Kirsty McGregor is Deputy Editor at Drapers, working across the magazine and the website. She is a regular media commentator on fashion and retail. She joined Drapers in May 2014, having previously spent almost five years at social policy magazine Community Care.
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Once a digital pioneer, lingerie and swimwear etailer Figleaves has lost its way in recent years. CEO Miriam Lahage tells Drapers how she is getting it back on track.
London Fashion Week kicked off this morning with a focus on international co-operation, promoting emerging talent and celebrating diversity.
Drapers Digital Awards 2018 shortlist revealed Subscription
We can now unveil the shortlist for the Drapers Digital Awards 2018, which recognise and celebrate the best in fashion ecommerce.
Drapers Independents Awards 2018: enter nowSubscription
Entries are now open for the 2018 Drapers Independents Awards, celebrating the best fashion retailers and brands in this valuable sector across the UK and Ireland.
First Clarks Originals store opens in LondonSubscription
Clarks has opened the first standalone store for its Originals sub-brand, in London’s Soho.
Former New Look menswear director joins TopmanSubscription
Christopher Englinde, who left his position as menswear director at New Look last summer, is joining Topman as brand director.
Drapers highlights some new brands and collections from the autumn 18 edition of premium womenswear trade show Scoop in London.
Serene Scoop delivers quality product and buyersSubscription
Horns blared on west London’s King’s Road on Sunday as traffic built up as a result of the weekend roadworks, but inside the nearby Saatchi Gallery, premium womenswear trade show Scoop was its usual oasis of calm.
Alexa Chung's fashion platform at ScoopSubscription
This season’s edition of London’s premium womenswear trade show Scoop showcased a new tie-up with Villoid, the online fashion platform set up by model Alexa Chung and her friend, Karin Kaellman, who tells Drapers all about it.
2018 is going to be a “big year” for independent retailers as smaller businesses begin to embrace new technologies, experts predicted at an event in London this week.