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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Louis Vuitton to open restaurant Subscription
Louis Vuitton has reportedly announced that it is opening its first-ever cafe and restaurant at its flagship store in Osaka, Japan, next month.
Frugi appoints new global sales directorSubscription
Kidswear and lifestyle brand Frugi has appointed former Lacoste global commercial director, Steve Lucas, as its new global sales director.
Beth Butterwick joins Jigsaw Subscription
Former Karen Millen chief executive Beth Butterwick has joined Jigsaw as a consultant operating partner, Drapers can reveal.
Lost Ink CEO reveals new strategySubscription
The chief executive of fast fashion womenswear brand Lost Ink has revealed a new direction for the business under its new leadership team.
Flurry of stores to open at Covent Garden Subscription
Fashion retailers Jigsaw, American Vintage, Lulu Guinness and Strathberry are opening new stores in London’s Covent Garden this year.
Almost 60,000 retail jobs lost last yearSubscription
A total of 57,000 retail jobs were lost in 2019, following the 16th consecutive quarter of year-on-year decline, new research has found.
Asos’ latest set of positive trading results are proof that customers are not moving away from fast fashion as it continues to “lead the way” on sustainability, CEO Nick Beighton has said.
Bumper Black Friday onlineSubscription
Online clothing sales rose 9.5% year on year in December as a result of Black Friday falling later in the calendar, new research has found.
Mothercare CEO and chairman step down Subscription
Mothercare has announced that its chief executive officer Mark Newton-Jones has today stepped down as part of the company’s “transformation plans”.
Asos 'back on track' after record Black FridaySubscription
Asos has reported a 20% year-on-year rise in total group revenues to £1.1bn for the four months to 31 December 2019, as a result of a “record Black Friday” and strong customer engagement.