Emily Sutherland is a features writer at Drapers, writing about a wide range of issues including ecommerce, technology and multichannel retail. She joined the Drapers team in 2016 and has previously worked on titles in the hospitality industry.
Sir Philip Green’s Arcadia has lined up footwear brand Vans to fill the Oxford Street store previously occupied by Miss Selfridge.
John Lewis outlines new vision for menswearSubscription
John Lewis will unveil a new in-house menswear brand and revamp its existing Kin range for autumn 19, reflecting what the retailer described as its “most significant” investment in menswear to date.
Day on track to delist BonmarchéSubscription
Philip Day is on track to take womenswear retailer Bonmarché private and delist it from the London Stock Exchange after its last largest investor sold its stake.
Mytheresa's mission of global luxury expansion Subscription
Michael Kliger, president and chief executive of Mytheresa, has plans to expand the luxury retailer in both its offer and the markets it serves
As Shop Direct’s Very marks its 10th anniversary, managing director of retail Sam Perkins and fashion director Emma Alexander reflect on the changing retail landscape and outline their plans for the next 10 years.
Special effects: the power of exclusive productSubscription
Barely a week goes by without a retailer unveiling a new “exclusive” collection. But are one-off collections and products simply a way of making noise?
Stepping upmarket in styleSubscription
Fashion-forward contemporary footwear at an affordable price point is enjoying a moment in the sun, and brands see opportunity for growth
Sandro owner acquires menswear brand Subscription
SCMP, the owner of Sandro, Maje and Claudie Pierlot, has announced plans to acquire menswear brand De Fursac.
New Look full-year profits back in the blackSubscription
New Look has reported a return to operating profit in its full-year results as its turnaround plans begin to bear fruit.
Cash in on the vogue for vintageSubscription
Drapers explores how sustainability is breathing new life into the fast-growing vintage clothing market.