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  • Miriam Lahage

    Figleaves CEO steps down Subscription

    News6 September 2019

    Miriam Lahage has stepped down as CEO of lingerie and swimwear etailer Figleaves. 

  • Drapers 132 anniversary birthday index

    Time to celebrate: birthday brands weather the stormSubscription

    Features5 August 2019

    Drapers marks its 132nd anniversary this week, and we’re not the only ones celebrating. 

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    Frugi family prepares for a growth spurtSubscription

    The Drapers Interview11 April 2019

    Under its new CEO, Hugo Adams, and chair Julia Reynolds, ethical kidswear brand Frugi is positioned for rapid growth. Drapers visits the brand’s headquarters in Cornwall to learn more about its expansion plans.

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    How digital pioneer Figleaves is reconnecting with customersSubscription

    The Drapers Interview16 February 2018

    Once a digital pioneer, lingerie and swimwear etailer Figleaves has lost its way in recent years. CEO Miriam Lahage tells Drapers how she is getting it back on track.

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    Figleaves seals CollectPlus dealSubscription

    News16 November 2017

    Online lingerie and swimwear retailer Figleaves has partnered with delivery service CollectPlus.

  • Figleaves

    Figleaves launches Skype fitting serviceSubscription

    News17 October 2017

    Figleaves has launched “Live Fit” – a virtual fitting service that allows customers to talk to its advisers via Skype.

  • Product panel at Drapers Fashion Forum

    Seasonal fashion is a thing of the pastSubscription

    News12 October 2017

    The spring/summer and autumn/winter seasons are artificial constructs that do not reflect the way consumers now shop for clothing, an expert panel at the Drapers Fashion Forum said today.