Tag : trading updates
2019: a make-or-break year for fashion retailSubscription
Administrations, poor Christmas trading and gloomy predictions marked the start of 2019. Is this year shaping up to be even worse than the disastrous 2018?
Fashion industry leaders' predictions for 2019Subscription
With Brexit looming, consumer confidence dwindling and retailers seeking new ways to offer the best experience for shoppers, Drapers speaks to fashion leaders across the industry to see what they predict for the year ahead.
Group turnover at AllSaints rose 8% to £327m in the 53 weeks to 3 February 2018, but its profits took a hit from increased store operating costs and investment to support its international expansion.
Warm winter hits fashion sales at John Lewis Subscription
Fashion sales at John Lewis & Partners fell by 11% for the week to 10 November after the retailer was hit by “unseasonably mild weather” and the impact of its price-matching promise.
Profits jump at AsosSubscription
Asos has announced a 28% increase in profit before tax to £102m for the year to 31 August, despite investing heavily to support its future growth.
Shoe shoppers drag their feet in Indian summerSubscription
Independent footwear retailers have reported a slow start to autumn trade as warm temperatures cooled shoppers’ demand for new-season styles.
Independents look ahead after a difficult summerSubscription
Independent retailers around the country are cautiously optimistic about the new autumn season following a hard summer.
High street sales 'on fire' in spring heatwaveSubscription
Multiple retailers welcomed a much-needed boost to sales and footfall last week, thanks to a heatwave following a prolonged spell of unseasonably cold weather.
Several independent retailers across the UK are falling behind on payments following a difficult start to 2018, agents have told Drapers.
Analysis: Where next for New Look?Subscription
As New Look faces more challenges, Drapers looks at what needs to be done to turn its fortunes around.