Isabella Fish is a reporter at Drapers, covering womenswear and finance across the magazine and website. She joined the Drapers team in 2019, having previously worked at the Daily Mail as a news reporter.
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Anthropologie to open in Winchester Subscription
Lifestyle retailer Anthropologie has announced that it will be opening a new store in Winchester, Hampshire, on 9 December.
Primark to debut in SlovakiaSubscription
Primark has announced that it will enter its 15th market, Slovakia, after signing a lease to open a store in Bratislava.
Joules primed for 'tough' trading, says chiefSubscription
Joules CEO Nick Jones says the retailer is set up for a “successful Christmas” and ready to battle through further tough trading head winds, as it has “stepped up” its investments in the business.
Boohoo founders to sell shares Subscription
Boohoo Group founders Carol Kane and Mahmud Kamani are to sell shares in the etailer valued at up to £150m.
Pantone reveals colour of the year for 2020Subscription
The Pantone Color Institute has identified “Classic Blue” as the colour of the year for 2020.
Joules beats 'tough trading' with revenue riseSubscription
British lifestyle brand Joules has reported a 1.3% year-on-year rise in revenues to £111.6m in the 26 weeks to 24 November, despite the “continued challenging trading environment”.
M&G suspends £2.5bn retail property fundSubscription
Investment firm M&G, which owns shopping centres across the country, has announced that it is temporarily suspending dealing in shares of its £2.5bn M&G Property Portfolio fund with immediate effect.
Royal Mail reveals top 10 Black Friday hotspotsSubscription
UK shoppers made the most online purchases in central London over the course of Black Friday and Cyber Monday this year, Royal Mail has revealed.
Quiz chief blames Brexit for revenue drop Subscription
Quiz CEO Tarak Ramzan and CFO Gerry Sweeney have blamed macro-economic factors for the retailer’s drop in revenues, but remain optimistic that it will be profitable again within the next two years.
Jaeger shrinks losses as store rollout continuesSubscription
Jaeger’s losses have narrowed to £1.1m and parent company Edinburgh Woollen Mill Group (EWM) has hailed the premium womenswear brand’s expansion as one of its “biggest successes this year”.