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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Dramatic, sculptural designs and a sustainable focus are at the heart of Georgia Hardinge’s eponymous womenswear brand.
The golden opportunities of jewellerySubscription
As “demi-fine” brands, changing trends and more accessible price points shift the jewellery landscape, Drapers discovers how retailers can best make use of its lucrative potential.
Who can re-imagine fashion retail?Subscription
The idea of a “visionary” approach is gaining traction in retail. Drapers looks into how fashion businesses are integrating this approach into their strategies.
Fast fashion ads banned by watchdogSubscription
Fast fashion retailers Boohoo and Missguided have both had recent adverts banned by the Advertising Standards Agency (ASA), following complaints over their impact on young shoppers and depiction of women.
Five critical factors in re-inventing retail Subscription
Experts from Adidas, Anthropologie, Ben Sherman and independent retailer The Hambledon shared their insights on updating and reviving the in-store experience this morning at the Drapers Fashion Forum.
Fashion's post-Brexit funding conundrum Subscription
As Brexit leaves a question mark over European funding for universities and young fashion businesses, Drapers asks how the landscape is changing and what the shift means for upcoming talent in the industry.
Li & Fung strengthens capital structure Subscription
Supply chain giant Li & Fung has completed a simultaneous bond tender offer and new bond offering, as it seeks to solidify its capital structure.
Selfridges’ store investment fuels sales riseSubscription
Investments in experiences and a regeneration of the Oxford Street flagship store have driven a 6% increase in sales at luxury department store Selfridges, to £1.85bn for the year to February.
Worst September in stores for eight yearsSubscription
In-store sales fell by 3.1% in September – the worst fall since 2011 – as high-profile closures and uncertainties continue to knock consumer confidence.
H&M boss cautions on Brexit ‘risks’Subscription
The H&M group has cautioned that prices may rise and products be delayed into the UK as a result of Brexit, but investment and growth in the country remains undeterred.