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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Oliver Brown hires new head cutterSubscription
Luxury British tailoring house Oliver Brown has appointed former Gieves & Hawkes bespoke undercutter, Riki Brockman, as its new head cutter.
The industry is calling for government support as scores of retailers across the UK cut head office roles in a bid to reduce costs and combat tough trading conditions.
Debenhams recruits 7,000 Christmas staffSubscription
Debenhams has filled 7,000 Christmas jobs across its 165 UK stores in the run up to Christmas, to help offer better customer service during the busiest time of year.
Woolrich International bolsters team Subscription
US outerwear brand Woolrich International has appointed a new general manager of global direct-to-consumer and digital accounts and a sales director of export.
The BFC launches new membership programmeSubscription
The British Fashion Council (BFC) is launching a new membership programme, an annual subscription and professional network of British designers.
Clipper founder tables £300m takeover bidSubscription
The founder of Clipper Logistics, which provides delivery services for retailers such as Asos and John Lewis, is reportedly preparing a £300m bid to take the company private.
Karen Millen digital director joins FitFlopSubscription
FitFlop has appointed Martin Francis, former Karen Millen and Coast customer and digital director, as its new digital general manager.
First Look: A new home for Fred Perry in NYCSubscription
British heritage brand Fred Perry has opened the doors to its new US flagship in New York City’s Soho district.
White Stuff to cut head office roles Subscription
White Stuff placed some roles from its customer and wholesale teams into consultation yesterday, as part of its ongoing business transformation programme, Drapers has learned.
Mothercare UK to shut by February Subscription
Mothercare’s UK business will be wound down by February, resulting in 79 store closures and 2,500 redundancies, Drapers can reveal.