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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Expansion boosts Raging Bull sales Subscription
Lifestyle brand Raging Bull has reported a 29% like-for-like increase in retail and ecommerce sales in the year to 31 December 2019.
M&S extends click-and-collect cut-offSubscription
Marks & Spencer has extended its click-and-collect service for next-day collection from 10pm to 11pm, to help grow its online sales.
New £90m northern outlet to open in 2021Subscription
A new designer shopping and leisure outlet in the north of England is expected to open in 2021.
Ted Baker must fill 'poisoned chalice' CEO roleSubscription
Ted Baker’s cost-saving plan is a “great start” for the business, say industry experts, but the retailer needs to fill its CEO and creative lead roles before it makes “inroads to recovery”.
Ex-HMV boss joins Ted Baker as interim CFOSubscription
Ted Baker has appointed former HMV group finance director David Wolffe as its new interim chief finance officer.
Head office redundancies at Ted Baker Subscription
Ted Baker has conducted a review of its operational efficiency, costs and business model after a “very challenging year”, resulting in 102 redundancies.
M&S bra-fitting goes digital Subscription
Marks & Spencer has introduced a new digital bra-fit tool to gain access to customer data and improve its in-store shopping experience.
Ex-Office CEO to join Dr MartensSubscription
Dr Martens has announced that former Office chief executive Lorenzo Moretti will join the footwear business as its new president EMEA, Drapers can reveal.
N Brown poaches Pure Collection marketing director Subscription
N Brown Group has appointed former Pure Collection brand and marketing director James Randall as its new director of brand marketing, Drapers can reveal.
Lululemon closes China stores amid coronavirusSubscription
Canadian activewear giant Lululemon has been forced to close many of its stores in China because of the Covid-19 coronavirus outbreak.