Consortium and KPMG.
Online clothing sales were up 32% month-on-month in November, which was the largest spike between October and November in the 14-year history of the IMRG Capgemini e-retail sales index.
Net-a-Porter director Dr Frederick Mostert will retire from his duties at the etailer and its owners the Richemont Group, effective December 31.
A survey of fashion retailers has found that Very.co.uk is offering the latest Christmas cut-off date for next-day delivery on December 23.
Get the Label, the JD Sports Fashion-owned discount branded fashion and sportswear retailer, has launched a transactional app as part of its focus on developing a mobile strategy.
Drapers catches up with the team behind aggregate site ShopStyle, to find out what they think will be the biggest trends in fashion and digital technology next year.
A trend for online games has resulted in creative ways to win sales in the run-up to Christmas.
The Drapers Interview
Betty Jackson’s passion for fabrics and print has endured for 47 years, and the Drapers Lifetime Achievement winner is still firmly ensconced in the design studio.
After 125 years of making jeans, Lee is being led into uncharted territory by European boss Gilles Laumonier.