Tag : UK manufacturing
Industry partnership Fashion District is developing a business cluster in east London. Drapers speaks with some of its key players about their ambition to revamp London into a global hub for fashion technology.
Fashion Enter scouts new Irish factorySubscription
Not-for-profit organisation Fashion Enter is looking at premises for a new factory in Derry/Londonderry in Northern Ireland, Drapers can reveal.
Plymouth to launch manufacturing ventureSubscription
Plymouth College of Art and non-profit organisation Millfields Trust are launching a local makers’ initiative, with a particular focus on ethical and British manufacturing.
Mulberry may open third UK factorySubscription
British luxury handbag brand Mulberry could open a third factory in England if it hits growth targets, despite battling higher import costs since the Brexit vote.
Drapers spoke to Susy Brown, founder and designer at luxury British bag brand Baia, to find out about her small-scale manufacturing and passion for “slow fashion”.
Angela Bell, co-founder of luxury cashmere brand Queene & Belle talks to Drapers about her passion for tradition and her own knitwear heritage.
Womenswear brand and manufacturer David Nieper has outlined plans to set up a new fabric-printing facility at its base in Derbyshire.
Why fashion needs an orderly BrexitSubscription
As the UK government attempts to secure a transitional deal to ease our exit from the European Union, we explore how this could benefit the fashion and textiles industry.
The government should consider enforcing an embargo on goods made in factories that fail to pay workers the minimum wage, director of labour market enforcement Sir David Metcalf has said.
Yorkshire textile manufacturer opens first storeSubscription
Leeds-based textile manufacturer Abraham Moon & Sons has launched its first flagship store in York.