Isabella Fish is a reporter at Drapers, covering womenswear and finance across the magazine and website. She joined the Drapers team in 2019, having previously worked at the Daily Mail as a news reporter.
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The Iconic launches 100% recyled packagingSubscription
Australian multibrand etailer The Iconic, which is owned by international ecommerce group Global Fashion Group (GFG), has launched 100% recycled “delivery satchels”.
Harrogate Fashion Week postponedSubscription
The July edition of trade show Harrogate Fashion Week has been provisionally pushed back to August as a result of Covid-19.
Bank holiday footfall jumps 49% Subscription
The opening of non-essential stores on 15 June “couldn’t come soon enough”, Springboard has said, after footfall jumped significantly over the bank holiday weekend.
Shoppers must not try on clothes, says GoveSubscription
Minister for the Cabinet Office Michael Gove has said shoppers will need to “exercise restraint” by not trying on clothing and testing goods ahead of purchase when stores reopen from 15 June.
Atterley appoints strategic adviser Subscription
Online fashion marketplace Atterley has appointed former British Vogue editor-in-chief Alexandra Shulman as a strategic adviser.
Intu outlines shopping centre safety plansSubscription
Shopping centre owner Intu has outlined how it will safely support the gradual reopening of non-essential retail stores at its 14 UK shopping centres, in line with government guidelines.
What is happening at Jigsaw? Subscription
After a mass boardroom exodus, questions have been raised over who is running Jigsaw. Drapers investigates.
Boardroom changes at Burberry Subscription
Burberry Group independent non-executive director and senior independent director Jeremy Darroch is to step down because of his other executive commitments.
M&S bolsters clothing and home team Subscription
Marks & Spencer has appointed Heidi Woodhouse as its new director of home and furniture, to help accelerate the transformation of its clothing and home arm.
The Covid-19 coronavirus crisis continues to be a threat to the survival of shops up and down the country, the British Retail Consortium (BRC) has warned, as retailers gear up to reopen in June.