Tag : retail
Yours Clothing to launch German storesSubscription
Plus-size womenswear retailer Yours Clothing is set to roll out stores in Germany this year, marking its first foray into mainland Europe.
Yorkshire textile manufacturer opens first storeSubscription
Leeds-based textile manufacturer Abraham Moon & Sons has launched its first flagship store in York.
Wrangler surpasses global water goalSubscription
Wrangler has announced it has saved more than 7 billion litres of water in the production of its denim products – equivalent to the daily drinking water needs of almost 4 billion people.
'Worst year on record' for retail Subscription
The prospect of a no-deal Brexit, company voluntary arrangements, shop closures and job losses resulted in the “the worst year on record” for retail in 2019.
Why the green dividend is paying offSubscription
Fashion brands and retailers are starting to realise the value of the “green dividend” – and coronavirus is forcing businesses to build sustainability into their resilience plans for the future.
Why Reserved is putting LPP in Pole positionSubscription
As Polish label Reserved launches in the UK, Drapers visits its headquarters in Gdańsk to find out more about the latest fast fashion contender to hit British shores.
Fast fashion footwear label Public Desire is making its bricks-and-mortar debut through a new wholesale venture with shoe retailer Soletrader, which is launching on Friday 8 September. As the brand tests the waters of physical retail, Drapers caught up with managing director Qasim Akhlaq about its expansion plans.
After Theresa May’s surprise decision to call a general election, Drapers reflects on what it could mean for the fashion industry.
West End retailers to cash in at ChristmasSubscription
Retailers in London’s West End are pinning their hopes on Christmas trading to counteract the tough trading environment, despite lingering concerns over safety and political uncertainty.
Sales to Chinese customers in the West End over the Chinese New Year period will grow by 14.3% to £32m this year compared with last year’s equivalent, the New West End Company has predicted.