Paris Fashion Week: 13 trends for autumn 19Subscription
As the autumn 19 catwalk season drew to a close in Paris, Drapers deciphers the key pieces and stand-out trends from the latest womenswear collections.
How Iris bloomed into a £5m business Subscription
At a time when bricks-and-mortar stores have been struggling, Drapers finds out how London boutique chain Iris continues to grow in the face of high street headwinds, as it seeks to expand its store portfolio.
Going viral: how fashion harnesses hypeSubscription
As platforms such as Instagram continue to shape the way consumers shop, products garner frenzied attention on social media – but what is behind the pieces that go viral, and how is the phenomenon impacting the way brands and retailers function?
Fashion's black and minority ethnic trailblazers Subscription
Drapers meets some of the women pushing against fashion retail’s boundaries of ethnicity and gender.
As Harrods becomes the latest fashion retailer to turn to podcasting, Drapers investigates whether the medium is a game-changer or a gimmick.
Women of the Warehouse world uniteSubscription
For International Women’s Day 2019, the team at womenswear retailer Warehouse took the opportunity to do something a bit different.
As luxury lingerie label Agent Provocateur unveils its all-singing, all-dancing spring 19 campaign, creative director Sarah Shotton talks to Drapers about the new way women are buying underwear, and why bricks and mortar is still key for the brand.
As sportswear brand Champion celebrates its 100th anniversary, Drapers talks to Chris Haggarty, Champion’s group country director for the UK, France and Benelux, about the brand’s plan for the next 100 years.
Gosha London: a maker of London Fashion WeekSubscription
Mustafa Fuat is flying the flag for UK manufacturing with his womenswear studio, Gosha London
Drapers speaks to UK textile mills about what they are doing to stay ahead, the future of the industry and the impact of Britain’s looming departure from the European Union.