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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New York’s new wave: 10 trends to knowSubscription
With a reduced schedule and scarcity of big-name shows, questions have swirled around New York Fashion Week’s relevance to the fashion calendar.
International online fashion magazine Who What Wear has launched a new clothing, accessories and footwear collection in the UK and European markets. Katherine Power, CEO and co-founder, speaks to Drapers to reveal more.
Drapers Hit or Miss: lingerieSubscription
Drapers tests the high street’s top names in lingerie to see if their offers are up to standard.
Première Vision shines despite coronavirus fearsSubscription
A key date in the fashion industry’s diary, Parisian textile trade show Premiere Vision was a muted affair for spring 21, but still provided a panoply of creative fabrics
Première Vision: Inside the Maison D’ExceptionsSubscription
For spring 21, Premiere Vision introduced a new showcase area to the Fabrics hall. The Maison D’Exceptions section presented designers, mills and makers at the creative vanguard of textiles. These small designers focused on couture techniques, innovations and practices pushing the boundaries of textile experimentations.
Première Vision: key fabric trends for spring 21Subscription
Drapers brings you the top spring 21 fabric trends from Paris textiles show Première Vision.
Lucy Litwack is building a female-owned, female-run and female-focused lingerie business with a luxury sensibility fit for the modern age.
First Look: Martine Rose teams up with FarahSubscription
Heritage menswear brand Farah reaches its 100th anniversary this year, and has celebrated by teaming up with London Fashion Week Men’s star designer Martine Rose.
The Institute of Directors has called on the government to offer a relief on rates for expanding businesses – in a bid to encourage entrepreneurism in growing companies.
Calls to investigate KPMG over Ted Baker errorsSubscription
The accountancy watchdog has been called on to investigate KPMG following errors which led to lifestyle retailer Ted Baker overstating its inventory by up to £58m.