Introducing American stalwart Perry Ellis’s new brand extension, which is drawing on its archive to feed the demand for throwback sportswear.
World Mental Health Day shines a spotlight once more on the intense pressure the fashion industry places on people working in it.
Fashion's post-Brexit funding conundrum Subscription
As Brexit leaves a question mark over European funding for universities and young fashion businesses, Drapers asks how the landscape is changing and what the shift means for upcoming talent in the industry.
The new champions of UK textilesSubscription
Now in its fifth year, the Prince’s Foundation’s Future Textiles initiative is ramping up efforts to attract a new generation into the British textile industry, while ensuring sustainable practices are embedded from the start.
Bags of desire: new directions for accessoriesSubscription
From the rise of soft pouches to the death of minuscule accessories, Drapers assesses the main trends shaping the new directions in the bags market.
Top 10 trends of Paris Fashion Week spring 20Subscription
The womenswear catwalk season drew to a close this week in Paris, where designers evolved established trends and offered up new directions for spring 20.
Latest developments in sustainable store designSubscription
From responsibly sourced materials to in-store recycling schemes, stores offer brands and retailers the opportunity to make their environmental efforts concrete.
A new tie-up with John Lewis & Partners has allowed contemporary brand Folk to produce its most sustainable collection to date.
A growing, stable economy and an increasingly international consumer mindset are making Poland an appealing market for brands seeking to expand.
Winser London gets to work with Gillian AndersonSubscription
The womenswear brand is growing globally on the back of women’s increasing demand for modern workwear.