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Your chance to quiz speakers at Drapers Fashion Summit

Drapers is giving its readers the chance to question the likes of M&S chief executive Stuart Rose, fashion retail TV makeover star Mary Portas and Reiss founder David Reiss at the Drapers Fashion Summit on November 20 and November 21.

Readers can pose questions to all the Fashion Summit’s speakers by emailing us at The best will be used in the question and answer sessions at the event at the Cumberland Hotel.

Some of the top names in fashion retail will be speaking at the Drapers Fashion Summit. Nick Robertson, chief executive of online fashion retailer ASOS will be outlining his take on the new competitive branded etail landscape and Peacocks managing director Tim Bettley will be examining exactly what is driving growth in the value fashion market.

Issues such as the resurgence of premium brands and consumers trading up will be discussed by Austin Reed chief executive Nick Hollingworth and Hobbs chief executive Nick Samuel.

On day two WGSN creative director Barbara Kennington will talk about what fashion trends are likely to continue into 2008 and how to capitalise on them. Claire Harper marketing director at Mamas& Papas will examine new ways to connect with customers while Mothercare supply chain director Richard Street will look at delivering faster response and better availability For more information on speakers or to register for the Drapers Fashion Summit go to or email

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