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Fashion's rising stars: Drapers' Graduate Fashion Week 2019 previewSubscription

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Ahead of Graduate Fashion Week 2019, which takes place on 2-5 June at the Old Truman Brewery in London’s Shoreditch, see Drapers’ pick of some of the students to watch out for.

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Retail property's radical turnSubscription

By Tim Clark

Big losses for landords are raising questions about the future of the retail property industry and the changing relationship between landlords and their retail tenants.

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Finding a way through flash SalesSubscription

By Tim Clark

As MySale sells flash Sale site Cocosa to rival BrandAlley, Drapers analyses the opportunities and unique challenges presented by this market.

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India's middle-class fashion frenzySubscription

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A booming economy is leading to a thriving middle class in India and retailers are beginning to explore the potential of the new market – both at home and abroad.

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Mothercare tops charts in Drapers' kidswear reviewSubscription

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Drapers has extended its Hit or Miss review of high street retailers to childrenswear for the first time this season, and put the spring 19 offer at Westfield Stratford City to the test.

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Umar Kamani's PrettyLittleThing is a pretty big dealSubscription

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As PrettyLittleThing founder and chief executive Umar Kamani is inducted into the Drapers Digital Awards Hall of Fame, he talks to Drapers about creating a legacy and taking the rapidly growing business global.

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High street preview: autumn 19 first lookSubscription

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For autumn 19, high street retailers are looking to the 1980s and 1990s, and making use of luxe heritage fabrics, oversized silhouettes and – of course – animal prints.

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