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Our seasonal survey of high street collections stops off in Brighton, where we cast an eye over the spring 14 stock in the city’s menswear multiples.
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At Debenhams’ press briefing on Wednesday morning, chief executive Michael Sharp said “product remains at the heart of what we do”.
Ian Humphris, joint managing director of marketing consultancy Life Agency.
Tracy-Anne Fraser, is the owner of Somerset-based womenswear stores Grace at No 5 and The Frock Shop, and a member of the Fashion Association of Britain (FAB).
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Gant has appointed former Adidas boss Patrik Nilsson as its new chief executive, succeeding Dirk-Jan Stoppelenburg, who resigned from Gant in March.
Scandinavian fashion giant Lindex is mulling a number of stores in and around London as potential sites for its UK debut.
Retail sales in London’s West End went up 2.4% year on year in March, according to figures from New West End Company, which represents 600 retailers on Bond Street, Oxford Street and Regent Street.
Former Chelsea footballer Didier Drogba, has released a website with images from his upcoming underwear and swimwear collection, Drogba & Co.
John Lewis has unveiled a range of events to mark its 150th anniversary next month, including an interactive exhibition of its Victorian origins and exclusive tie-ups.
Primark is expected to report a 21% jump in first half operating profits tomorrow, which will offset declines in other parts of its parent business Associated British Foods.
Easter trading was a game of two halves as footfall dropped on Friday and Saturday, but rose again on bank holiday Monday.
Premium outerwear brand London Tradition has won The Queen’s Award for Enterprise 2014 for International Trade, recognising its success exporting to Europe and Asia.
German luxury fashion company Strenesse - which used to dress the German footfall team at official events - has filed for insolvency.
Chinese retailer Bosideng is making its buying and design teams in London and Bradford redundant as it shifts these functions back to Shanghai.
Monsoon Accessorize’s head of buying Deepi Sekhon is leaving after six and a half years at the business.
Originally ‘The King of Cufflinks’, Simon Carter moved into men’s tailoring and ultimately reigned supreme at last year’s Drapers Awards.
Under Dani Reiss, Canada Goose has stretched its wings to encompass both Arctic explorers and suburban adventurers.
Fergus Patterson has big plans for Gant, which has made a success of menswear but found womenswear trickier.
Karl Lagerfeld chief executive Pier Paolo Righi on why it was time to add a UK store to the brand’s retail kingdom.