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Gaps left by some of the big-name designers leaving the Milan Fashion Week Men’s schedule presented opportunities for smaller brands to shine this season
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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Sheffield shoemaker Goral & Son moved from Poland to create made in the UK footwear and is reaping the rewards.
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By Ian Wright, Graeme Moran
Shirt Farah Vintage, £20; sunglasses Hentsch Man, £52; pocket square Pal Zileri, £POA; shorts Magee, £26
Jacket A Child of the Jago, £POA; vest Farrell, £11.95
Shirt Carhartt, £17.50; cardigan Supremebeing, £32; shorts French Connection, £21.50; shoes Hackett, £POA
Shirt £32, trousers £40, both Edwin; loafers Dr Martens, £35.40
Vest Farrell, £11.95; shorts Orlebar Brown, £38; shoes Rivieras, £38.50; jacket A Child of the Jago, £POA
Shirt Vanishing Elephant, £32; jacket J Brand, £77
Blazer Vanishing Elephant, £95; pocket square Pal Zileri, £POA; shirt Franklin & Marshall, £28; bag Filson, £46
Blazer Barbour, £117.50; T-shirt Farrell, £28.35; shorts Carhartt, £25.95
Shirt £36.50, shorts £23.99, both Nordic Union of Novel Camouflage; shoes Dr Martens, £58.35
Matchy-matchy or clashy-clashy, for spring 13 everyone’s getting behind print and pattern.
View more from the Menswear Spring 13 Special
3 January 2019Sabina Weston
As we step into the new year, etail giant Asos has revealed the trends that stole shoppers’ hearts in 2018.
4 December 2018Olivia Pinnock
Some brands supplying House of Fraser are delaying committing to orders for spring 19 because of continuing uncertainty about store closures at the department store chain.
8 January 2019Grace Whelan, Tim Clark
Multiples and independents have reported better-than-expected sales in December, despite concerns about weak consumer confidence.
9 January 2019Tim Clark
A steep rise in international sales in the second half of 2018 helped Fat Face record a 2% rise in revenues to £122m.
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