Tag : Debenhams
Erin Brookes, managing director and head of retail at Alvarez & Marsal, discusses how the restructuring firm behind Cath Kidston’s administration and footwear retailer Office’s sale process is spotting vulnerable retailers in the current retail climate.
Who caters for the fashion-conscious fifties? Subscription
The age group is a valuable market – but they are being underestimated by the retailers who once drew them in. So where are they shopping?
Drapers’ Power 100 list of the people shaping the fashion retail industry today
The supply-chain tie-up with Chinese sourcing giant Li & Fung is a vote of confidence in the flagging retailer.
Suppliers have expressed concerns about Debenhams’ long-term future as the beleaguered department store chain prepares to enter administration amid the economic pressures of the coronavirus epidemic.
What caused Calvetron's collapse? Subscription
Drapers investigates why Calvetron Brands went into administration for a second time.
Updated: Debenhams's CVA within daysSubscription
Debenhams is expected to launch a company voluntary arrangement (CVA) later today to close stores and cut costs, Drapers understands.
Update: Sports Direct on Magasin du Nord saleSubscription
Sports Direct said it has not been formally approached by Debenhams with details of an offer for its Danish department store chain Magasin du Nord, following reports that it has threatened to block a sale.
As Debenhams boss Sergio Bucher reveals the retailer’s new strategy of focusing on experiential shopping, Drapers looks at how other department stores have rethought the in-store experience.
The ways to win in womenswear Subscription
Drapers explores what it takes for brands and retailers to stand out in a crowded and fast-paced womenswear market.