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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Victoria's Secret UK falls into administration Subscription
The UK arm of Victoria’s Secret has collapsed into administration, putting more than 800 jobs at risk.
Retail veteran calls for 'rental administration'Subscription
Robert de Keyser, managing director of fashion agency Jonny Drama, is urging the government to introduce new business rates and rent measures to give fashion retailers a chance of surviving when they reopen on 15 June.
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John Lewis launches lockdown workshops Subscription
John Lewis Partnership is this week launching a series of free online workshops to help address some of the undesirable “side effects” of coronavirus lockdown, such as poor posture from home working.
LVMH quashes Tiffany share rumours Subscription
French luxury group LVMH has said it is not considering purchasing shares in US luxury jeweller Tiffany & Co, which would enable it to reduce its outlay on buying the business.
Premium Group to launch digital trade showSubscription
Berlin trade show organiser Premium Group is launching the “first digital trade show in the world” on 14 July, in response to the coronavirus.
M&S scraps bonuses for a second yearSubscription
Marks & Spencer will pay no executive bonuses for a second year, despite a “much stronger management team” “working harder than ever” in the coronavirus pandemic, said chairman Archie Norman.
Amazon plans June summer fashion SaleSubscription
Amazon has set a date for its “Fashion Summer Sale” event to provide a boost for sellers feeling the impacts of the coronavirus pandemic.
John Smedley and the '10 Covid commandments'Subscription
Ian Maclean, managing director of John Smedley, talks coronavirus survival strategies, international expansion plans and safeguarding the future of the 236-year-old knitwear brand and manufacturer.
Fashion retailers will take a cautious approach to discounting when they reopen stores in England from 15 June, despite the desperate need to clear stock left unsold during lockdown.