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Cath Kidston has released a short film to celebrate the start of the school year as part of its ‘Bags to School’ campaign.
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Two longstanding names that are trying to justify their respective places in the modern retail world – BHS and Austin Reed – have been in the news over the past week for less ...
As the spring 16 womenswear catwalk shows get under way this month, will we see another nod to retro references from the 1970s? Let’s hope not.
Michael Kors is set to open its fourth UK outlet store at Gunwharf Quays in Portsmouth next month.
South African billionaire Christo Wiese, owner of value chain Pep&Co, said he will roll out the business “aggressively” into international markets when the time is right.
John Lewis has reported a 5.9% drop in sales to £71.96m for the week to August 22, as warm weather last weekend kept shoppers away from the high street.
Tesco’s ex-chief executive Phillip Clarke will be questioned by the Serious Fraud Office as part of its on-going investigation into the supermarket’s £263m accounting scandal.
Product will be at the heart of the Jack Wills brand going forwards and the retailer will explore opportunities in the UK and overseas, as well as continuing to expand its digital reach, founder and reinstated chief executive Peter Williams has said.
Jack Wills’ founder and majority shareholder Peter Williams will resume his role as chief executive two years after he stepped aside.
The proportion of online sales made through smartphones and tablets may have reached a plateau, research from online retail association IMRG and technology consultancy firm Capgemini has shown.
The Scottish Retail Consortium has published the first in a series of policy papers setting out its recommendations for overhauling the business rates system.
A glimpse of the latest store openings from significant luxury and jeanswear names.
The traditionally out-of-town value retailer is raising its high street profile by packing plenty into its Oxford Street debut
Consultancy firm Kurt Salmon reveals the results of its omnichannel survey of more than 100 UK, German and French fashion retailers, highlighting those deemed to offer the best experience to their shoppers across multiple platforms.
Last week, Apple attempted to put the final nail in the coffin of cash and plastic cards with the launch of its contactless payment service, Apple Pay. But does the US tech titan, or any other contender, have the clout to create a seismic shift from plastic to digital?
The Drapers Interview
Fat Face chief Anthony Thompson explains why he’s confident the brand will succeed where others have failed in the US and why he resists mid-season discounting and Black Friday.
Tommy Hilfiger is celebrating the 30th anniversary of his eponymous brand this year. He reveals the highs, the lows, and his simple formula for success.