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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Gender discrimination and inappropriate behaviour towards women in the workplace are plaguing the fashion retail industry, an exclusive survey by Drapers has shown.
Unequal opportunities: fashion retail's gender problemVideoSubscription
Drapers’ first gender equality survey reveals a worrying picture of women’s experiences of working in the fashion industry.
Debbie Hewitt: the consummate retail leader Subscription
Debbie Hewitt’s varied career and wide range of experience give her unique insight into what it takes to lead fashion retailers through troubled times.
British sportswear brand Castore has revealed plans to open flagship stores in key cities worldwide and expand into womenswear, as it unveiled further details of its strategic partnership with British tennis player Andy Murray.
British fashion's £5.5m industrial actionSubscription
A new £5.5m research programme aims to improve speed, productivity and sustainability in the UK’s clothing supply chain.
Is direct-to-consumer the death of wholesale?Subscription
As more and more wholesale brands sell direct to the consumer, independent retailers have been left wondering if they have a viable future.
Muted Moda ready for a refreshSubscription
The Midlands show played it safe as it finds its place among its London trade show stablemates.
Drapers Independents Awards 2019: enter now Subscription
Entries are now open for the 2019 Drapers Independents Awards, celebrating the best fashion retailers and brands in this valuable sector across the UK and Ireland.
Five things brands can learn from Fyre FestivalSubscription
The shocking story of the botched attempt to organise a new, luxury music festival in the Bahamas has gripped the nation thanks to a recently released documentary by Netflix.
Power to the people directorsSubscription
The rising popularity of the role of people director in fashion reflects a wider shift in approach towards well-being at work.