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It has now been more than two and a half years since the Brexit vote. Since that fateful day, the UK has been mired in uncertainty and, unfortunately, it is showing no signs of abating.
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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Mover and shaker Debbie Moore is enjoying a resurgence of the trailblazing dancewear-inspired clothing brand she launched in 1979.
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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Kerry O’Brien launched Commando to fill a gap for chic but comfortable lingerie.
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Clothing rental has the potential to make fashion retail more sustainable and provide benefits to both consumers and brands.
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Smartly tailored shorts come with neat pleat fronts.
3 January 2019Sabina Weston
As we step into the new year, etail giant Asos has revealed the trends that stole shoppers’ hearts in 2018.
27 November 2018Kirsty McGregor
London-based manufacturer Fashion Enter has launched its own womenswear label, which it is selling direct to consumers online.
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.
21 January 2019Jill Geoghegan
TFG London, the owner of Phase Eight, Whistles, Hobbs and Damsel in a Dress, had a 4.7% year on year increase in sales in December, underpinned by strong post-Black Friday trade and an “excellent” response to the launch of its end of season Sale.
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