Luxury in fluxSubscription
The once-resilient luxury has fallen victim to the coronavirus restrictions. Its future could rely on international shoppers and adopting digital channels.
Inspiring Independents: Psyche, MiddlesbroughSubscription
Steve Cochrane has taken lockdown as an opportunity to redesign his Middlesbrough independent Psyche, ready for the reopening of the high street.
Video: watch Superdry discuss delivering retail’s new normal VideoSubscription
Hear from Superdry and Clipper Logistics as they discuss the impact of coronavirus and the future of fashion retail.
Video: Talking retail with Ann Summers CEO Jacqueline GoldVideoSubscription
Join Jacqueline Gold, the boss of lingerie and sex toy business Ann Summers, as she discusses all things retail with Drapers, from the company’s response to coronavirus to its plans for future growth.
Keeping well: add-on buys to look forSubscription
The Covid-19 pandemic has led to increased consumer interest in wellness. These mood-boosting pieces could prove beneficial add-on buys for fashion retail.
Copenhagen’s fashion week confidenceSubscription
Fashion weeks across the four main capitals are in disarray. However, the organisers of Copenhagen Fashion Week and the trade shows that run alongside it have announced that they will persevere with their August dates. But, Drapers asks, is it too soon?
How the BFA is stepping up for footwear Subscription
Lucy Reece-Raybould, chief executive of British Footwear Association, discusses how the footwear industry is coping with the coronavirus crisis, what the government needs to do to support it, and why businesses should use this time to restart, revive and renew.
Whistles makes its mark with LF MarkeySubscription
Whistles has teamed up with London based label LF Markey for a 16-piece womenswear capsule collection, launching exclusively today on Whistles.com.
Government-backed loans have helped fashion businesses to survive lockdown. But retailers, brands and manufacturers that have borrowed these lifelines will have to bear a heavy debt burden.
Roberto Funari, CEO of Havaianas’ parent company, explains how the flip-flop brand is contributing to the fight against coronavirus in Brazil.