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It’s summer’s dress sensation – but why has Zara’s polka-dot maxi-dress taken the high street by storm?
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.
17 July 2019 2:17 pm
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Dr Martens managing director Kenny Wilson talks to Drapers about taking the famous footwear brand international – and rumours of a potential sale
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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Maud Barrionuevo, global buying director for luxury Parisian ecommerce site 24S, tells Drapers her lessons in luxury.
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The charity retail sector is going through a metamorphosis, and fashion retailers can take advantage of new partnership opportunities to meet fashion’s rising sustainability agenda.
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21 January 2011
By Laura Weir, Marie Davies
Chester Barrie, £250
White shirt used throughout, Eton, £29.50
Remus Uomo, £74.50
J Lindeberg, £109 (jacket only)
Without Prejudice, £110
Skopes, £47 (jacket only)
Hugo Boss, £175
Paul Costelloe, £60 (jacket only)
Matinique, £67.50 (jacket only)
8 April 2019Grace Whelan
New Look will remove menswear from its UK and Irish stores for autumn 19 to make the category an online-only offering, Drapers can reveal.
12 July 2019Emily Sutherland
John Lewis will unveil a new in-house menswear brand and revamp its existing Kin range for autumn 19, reflecting what the retailer described as its “most significant” investment in menswear to date.
6 June 2019Olivia Pinnock, Katie Imms
Persistent trading volatility and Brexit uncertainty are dampening sentiment in the menswear sector, but bullish retailers hope to find fresh new brands and product to lift sales at the spring 20 trade shows.
15 April 2019Tim Clark
With retail veteran Nigel Oddy driving operations, a lighter debt load, and a leaner store estate and menswear offer, the fast fashion retailer is primed for a resurgence.
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