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Debenhams chief executive Sergio Bucher has admitted the retailer’s clothing offer was “wasn’t good enough” in its first half, resulting in a drop in sales and profits.
Meet Holli Rogers: Browns' maestro of productSubscription
Three years in to her role as CEO of Farfetch-owned Browns, the former Net-a-Porter fashion director reveals how she has rebooted a fashion retail institution.
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Today, LVMH-owned French fashion house Louis Vuitton announced Virgil Abloh, a leading name in the industry’s streetwear-focused movement, as its new artistic director of menswear.
Autumn 18 marks a new chapter for Current Elliott, as it relaunches with a new “permanent collection” under the watchful eye of chief brand officer Sarah Rutson.
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Instagram launches shopping function in the UKSubscription
Social media platform Instagram is unveiling a much-anticipated shopping update today (20 March), allowing UK businesses to sell products via posts.
The buyers' view: autumn 18 catwalk round-upSubscription
As the autumn 18 season of womenswear catwalks draw to a close this month, Drapers asks top buyers to reveal their standout collections and industry insight of the key directions to know.
Caroline Rush: British fashion’s first ladySubscription
From sneaking into Alexander McQueen’s catwalk shows in the 1990s, to introducing the Queen at London Fashion Week, it has been quite a journey for the British Fashion Council’s CEO, Caroline Rush. Drapers asks whether British fashion’s loudest cheerleader believes there is a future for fashion weeks.
Riccardo Tisci’s appointment as Burberry’s new chief creative officer has sent the brand’s share price up over 5% but what does it mean in fashion stakes for Britain’s leading luxury brand?