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The Chancellor’s budget on March 18 contained plans to save high street shops from the threat of online competition with a business rates review said to be the widest ranging in a generation.
The new womenswear floor at our store, Golding in Newmarket, opened in spring 2013 and the first year since was phenomenal.
The Chancellor’s red box delivered some welcome news for the fashion industry this week, but with it came a number of unanswered questions and fears for the future.
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SuperGroup, the parent company of young fashion brand Superdry, will today announce a range of measures to deliver “sustainable, long-term growth” including bringing its US licence in-house, bolstering its board and a collaboration with actor Idris Elba.
Amazon is reported to be in ongoing talks to acquire Net-a-Porter Group, five years after the etailer was bought by luxury group Richemont.
Rapper Pharrell Williams’ men’s streetwear brands Billionaire Boys Club and Icecream have opened their first permanent store in Europe, in London’s Carnaby.
Make it British and Leicestershire Textiles Hub will host a joint fashion show at the former’s UK manufacturing conference and sourcing event in June.
A willingness to embrace the digital space will be essential to the successful reinvention of the British high street, according to the British Retail Consortium’s director general Helen Dickinson.
Independent retailers across the UK and Ireland are pinning their hopes on a strong Easter to make up for a difficult trading period in the run-up to spring.
Harvey Nichols has opened a new store in Baku, Azerbaijan; its first in the region.
Sports Direct has revealed that almost 15,000 of its UK employees, or 75% of its workforce, are on zero-hours contracts.
The chief executive of Tesco Ireland, Philip J Clarke, is retiring from the supermarket less than two years after taking on the role.
John Lewis is offering technology startups the chance to win £100,000 as part of its second JLab initiative.
Large fashion businesses, including the likes of Asos.com, John Lewis and Arcadia, will soon have to report differences in pay between male and female staff under a new law passed through parliament this week.
Protestors gathered outside Dolce & Gabbana’s London flagship earlier today following the designers’ controversial comments opposing gay adoption and IVF.
Ann-Sofie Johansson has risen from shop assistant to design boss at H&M, picking up some luxury friends along the way
Parallel worlds: Celia Birtwell and Dame Zandra Rhodes have long been icons of UK fashion, but are now working together for the first time.
Amery Capital’s Maurice Helfgott is proving to have a knack for transforming the fortunes of struggling fashion businesses
With an armful of Drapers Independents Awards, Young Ideas owner Anne Wright recounts how a store in a Derbyshire market town became a beacon of indie retail.