Suzanne is a freelance journalist, specialising in fashion, digital and travel.
Drapers takes a look forward to the fabric and materials innovations that could shape fashion for the next 100 years.
Drapers takes a look forward to the trends and technology that will define the direction of stores for the next 100 years of fashion retail.
Fears over Avenue 32 closureSubscription
Womenswear etailer Avenue 32 appears to be preparing to wind up the company and has cancelled orders for autumn 17, weeks after putting itself up for sale, Drapers can reveal.
Brand Attic to launch first own labelSubscription
Manchester-based young fashion etailer Brand Attic will launch its first own label this autumn, as it enjoys a spike in sales.
Analysis: Who is Topshop's new boss?Subscription
Who is Paul Price? That was the question on everyone’s lips as news of the appointment of this relatively unknown figure to the top job at Topshop and Topman was announced yesterday.
Pushing the limits: athleisure brands to watchSubscription
Demand for performance fabrics amalgamated with a stylish aesthetic has led to an explosion in the popularity of athleisurewear. Beyond the big brands such as Nike, Lululemon and Sweaty Betty, we hone in on the smaller names to add to your buy next season.
Tradeshows including Panorama, Pitti Uomo and Scoop have revealed plans to introduce new concepts as they look to woo exhibitors and attendees next season.
Customers rushed to John Lewis’s website this morning, placing five orders every second between 8-8.30am.
Edinburgh Woollen Mill (EWM) has been cleared of allegations that some of the scarves it labelled as 100% cashmere were actually blended with cheaper materials.
Womenswear independents heading to London trade shows Pure and Scoop this weekend have been forced to cut their spring 17 budgets following a difficult start to the summer.