Harriet Brown is staff writer at Drapers, she covers news, fashion and features. She recently graduated from City University with an MA in magazine journalism and was previously a sub-editor at Digital Spy.
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Seven activewear brands to bet onSubscription
Drapers’ pick of the brands to note in the booming athleisure sector, from sustainable style setters to technical performance pioneers.
As the athleisure market matures, Drapers takes a look at the latest trends and developments shaping the fast-moving sector.
'I test product by sleeping on the ice at -40°C'Subscription
As autumn product starts to arrive in stores, Drapers looks at a Canadian outerwear brand that is hoping to attract shoppers in the coming season.
Kipling rebrands for a new audienceSubscription
Drapers talks to Kipling’s vice-president and general manager Olivier Gay to find out how the 1990s favourite is strategising its future evolution.
Leading Luisa Cerano into the omnichannel worldSubscription
As womenswear brand Luisa Cerano celebrates its 20th anniversary, managing director Jürgen Leuthe outlines its transition to an omnichannel operator.
Rebecca Minkoff’s creates bags and clothing to fit with all aspects of women’s lives.
Plans to reshape London’s Oxford Street are continuing, despite the project failing to gain funding from Transport for London (TfL).
Burberry sales inch up in ‘transition’ periodSubscription
Burberry has announced a 3% rise in comparable sales for the first quarter of 2018, as the luxury brand undergoes a “period of transition” ahead of Riccardo Tisci’s first season as chief creative officer.
Burberry to collaborate with Vivienne WestwoodSubscription
Burberry is set to collaborate with British punk designer Vivienne Westwood on a collection of ”re-imagined iconic styles”, in celebration of British fashion and heritage.
Landlords tried to block House of Fraser CVASubscription
House of Fraser’s restructuring plans faced tough opposition from landlords, and several high-profile investors attempted to block the department store chain’s company voluntary arrangement (CVA).