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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Drapers Hit or Miss: fashion rentalSubscription
As the rental fashion trends begins to take off, Drapers road tests four platforms offering consumers the chance to hire their wardrobes.
Quiz sales and profits ‘disappointing’Subscription
Womenswear retailer Quiz has revealed dwindling sales and plummeting profits for the six months to 30 September.
Duke & Dexter's latest streetwear collabSubscription
Following on from its collaboration with rapper Snoop Dogg, luxury men’s footwear brand Duke and Dexter has unveiled a new streetwear-inspired collaboration.
Gen Z's alternative social channelsSubscription
As Facebook and Instagram have become well established for retailers, and consumers spread their social attention to new platforms, Drapers looks into the success of four alternative platforms: TikTok, Snapchat, Twitch and Pinterest.
Welcome to the house of BlahnikSubscription
Kristina Blahnik is bringing all aspects of luxury footwear brand Manolo Blahnik back in house with the aim of respecting its heritage and securing its long-term future
Businesses offering consumers ways to care for or lengthen the life of their clothing are booming. Drapers speaks to four growing businesses to find out about why the aftercare sector is on the up.
BRC 'welcomes' Tory business rates pledgesSubscription
The British Retail Consortium (BRC) has welcomed a promised review of the business rates system unveiled as part of the Conservative manifesto.
Clampdown on councils buying shopping centresSubscription
The Treasury is reported to be making it harder for local authorities to buy struggling retail properties, as concerns rise that the investments could bankrupt local councils.
LVMH buys Tiffany for €14bnSubscription
French luxury giant LVMH has reached an agreement to buy jewellery maker Tiffany & Co for €14.7bn (£12.6bn).
Intu offloads Northern Irish retail park Subscription
Property company Intu has announced the sale of Sprucefield Retail Park in Northern Ireland for £40m.