Tag : multiples
Fashion apprentices on the inside trackSubscription
David Cameron wants to create 3 million apprentices by 2020, and the fashion retail industry is set to benefit
Multiples and department stores continued to face a tough retail environment in February, citing cold weather, uncertainty over Brexit and fragile stock markets as factors that stifled trade.
Shopwatch: Glorious Glasgow Subscription
The hottest retail destination in the UK outside the capital, Glasgow has the pulling power to hook in the biggest names in retail, from high street heavyweights to premium indies. Drapers hits the ground to find out more.
Footwear sector hopes trade steps up in springSubscription
Retailers and suppliers across the footwear industry are hoping for brighter weather to kickstart spring sales following a particularly tough end to the winter season.
French Connection made a pre-tax loss of £3.5m for the year to January 31, following “disappointing trading” during the first half. Its losses have increased from £1.6m the year before.
Mango targets younger market with discount rangeSubscription
Mango has launched a cheaper casualwear range targeting younger shoppers following the retailer’s announcement in January that it was moving to a fast fashion model.
Jigsaw looks to open 15 menswear storesSubscription
Jigsaw is looking to open 15 menswear stores to build on its current portfolio of five, alongside adding around 10 womenswear stores for each of the next five years to take the total to around 125, chief executive Peter Ruis has said.
Oliver Bonas founder Olly Tress explains why he was the first fashion boss to commit to paying all staff the living wage, and his plans for the future
Retailers hope Easter will put a spring into sales Subscription
Department stores and multiples with stores across the UK are hoping the Easter bank holiday weekend will provide a welcome uplift to sales following a challenging start to the spring season.
Retailers slash prices for EasterSubscription
A raft of multiples, department stores and etailers have cut prices this week in an effort to boost sales over the Easter bank holiday weekend.