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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Why Seasalt has the wind in its sailsSubscription
As a Cornish brand through and through, womenswear retailer Seasalt is building an international reputation on its coastal charm.
As the Tokyo Olympic and Paralympic games in 2020 come within striking distance, British menswear brand Ben Sherman has unveiled an exclusive capsule collection with Team GB.
London Fashion Week: day four, buyer diary Subscription
On a day filled with big name brands, Ida Petersson, menswear and womenswear buying director at luxury store Browns, shares her highlights from the day.
Sister Jane's new siblingSubscription
London-based Sister Jane’s romantic, dramatic aesthetic is resonating with customers and is now extending to a new premium line
London Fashion Week: day three, buyer diarySubscription
Matchesfashion’s head of womenswear buying Cassie Smart shares her highlights from day three at London Fashion Week.
London Fashion Week: day two, buyer diarySubscription
Lisa Aiken, fashion director at American online retailer Moda Operandi, shares her highlights from the second day of London Fashion Week.
London Fashion Week: day one, buyer diary Subscription
On the first day of London Fashion Week’s spring 20 womenswear season, Stavros Karelis, buying director of London store Machine-A, shares his highlights from the day.
John Lewis poised to reveal lossesSubscription
The John Lewis Partnership is expected to unveil a loss this week, as it reports its results for the first half-year of 2019.
Sales edge up at PrimarkSubscription
Sales at Primark have risen 4% year on year for the 52 weeks to 14 September, as the retailer’s expansion continues apace. However, like-for-like sales dropped by 2% for the period, and it warned that future margins are set to take a hit.
Buyers circle IntuSubscription
Intu Properties, the embattled owner of locations such as Manchester’s Trafford Centre and Intu Lakeside in Essex, is reportedly exploring a buyout deal after a challenging period for its shopping centre portfolio.