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The menswear retailer anounced today that it will stop trading online as a safety precaution for its staff. It shut its stores on Friday 20 March.
The denim trends driving salesSubscription
Buyers from top high street and online retailers share their most popular denim styles and emerging trends.
Online delivery workers on the front line Subscription
Now that stores are closed, warehouses, logistics companies and couriers are now on the front line of fashion retail.
First look: M&S summer 20 collectionSubscription
The high street behemoth unveiled its latest collection amid difficult circumstances for the retail industry. Will it be enough to warm up its sales?
Sheep Inc: pros and cons of carbon offsettingSubscription
Edzard van der Wyck, CEO and co-founder of Sheep Inc, told Drapers Sustainable Fashion 2020 about putting carbon negativity and sustainability at the heart of the brand.
Indies fear being ‘crippled’ by coronavirus Subscription
Independent retailers across the UK are calling for public support as many fear their businesses will “die a death” from the Covid-19 coronavirus.
Baby steps for parents working in fashionSubscription
After luxury powerhouses Burberry and Kering revealed updated parental leave policies, Drapers looks at what lessons the rest of the fashion industry can learn
'Don't get caught out greenwashing'Subscription
“You may not realise you’re greenwashing until a claim is made about you,” warned Nicola Broadhurst, partner at independent law firm Stevens & Bolton, at Drapers Sustainable Fashion 2020. “Green is good business: it means more money – but it means so much more now.”
Ninety Percent's total social commitmentSubscription
Sustainable clothing brand Ninety Percent gives away 90% of its profits to charitable causes. Co-founder Shafiq Hassan told Drapers Sustainable Fashion 2020 why and how the brand prioritised social responsibility from the start.
Clock ticking on Sustainable Development GoalsSubscription
There are only 10 years left to fulfil the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals, Steve Kenzie, executive director of the United Nations Global Compact Network, and Kerry Bannigan, founder of the Conscious Fashion Campaign, said as they opened Drapers Sustainable Fashion 2020.