Emily Sutherland is a features writer at Drapers, covering a wide range of issues, including ecommerce, technology and multichannel retail. She joined the Drapers team in 2016 and previously worked on titles in the hospitality industry.
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Sandersons: independent pride of SheffieldSubscription
Mark Dransfield believes in the power of retail, and has transformed a Sheffield town with Sandersons Boutique Store.
BRC applauds government's plastic crackdownSubscription
The British Retail Consortium (BRC) has welcomed plans put forward by the government in yesterday’s Queen’s Speech to dramatically reduce the use of plastic.
Sports Direct demands probe into Nike and Adidas Subscription
Sports Direct has called for an investigation into the dominance of certain ”must-have’” brands – namely Nike and Adidas – in the sportswear market.
Monki trials social shopping Subscription
Young fashion retailer Monki has launched two new social shopping initiatives.
Quiz battles tough retail climateSubscription
Group revenue and store footfall fell at Quiz in the six months to 30 September as it continues to battle a “very challenging” retail backdrop.
The magic of merch for fashion retailers Subscription
Drapers explores why retailers and brands are jumping on the bandwagon for merchandise from musicians, TV shows and films
Three essential tips for building a brandSubscription
Linzi Boyd, founder of brand-building business BoB, took to the stage at the Drapers Fashion Forum in London this morning to share how businesses can create an emotional connection with their customers.
Bags of desire: new directions for accessoriesSubscription
From the rise of soft pouches to the death of minuscule accessories, Drapers assesses the main trends shaping the new directions in the bags market.
JD Sports has hit out at claims that its proposed merger with rival Footasylum would damage competition on the high street.
A new tie-up with John Lewis & Partners has allowed contemporary brand Folk to produce its most sustainable collection to date.