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Who owns the high street web

Drapers Investigates: Who owns the high street? Subscription


The structure of the UK high street is changing. New fascias are being added to the mix, and the fashion industry has been playing an extended game of “pass the parcel”, as a wave of companies change hands in high-profile acquisitions.

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American Eagle appoints new directorSubscription

16 March 2018 By Matthew Chapman

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Mother’s Day helps halt seven-week fashion sales slideSubscription

16 March 2018 By Matthew Chapman

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Nina Ricci creative chief exitsSubscription

16 March 2018 By Matthew Chapman


Quality thrives at a positive Textile ForumSubscription

16 March 2018 By , Kaisha Langton

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Furla to stop using real fur Subscription

15 March 2018 By Matthew Chapman

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Crocs loses EU design protection for plastic clogsSubscription

15 March 2018 By Matthew Chapman

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The Cords & Co launches crowdfunding campaignSubscription

15 March 2018 By Matthew Chapman

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Sales flat at H&M Subscription

15 March 2018 By Matthew Chapman

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How retailers can future-proof their logistics Subscription

By Josephine Collins

Bots, drones and driverless cars may be grabbing the headlines, but for fashion retailers and brands, the key to future-proofing logistics will be using the right technology effectively.

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Caroline Rush: British fashion’s first ladySubscription


From sneaking into Alexander McQueen’s catwalk shows in the 1990s, to introducing the Queen at London Fashion Week, it has been quite a journey for the British Fashion Council’s CEO, Caroline Rush. Drapers asks whether British fashion’s loudest cheerleader believes there is a future for fashion weeks.

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Why mega-malls are still winning Subscription

By Gemma Goldfingle

At a time when the viability of stores is being questioned, mega-malls are thriving. Drapers investigates why

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Welcome to The Fold's first physical storeSubscription


Drapers goes inside premium womenswear brand The Fold’s first bricks-and-mortar store.

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International Report: India, Russia and JapanSubscription

By Rebecca Thomson

When UK fashion brands think about going international, Europe, the US and China are often the first port of call.

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Clock ticking on Brexit as retailers seek answersSubscription

By Manfreda Cavazza

As prime minister Theresa May continues to negotiate the UK’s separation from the European Union in a year’s time on 11pm on 29 March 2019, Drapers brings you a snapshot of the knowns and unknowns, and where opportunities and challenges lie.

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Retailers celebrate International Women's DaySubscription

By Kaisha Langton

Top retailers, brands, designers and businesses across the globe have shown their support on 8 March in solidarity with women to recognise and celebrate female achievements and call for change in the future.

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Fashion's female leaders share their best adviceSubscription

By Drapers Reporters

For International Women’s Day, Drapers asks female figureheads for their best learnings from their careers.

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Comment: What can Scandi style bring to Debenhams?Subscription

16 March 2018 By

Drapers examines the new Scandinavian womenswear brand offer at department store Debenhams 

Next Generation 2018

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Drapers Next Generation: celebrating young fashion retail talentSubscription

11 January 2018 By

Revealing the 30 Under 30 professionals making their mark on the fashion retail industry today.

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