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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First Look: Warehouse debuts menswear collectionSubscription
Warehouse has unveiled its debut menswear range for spring 20 - with a collection designed to create a seasonal capsule wardrobe.
Walpole reveals 2020 brands of tomorrowSubscription
Brands including knitwear company Country of Origin and womenswear label Dai have been announced as part of luxury group Walpole’s 2020 Brands of Tomorrow project.
‘Healthy’ uptick in consumer confidenceSubscription
Consumer confidence rose by two points in February to reach -7, a climb attributed to an increasingly positive view on the economy.
Coronavirus: the fallout in fashionSubscription
Coronavirus continues to wreak havoc across the global economy. Drapers looks at the impact on fashion supply chains, how retailers are responding and how the shut-down in China could lead to long-term changes to sourcing habits.
Milan’s autumn 20 offering was a season of drama on and off the runways.
In a digital world, online reviews are an increasingly important way for retailers to connect with their customers – building trust and responding to feedback to help shape their offers and grow their businesses.
Concerns raised over Amazon warehouse injuriesSubscription
More than 600 workers have been injured at Amazon warehouses in the UK over the past three years, according to figures seen by the GMB Union.
Burberry launches ‘carbon insetting’ projectSubscription
Luxury British brand Burberry has launched a “carbon insetting” project, aimed at dramatically reducing the business’s carbon footprint.
100 Shoe Zone stores at risk over business ratesSubscription
The boss of Shoe Zone has warned that the footwear retailer may be forced to shut 100 stores if there is no reform to the business rates system.
New York’s new wave: 10 trends to knowSubscription
With a reduced schedule and scarcity of big-name shows, questions have swirled around New York Fashion Week’s relevance to the fashion calendar.