Emily Sutherland is a features writer at Drapers, covering a wide range of issues, including ecommerce, technology and multichannel retail. She joined the Drapers team in 2016 and previously worked on titles in the hospitality industry.
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Administrators are preparing to close the remaining 11 Beales stores and liquidate stock after receiving no offers to buy the department store business.
The capital’s famous creativity was on full display on the penultimate day of shows, which saw collections from big and emerging names alike.
There was more than enough sparkle and glamour to lift show goers’ spirits at the third day of London Fashion Week, even as Storm Dennis continued to pelt the capital.
The lingerie expert driving Myla LondonSubscription
Myla London’s chief operating officer, Leila Habibi, turns to her close knit team when she needs advice and is looking forward to bringing the brand to a larger audience.
Pantone’s pick of autumn 20’s fashion colour trends Subscription
Optimistic colours that instil confidence in consumers are set to dominate for autumn 20, the Pantone Color Institute has announced.
Labels of note from Scoop autumn 20 Subscription
Slow start to 2020 for retailers Subscription
Months of political uncertainty have ingrained a “thrifty approach” among UK shoppers, leading to a slow start to 2020 for retailers.
Losses shrink at New Look Subscription
Losses narrowed at New Look in the third quarter, but its revenue was down on the previous year as the retailer continues to battle tough market conditions.
JD Sports Fashion’s takeover of rival Footasylum could “substantially lessen” competition and leave shoppers worse off, the Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has provisionally ruled.
The ongoing reign of Alexander McQueenSubscription
This month marks a decade since Lee Alexander McQueen’s death on 11 February 2010. Drapers explores how the designer’s eponmyous brand has prospered in the competitive luxury market despite his loss.