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The dream of Scottish independence may be over, but the fallout from the vote will take much longer to settle, according to those working in the country’s fashion industry.
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The fashion designer died today at the age of 82.
Have you sent in your nominations for Drapers’ 30 under 30 yet? If you haven’t, you only have one week to do it.
A new law obliging retailers in Scotland to charge customers for single-use carrier bags came into effect today (October 20).
London Collections: Men will open a day earlier in January 2015 to accommodate a growing schedule of shows, presentations and events.
Over 375 brands have already confirmed for next year’s Pure London event, an increase of 54% on the same time last year.
Footfall across all retail destinations fell by 0.9% in September, with consumers making less visits to indoor shopping centres due to the warm weather and ‘changing’ shopping habits.
The Oxford Street Christmas lights switch-on will be launched at John Lewis on November 6.
MK One founder Mark Gerald Brafman and his former business partner Bulbinder Singh Sandhu have been jailed for acting as company directors while disqualified.
Retailers are putting pressure on the main political parties to address increasing business rates and high street rents in their election manifestos, as new data shows a disproportionately large number of clothing shops closed in the first half of this year.
On last night’s episode of The Apprentice (October 15), the women’s team called Tenacity visited the office of Emap – Drapers’ publisher – to pitch an idea about wearable technology.
After 50 years at its King’s Road address, Jaeger’s smart revamp brings it up to date while staying true to its heritage.
Hardy Amies’ ready-to-wear store on Savile Row offers a carefully crafted lifestyle experience, inspired by London and cherry picking the best of British design.
Italian tailoring etailer Lanieri is using 3D scanning technology in UK pop-up stores to offer shoppers better-fitting suits and to boost sales.
Drapers spoke to Harding via Twitter about the rise of mobile shopping – which he predicts could overtake plastic payments in two years – the new technologies for retailers to tap into and whether wearable technology in fashion will ever become mainstream.
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Redefining luxury: Shop Direct is steering into uncharted territory with VeryExclusive.co.uk, but Sarah Curran and Gareth Jones are confident about its democratic offering.
Viz-a-Viz chief executive Rinku Loomba is on a mission to shake up independent fashion wholesale - one PartnerShop at a time.