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  • high street

    Clothing and footwear deflation slowsSubscription

    News3 April 2013

    Prices in non-food have edged up by 0.2% in March compared to a 0.4% fall in February – the first rise for 15 months – driven by slowing deflation in categories including clothing and footwear.

  • Bernard Arnault

    LVMH’s Arnault given honorary British titleSubscription

    News2 April 2013

    Bernard Arnault, chairman and chief executive of French luxury goods group LVMH, was awarded the title of Knight Commander of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire at a private ceremony at Clarence House last week.

  • Oxford Street

    Shoppers brave Easter weather to spend £130m in West EndSubscription

    News2 April 2013

    Hardy shoppers braved sub-zero temperatures to hit London’s West End over the Easter Weekend, with footfall up by 3.9% and spend totalling £130m across the three shopping days.

  • Loubilou

    New online marketplace to support kidswear indiesSubscription

    News11 March 2013

    An online marketpalce dedicated to children’s indies is being launched across Europe this summer.

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    Online shoppers put off by delivery costs and sizing issuesSubscription

    News8 March 2013

    Delivery charges and difficulties with sizing and fit are the biggest turn-offs for online fashion shoppers, according to consumer research carried out exclusively for Drapers.

  • Amari

    Amari aims to grow via forward orderSubscription

    News7 March 2013

    Contemporary womenswear brand Amari is shifting its focus to forward order to support the brand’s expansion and better serve its customers.

  • Jane Shilton

    Jane Shilton in footwear licensing talksSubscription

    News7 March 2013

    Mainstream footwear business Jane Shilton is in preliminary talks with an undisclosed third party about licensing out its footwear operation.

  • Selfridges in-house studio

    Selfridges takes photography operation in-houseSubscription

    News6 March 2013

    Premium department store chain Selfridges has taken its photography in-house and has introduced a new style of 360 spin technology in a move aimed at improving customer experience.

  • Oxford Street

    Westminster gives green light to Oriana IISubscription

    News6 March 2013

    The second phase of Oxford Street’s Oriana scheme, which will bring 76,500 sq ft of retail and leisure to the street’s eastern end, has been given the green light by Westminster Council.

  • High Street

    Women's and kidswear drive clothing prices riseSubscription

    News6 March 2013

    Women’s and kidswear drove an increase in clothing prices during February although they remain down 4.2% on the same time last year.