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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‘Mindful’ spending on the rise as Black Friday looms Subscription
British shoppers intend to ignore Black Friday and Cyber Monday discounting this year – potentially reducing overall spend by more than £800m.
Christmas shoppers undeterred by election nervesSubscription
The general election and political instability will have no significant impact on consumer spending this Christmas, new research shows.
Updated: Arcadia names new chairmanSubscription
Sir Philip Green’s Arcadia Group has appointed Andrew Coppel as its new chairman, following a turbulent year for the embattled retail empire.
Join the De La Vali Ibizan partySubscription
De La Vali’s Ibizan party glamour is winning over premium shoppers: paving the way high-profile retailer tie-ups and imminent international expansion.
The pulling power of pop-upsSubscription
Landlords and brands are experimenting with new types of pop-up shops, making them a mutually beneficial, innovative addition to high streets.
Ego launches 'mini-me' kids’ collectionSubscription
Manchester-based footwear business Ego has launched its debut kids’ styles.
Thoughts from a denim mastermindSubscription
Jeff Rudes, CEO of LA womenswear brand L’Agence, knows a thing or two about denim, having also co-founded jeans label J Brand in 2005.
Meet Edgar the Dragon, star of the John Lewis Christmas adVideoSubscription
In the first-ever joint Christmas ad campaign between John Lewis & Partners and sister supermarket Waitrose & Partners, the retailer sprinkles a heavy dose of festive magic with the help of an excitable dragon.
First Look: Timberland's sustainable urban oasisSubscription
Drapers explores Timberland’s new “purpose-led”, sustainable store in London’s West End.
Hedging your bets: how to manage currency risksSubscription
Foreign currency hedging provides stability, but making a loss is just as likely as a gain