Tag : Nigel Oddy
A New Look for Nigel OddySubscription
New Look’s new CEO, Nigel Oddy, tells Drapers how he plans to put the retailer back on top
A new start for New LookSubscription
With retail veteran Nigel Oddy driving operations, a lighter debt load, and a leaner store estate and menswear offer, the fast fashion retailer is primed for a resurgence.
Over the past few years, there have been a number of unexpected appointments to the top rungs of traditional fashion retailers, as they have sought to break away from accepted thinking.
Coronavirus: New Look halts all production Subscription
New Look has put a halt on all current and future production, and is offering thousands of employees unpaid leave in order to ease the impact of the coronavirus outbreak.
Position last year: 20
House of Fraser axes four own brandsSubscription
House of Fraser is shrinking its portfolio of womenswear house brands in an attempt to revive the division’s flagging sales, Drapers has learned.
House of Fraser has appointed Maria Hollins to the newly created role of executive director for buying and design, effective from May 9.
House of Fraser is set to relaunch its website later this year or early next year, chief executive Nigel Oddy revealed this morning as he announced ecommerce sales growth of 26.8% for the year to January 30.
Former House of Fraser chief executive Nigel Oddy rounded off today’s Drapers Next Generation by reflecting on the importance of immersing yourself in retail and remaining fascinated with the industry.
As part of Drapers’ 130th anniversary celebrations this year, we brought together some of fashion retail’s biggest names for a series of unique one-on-one interviews. Here, Lord Rose and Nigel Oddy began their careers around the same time at Marks & Spencer and have climbed to the top of various UK retailers.