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    White Milan autumn 18: Drapers' pick of the brandsSubscription

    Fashion1 March 2018

    Drapers rounds up the brands to note from the autumn 18 edition of Italian womenswear trade show White Milan.

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    Comment: Italian craft and buyers dominate at a thriving White MilanSubscription

    Comment1 March 2018

    The vibrant autumn 18 edition of Italian womenswear trade show White Milan was a celebration of all things Italian for brands and buyers alike.

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    Milan Fashion Week autumn 18: Nine trends to know from the Italian catwalksSubscription

    Fashion1 March 2018

    In a season where drones, dragons and dogs on the catwalk dialled Milan’s Instagram appeal up a notch, Drapers rounds up the key trends to note from the autumn 18 womenswear catwalks.

  • Blankets

    London Fashion Week: the nine trends to knowSubscription

    Fashion22 February 2018

    The autumn 18 edition of London Fashion Week saw a visit from the Queen and Christopher Bailey’s last collection for Burberry. Here, Drapers brings you trend analysis straight from the catwalk.

  • New index bags

    The Footwear and Accessories Issue: It's in the bagSubscription

    Fashion22 February 2018

    The Drapers edit of autumn 18 bags, from statement clutches to fashionably functional totes

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    The Footwear and Accessories Issue: Autumn 18 buying guideSubscription

    Fashion22 February 2018

    Put your best foot forward with Drapers’ guide to everything you need for the autumn 18 season

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    London Fashion Week: day five buyer diarySubscription

    Fashion20 February 2018

    London Fashion Week came to a close today after a packed five days of fashion. Claire Miles, head of The Shop at Bluebird shares her highlights from the final day.

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    Moda autumn 18: Drapers' pick of the brandsSubscription

    Features20 February 2018

    Drapers rounds up the new brands on show at the autumn 18 edition of Milan footwear trade show Moda.

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    Comment: Moda holds the middle groundSubscription

    Comment20 February 2018

    Mid-market mainstream Midlands trade show Moda stayed faithful to a traditional format, which pleased visitors and buyers alike.

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    London Fashion Week: day four buyer diarySubscription

    Fashion20 February 2018

    Laura Larbalestier, buying director at Boutique 1, gives Drapers her rundown of day four at London Fashion Week.

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    ‘Cautious’ womenswear indies trim budgets Subscription

    News19 February 2018

    Some womenswear independents have curtailed their autumn 18 budgets as tough trading continues to bite, but remain cautiously optimistic for the rest of 2018.

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    London Fashion Week: day three, buyer diarySubscription

    Fashion18 February 2018

    On day three of London Fashion Week, Harvey Nichol’s head of womenswear Hazel Catterall shares her highlights from the day, and the season so far.

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    London Fashion Week: day two, buyer diarySubscription

    Fashion18 February 2018

    Selfridges’ womenswear buying director Lydia King gives Drapers her take on day two of the autumn 18 season of London Fashion Week. 

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    Brands praise buzzy London Edge Subscription

    News13 February 2018

    The sounds of Oasis and The White Stripes set the tone as brands and buyers descended on London’s Business Design Centre in Islington for the autumn 18 edition of alternative fashion trade show London Edge, which took place on 11-12 February.

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    The Womenswear Issue: Autumn 18 buying guideSubscription

    Fashion7 February 2018

    In the second of our autumn 18 buying guides – bringing together market reports, trend analysis and informative inspiration to prepare you for the new season – womenswear takes the spotlight.

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    The Womenswear Issue: Romance revisitedSubscription

    Fashion6 February 2018

    Drapers shoots: Evolving trends combine in new ways for autumn 18 womenswear – a mix of feminine details, rich colours, traditional tomboy tailoring and plush textures creates a new set of modern traditions.

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    The Womenswear Issue: Dressed up casual, dressed down smartSubscription

    Fashion6 February 2018

    Drapers shoots: Mix statement denim with elevated basics, or oversized cosy knits with sparkling separates and relaxed dresses for a rebellious take on the season’s key pieces

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    The Womenswear Issue: Autumn 18 wardrobe essentialsSubscription

    Fashion6 February 2018

    Drapers shoots: Pep up your staples with autumn 18’s hero items featuring embroidered patterns, statement frills and winter florals

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    The Womenswear Issue: Autumn 18 casualwear editSubscription

    Fashion6 February 2018

    Drapers shoots: As the athleisure trend continues, autumn 18 features retro sporty styles and relaxed casualwear, giving sportswear-inflected designs a fashionable twist

  • Wwaw18 outerwear

    The Womenswear Issue: Autumn 18 outerwear editSubscription

    Fashion6 February 2018

    Drapers shoots: From unconventional trenches to pretty parkas, bring catwalk and street styles into your new-season coat buy.

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    Copenhagen autumn 18: key catwalksSubscription

    Fashion6 February 2018

    Drapers highlights the catwalks to note from Copenhagen Fashion Week’s autumn 18 collections.

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    Scoop autumn 18: Drapers' pick of the best brandsSubscription

    Fashion31 January 2018

    Drapers highlights some new brands and collections from the autumn 18 edition of premium womenswear trade show Scoop in London.

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    Serene Scoop delivers quality product and buyersSubscription

    Comment31 January 2018

    Horns blared on west London’s King’s Road on Sunday as traffic built up as a result of the weekend roadworks, but inside the nearby Saatchi Gallery, premium womenswear trade show Scoop was its usual oasis of calm.

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    Scoop founder targets international buyersSubscription

    Fashion30 January 2018

    Drapers catches up with Karen Radley, founder of womenswear trade show Scoop, at the autumn 18 edition.

  • Karin Kaellman, co-founder of Villoid

    Alexa Chung's fashion platform at ScoopSubscription

    Fashion30 January 2018

    This season’s edition of London’s premium womenswear trade show Scoop showcased a new tie-up with Villoid, the online fashion platform set up by model Alexa Chung and her friend, Karin Kaellman, who tells Drapers all about it.

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    Nine trends to note from Paris Men’s Fashion WeekSubscription

    Fashion23 January 2018

    The autumn 18 menswear catwalk season drew to a close in Paris this week. Catch up on Drapers’ edit of the top trends from the City of Light.

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    Editor's Comment: Menswear growth adds vitality to the market Subscription

    Comment18 January 2018

    The Christmas trading results continue to flood in this, week bringing welcome news of sales uplifts at a disparate group of retailers, including JD Sports, Shop Direct, Yoox Net-a-Porter Group, Matalan and, perhaps most surprisingly, BHS.com.

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    Milan Men’s Fashion Week: 10 trends to know for autumn 18Subscription

    Fashion18 January 2018

    Despite a slower schedule this season, as big name brands opted for co-ed shows or presentations, the Milan catwalks packed a powerful punch. From evolving streetwear trends to fresh takes on eveningwear – catch up on the Drapers edit of the top 10 trends to note.

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    Comment: Pitti autumn 18 packs a punch Subscription

    Comment11 January 2018

    The new buying season kicked off with the first international trade show Pitti Uomo last week (9-12 January), as menswear buyers from across the globe flocked to Florence to see the latest collections. 

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    London Fashion Week Men’s: eight top trends for autumn 18Subscription

    Fashion10 January 2018

    Catch up on the London menswear catwalks, with Drapers’ selection of the top trends for autumn 18.

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    Autumn 18 season's preview: LatteSubscription

    Fashion9 January 2018

    With rich crimson and jewel tones key to the palette, Latte’s autumn 18 offer is inspired by extravagant Dolce Vita glamour. Reversible coats are an outerwear focus for the season, with shoulder detailing and draped shirting core to the collection, which is entirely made in Italy.

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    Autumn 18 season's preview: IntropiaSubscription

    Fashion9 January 2018

    Brit style gets a boho twist at Intropia. Luxe velvet, heritage tweed, fake fur and artisan-inspired design gives a heritage tone. Shapes are fitted, yet wearable. Items including an embellished velvet tuxedo a masculine tweed coat and an embellished eveningwear dress are set to lure buyers with their artisan glamour.

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    Autumn 18 season's preview: MiPacSubscription

    Fashion9 January 2018

    The bum bag is back for autumn 18, and a headline new style from MiPac is the Street Pac bum bag, with zip fastening, adjustable straps, in both canvas and polyester, which is predicted to be a bestseller for the brand. Elsewhere, canvas remains a focus, with snakeskin, folk patterns and camouflage dominant themes for the season.

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    Autumn 18 season's preview: B YoungSubscription

    Fashion9 January 2018

    Fusing botanical inspirations with sporty silhouettes and feminine fabrics such as lace and velvet – B.Young’s autumn range is youthful, trend-led and fun. Winter florals and bohemian tick trend boxes, as does the proliferation of heritage checks across separates. In the palette, sumptuous emerald green dominates, with ochre, grey and toffee tones shot through with gold. In outerwear, the puffer jacket is central in several lengths, while wool coats appear in bright colours and checks.

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    Autumn 18 season's preview: Henri LloydSubscription

    Fashion9 January 2018

    Heritage British sailing brand Henri Lloyd is returning to its archive for autumn 18, with a collection of 17 jackets for men and nine for women, all of which are reinterpretations of designs from the 1960s onwards. The jackets feature retro stylings, alongside high-performance materials such as Gore-Tex fabric and water-repellent finishes.

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    Autumn 18 season's preview: CharliSubscription

    Fashion9 January 2018

    Charli’s knitwear offer is set to be a hit for autumn 18, as the brand develops its offer for the new season. Fair Isle knits, alpaca blends, ombre knits and cosy cable-stitching bring newness for the season. Highlights include a cashmere roll-neck with mutton sleeve and a super soft ombre Alpaca cable-knit.

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    Autumn 18 season's preview: 360 CashmereSubscription

    Fashion9 January 2018

    The trend for artisan, boho designs appears once again in the autumn 18 offer from 360 Cashmere, with styles reflecting a move to a hand-crafted aesthetic. This season, there is a particular focus on wide-sleeved shapes, in kimonos and bishop sleeves, and patterns play a prominent role through jacquards, intarsia knits and embroidery.

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    Autumn 18 season's preview: Adini Subscription

    Fashion9 January 2018

    Rich textures and a sumptuous palette, with blueberry, amethyst and cherry appearing on chunky knits, velour and suedes make for an opulent and feminine autumn 18 season. Inspirations include 1960s Carnaby Street and English manor houses, with predicted bestsellers including bright-coloured jersey dresses, a luxe duster coat and embroidered wool jacket.

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    Autumn 18 brand previewSubscription

    Fashion9 January 2018

    The coming of the new year heralds the start of the buying season, here we give you an exclusive first look at the autumn 18 collections to come.

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    London Fashion Week Men's: day three, buyer diarySubscription

    Fashion8 January 2018

    Harvey Nichols menswear buyer Olly Smith shares his top brands and highlights from the final day of London Fashion Week Men’s autumn 18 shows.

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    London Fashion Week Men's: day two, buyer diarySubscription

    Fashion7 January 2018

    Selfridges’ menswear buying manager Jack Cassidy on the stand out shows from the second day LFWM menswear shows.

  • Damien paul head of menswear, matchesfashion.com

    London Fashion Week Men's: day one, buyer diarySubscription

    Fashion6 January 2018

    On day one of LFWM, MatchesFashion.com’s head of menswear Damien Paul shares his stand out autumn 18 collections from the London catwalks. 

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    'This Première Vision opened in a better context'Subscription

    Fashion22 September 2017

    Gilles Lasbordes, managing director of Première Vision, talks to Drapers about the autumn 18 edition, which took place on 19-21 September.

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    Eerie imaginings at Première Vision autumn 18Subscription

    Fashion22 September 2017

    The sun shone on visitors as they made their way along the long path to the entrance of Parc des Expositions for the autumn 18 edition of Parisian textile fair Première Vision on 19-21 September.

  • London Textile Fair 19 July 2017

    Upbeat mood at London Textile Fair despite post-Brexit uncertaintySubscription

    News20 July 2017

    Ongoing uncertainty surrounding Brexit did not discourage buyers from turning up in full force at the newly expanded London Textile Fair this week.

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