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The pace of change has never been this fast, yet it will never be this slow again. I have lost count of how many times I have heard this expression used in relation to fashion retail in 2019.
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Missguided suffered a dramatic fall from grace when profits crumbled in 2017. Founder and CEO Nitin Passi reveals the drastic action he took to turn the etailer round.
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When London designer Ricky Wesley Harriott launched his womenswear brand in 2016, he had no idea that US singer Lady Gaga would be sporting Wesley Harriott designs just one year later.
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Independent retailer CoLab is gaining traction on Bristol’s high street for its community-driven business model – not least as the winner of Drapers’ Independents Community Award 2019.
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Flannels adds fuel to indies’ Grazia promotion debate
This is getting beyond a joke. Its all down to greedy suits who back these companies and need a return. All the respectable indies in the UK just now are businesses that have been started by passionate individuals who love their bricks and mortar stores and these mummys boys who get handed mummys shop to run once they leave university make the classy indies shine like the stars they are. The internet is fab, however nothing makes up for the shopping experience these wonderful stores like Jules B and Sunday Best can offer. Hold tight Rhona and Jan, your stores are retaining dignity and respect by not going down this tacky route. Let Flannels and Coggles pick up the nouveau riche consumer with her huge credit card bill and anonymous shopping habit - she will not be around forever!!. You stick to your loyal local customer base who enjoys your expertise and philosophy which remember is why you now have the stunning respectable businesses you now have. Good Luck and sit tight, the indies of the UK are behind you.
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