Drapers spoke to Cory Burke, founder of Manchester fashion agency The Last Agencies, to find out about finding the perfect brand balance and building a fashion business.
Aspinal of London's export aspirationsSubscription
After opening an impressive new flagship in the capital, British accessories label Aspinal of London is set to explode on to the international scene.
Andy Long, Pentland Brands’ first CEO from outside the family that owns it, is restructuring and expanding the business to beat the competition.
Drapers caught up with Marie Nilsson Peterzén, creative director, vice-president and co-founder of footwear brand Vagabond, to find out the secrets to the brand’s success.
Once a digital pioneer, lingerie and swimwear etailer Figleaves has lost its way in recent years. CEO Miriam Lahage tells Drapers how she is getting it back on track.
Anabel Calvo and Ben Bailey founded Studio British, an etailer focusing solely on UK brands, last September. It stocks 12 brands, including Private White VC, Gloverall and Johnstons of Elgin. They talk to Drapers about the potential of UK-made fashion and their ambitions for British luxury.
Julia Jaconelli’s eye for unique product and knowledge of her customers has led premium womenswear independent Courtyard to 20 years of success – and the award for Best Womenswear Independent at last year’s Drapers Independents Awards.
Christina Castle founded her sustainable womenswear brand Dagny after becoming frustrated with the amount of waste produced by the fashion industry. She talks to Drapers about her passion for ethical production and her journey to building a brand.
Turnaround expert kicks off Start-Rite relaunchSubscription
Children’s footwear brand Start-Rite relaunches today with a new logo, as part of a wider revamp covering brand identity, product categories and infrastructure.
Carolyn Springett, CEO of heritage men’s tailoring business New & Lingwood, speaks to Drapers about fuelling growth and maintaining heritage for the 152-year-old brand.