Editor's Comment: A tale of two store strategiesSubscription
In the midst of several high-profile company voluntary arrangements (CVAs), retailers are fighting to prove that evolution is the key to survival – particularly when it comes to the high street.
Comment: Understanding the evolution of luxurySubscription
Luxury is not just about a hefty price tag any more – so what does the word mean for today’s fashion industry?
Comment: It is time for retailers to be boldSubscription
Retailers must take control to survive a perpetually postponed Brexit, says Mary Anderson-Ford, managing director of merchandising recruitment specialist Aqua Retail.
Comment: Death by design for Coal Drops YardSubscription
The King’s Cross retail destination had a great vision – but may have overlooked customer appeal.
Thousands of UK companies – including 139 fashion, footwear and accessories brands and retailers – have filed their gender pay gap figures for 2018/19, shining a spotlight on the issue of gender equality in the workplace.
The UK high street took another hit this week as Debenhams entered a pre-pack administration and its lenders took control.
BRC: A perfect Brexit is no longer an option Subscription
The government must compromise to deliver Brexit and give retailers much-needed clarity, says Mat Morris, external affairs adviser on Brexit for the British Retail Consortium (BRC).
Traditional signs of retail strength – such as a large store portfolio – can now be weaknesses, says retail analyst Richard Hyman.
Planning for Brexit is like to trying to pack for a holiday with no idea of where you’re going, the method of travel or even what factor of sunscreen you’ll need.
Over the past few years, there have been a number of unexpected appointments to the top rungs of traditional fashion retailers, as they have sought to break away from accepted thinking.