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On the first day of the London Textile Fair, held at the Business Design Centre between July 15-16, Drapers caught up with show founder John Kelley, as well as exhibitors Magee and Mahlia Kent, to find out about their experiences of the exhibition so far.
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Jill Dougan is UK managing director at advertising and technology company Cardlytics
The cost of high-street parking is a local issue that is a national problem. Rather like the calls for legislation to govern the time and duration of Sales, it is a subject that has resurfaced on a regular basis throughout my 35 years in the business.
Sainsbury’s has taken the title of the UK’s second biggest supermarket by stealing market share from struggling Asda.
Thousands of the biggest companies in the UK will have to prove they have taken action to ensure they do not use child or slave labour under plans set out by the Prime Minister.
Former executives from Burberry, Marks & Spencer and Jonathan Saunders are launching an online department store for British retailers in China in September.
Trinity Leeds has become the first shopping centre in Europe to allow users of its loyalty programme to redeem offers using an Apple Watch.
Contemporary French retailer The Kooples will relocate to a bigger flagship on London’s Carnaby Street in August.
BHS has started consultations with almost 120 employees at two of its stores in Southampton and Carlisle as it continues to review its property portfolio.
US young fashion retailer American Eagle Outfitters is set to spread its wings further with new regional stores after debuting in London last November.
Spanish womenswear retailer Stradivarius will launch a menswear line in 2017, aimed at urban cosmopolitan men aged between 20 and 30.
The traditionally out-of-town value retailer is raising its high street profile by packing plenty into its Oxford Street debut
Nike is flexing its muscles in the fitness market with its first female-only European store.
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?
As Apple launches its Apple Pay contactless payment system in the UK, with retailers including New Look, Marks & Spencer, Dune, JD Sports and Liberty already signed up, Drapers looks at what you need to know to take advantage of the new system.
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Two years after he was brought in to lead Jaeger’s turnaround, Colin Henry reflects on the challenges he has faced so far and those still ahead
Twenty-five years since the launch of his eponymous brand, Timothy Everest is ready to bring his new ready-to-wear collection to the streets of east London.