Kirsty McGregor is Deputy Editor at Drapers, working across the magazine and the website. She is a regular media commentator on fashion and retail. She joined Drapers in May 2014, having previously spent almost five years at social policy magazine Community Care.
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Employing the ‘unemployable’Subscription
As the rules around employing people on temporary release from prison are relaxed, the talent pool is widening for fashion retailers.
Is Amazon the saviour of the high street?Subscription
Online giant Amazon has thrown its considerable weight behind a series of pop-ups across the UK. Drapers analyses the impact
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Farfetch strengthens management teamSubscription
Ecommerce platform Farfetch has appointed its first chief data officer, and moved Browns CEO Holli Rogers into the newly created role of chief brand officer.
Students joined the great and good of the fashion industry at Graduate Fashion Week to celebrate the best in up-and-coming talent.
Drapers’ survey shows fashion brands, retailers and suppliers are investing more in sustainability, but it will take the industry, consumers and government working together to make lasting change
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Making money from marketplacesSubscription
Online marketplaces are evolving into a more sophisticated selling channel for fashion brands and a way to attract new fans, and present an opportunity for retailers to expand their offer with labels that suit their customer.
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The high-tech new standard for sampling Subscription
Digital sampling technologies require brands to change their approach, but could significantly speed up lead times and reduce waste