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Clarks’ decision to close its Somerset factory does not reflect the state of the wider UK textile manufacturing industry, argues Make it British founder Kate Hills.
Entries are now open for the Drapers Digital Awards - recognising the best of the best in ecommerce across the fashion industry in the UK and Ireland.
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Azeem and Junaid Ansari built on their sibling bond to create an award-winning menswear independent
Drapers Footwear Awards 19 will recognise and celebrate the footwear's very best from across the UK and Ireland.
We have 18 exciting categories up for contest, including International Footwear Business of the Year and Best Sustainable Initiative of the Year.
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Frustrated by a lack of options for men who do yoga, Louis d’Origny set up activewear brand Ohmme
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As high street store sales decline, brands are turning to online concessions to get their product in front of consumers
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By Laura Weir, Marie Davies
7 November 2018Jill Geoghegan
Marks & Spencer chief executive Steve Rowe has said “more than 100 stores” will close as the retailer forges ahead with its turnaround plan.
20 December 2018Grace Whelan
CIFF will launch a showroom project called Village at its autumn 19 edition in January.
20 November 2018Emily Sutherland
Group revenue at Global Fashion Group, which operates fashion ecommerce platforms Dafiti, LaModa, Namshi and Zalora, rose by 16.9% on a constant currency basis to €264m (£235m) in the third quarter of this year.
9 January 2019Tim Clark
The drop in the value of sterling, tough trading conditions and supply chain issues led lingerie retailer Boux Avenue’s operating losses for the year to 31 March 2018 to more than double year on year.
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