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Fashion retail's highs and lows of 2018Subscription
As this year comes to a close and a new one approaches, Drapers recaps the twists and turns in the retail industry over the past 12 months
Hash Ladha, CEO, Oasis and WarehouseSubscription
Ladha takes the helm at Oasis and Warehouse as Liz Evans departs.
Liz Evans, outgoing CEO, Oasis and WarehouseSubscription
Liz Evans’ final year at the helm of Oasis and Warehouse has been a solid one, underpinned by improved digital sales and a fresh approach to stores across the group.
Oasis is launching concessions in Sainsbury’s supermarket stores, Drapers can reveal.
Retail experts and industry headhunters have shown resounding support for Oasis and Warehouse boss Liz Evans’ move to join Fat Face as CEO.
Credit insurers cut cover on Oasis and Warehouse Subscription
Credit insurers have cut cover to some Oasis and Warehouse suppliers, amid wider tough trading on the high street.
Exclusive: Oasis and Warehouse name new CEOSubscription
Oasis and Warehouse Group is promoting chief operating officer Hash Ladha to the role of chief executive, as Liz Evans steps down, Drapers can reveal.
Empowering your staff to give their bestSubscription
Oasis and Warehouse COO Hash Ladha, FitFlop global people director Kathy Alison and DL1961 founder Sarah Faisal Ahmed gave their tips for creating a great workplace culture at the Drapers Fashion Forum.
Oasis customer director Briony Garbett is joining Kurt Geiger next month as global brand and customer experience director, Drapers can reveal.
Profits jump at Oasis and Warehouse Subscription
Sister brand Oasis and Warehouse’s joint EBITDA increased 48% year on year to £9.5m, underpinned by a strong digital performance at the group.
Nasty Gal introduces inclusive sizingSubscription
Nasty Gal has joined the growing list of brands to expand the range of sizes they offer to make their clothes more inclusive.
Exclusive: Oasis appoints new head of digital Subscription
Oasis has appointed LK Bennett’s ecommerce director, Liam Price, as its new head of digital, Drapers can reveal.
Coast owner to accelerate sale Subscription
The owner of Coast, Warehouse and Oasis, has accelerated plans to find a new buyer for the fashion chains in the wake of the collapse of House of Fraser, Sky News has reported.
Coast, Warehouse and Oasis are the latest fashion retailers to disclose their gender pay gap data.
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The brave new world of womenswearSubscription
In an overcrowded womenswear market, versatile, quality product and a positive in-store experience are vital.
As part of Drapers’ 130th anniversary celebrations this year, we brought together some of fashion retail’s biggest names for a series of unique one-on-one interviews. Here, retail supremo Don McCarthy reminisces with his friend, Oasis and Warehouse CEO Liz Evans.
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Sales up at Oasis and Coast Subscription
Oasis has revealed a jump in annual profits and online sales, as group stablemate Coast successfully completed the final stage of its three-year turnaround plan.
High Street Hit or Miss: womenswear autumn 17 Subscription
Following last week’s online secret shopper report, Drapers takes to the streets to visit the high street’s womenswear offer at Essex’s Intu Lakeside.
Oasis launches click-and-collect serviceSubscription
Oasis is introducing a click-and-collect service to selected stores next month.
Sale of Warehouse, Coast and Oasis called offSubscription
The owner of Oasis, Warehouse and Coast has called off the sale of the high street womenswear chains.
Drapers explores the technologies that are going from experimental to essential for fashion retailers.
Entrepreneur targets Oasis, Warehouse and CoastSubscription
Entrepreneur Ajay Khaitan is said to be eyeing fashion chains Oasis, Warehouse and Coast.
Oasis has launched an in-store virtual reality (VR) campaign to promote its collaboration with London Zoo owner ZSL (Zoological Society London).
Experiential. It’s the word of the moment and something multichannel retailers are striving to provide, as highlighted by John Lewis’s announcement that it will introduce the new role of manager of brand experience at its Westgate Oxford store when it opens in October.
The owner of Edinburgh Woollen Mill Group (EWM) is said to be considering a bid for womenswear chains Warehouse, Oasis and Coast.
High street preview: Oasis autumn 17Subscription
Vintage references are dotted through Oasis’s autumn 17 collection. Suiting appears in 1970s silhouettes, double-breasted jackets in vibrant reds and heritage checks, while velvet dresses and separates add a retro party aesthetic. Tea dresses and shirts are patterned with ditsy vintage florals, and occasionwear features diaphanous tulles and glittering sequinned embellishments that provide a sophisticated, 1930s-inspired take on party dressing.
Oasis experiments with customer 'Extraordinarium' Subscription
New-season press previews are a regular occurrence, but for autumn 17 Oasis decided to immerse the customer in the experience, too.
Concerns are mounting that a number of Coast, Oasis and Warehouse stores could close once the retailers are sold to new owners.
Drapers Talks: insights and highlights from the Drapers Digital Festival VideoSubscription
In this week’s edition of Drapers Talks, head of commercial projects James Knowles and staff writer Harriet Brown discuss the innovative highlights from the Drapers Digital Festival and the Drapers Digital Awards, held on Tuesday in London.
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Oasis, Coast and Warehouse have revealed improved profit figures for the year to 27 February as their owner prepares them for a possible sale, Drapers can reveal.
It’s here, it’s happened and now we await the results. Black Friday has passed for another year.
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DFF: 'Instinct essential in fast fashion'Subscription
Satisfying the quest for newness and pre-empting what customers want, when they want it, is key to succeeding in fast fashion, retail directors told Drapers Fashion Forum this morning.
High Street Preview: autumn 16Subscription
Get an exclusive first look at next season’s collections from the high street’s biggest names.
Oasis: autumn 16Subscription
Frilly-collared tops, 1960s miniskirts and louche, silky pyjama-inspired sets are the most successful retro looks at Oasis. Florals bloom across much of the range, most appealingly embroidered on everything from denim mini-skirts, silky bomber jackets and nipped-waist dresses. Conversely there is a comfy tomboy look to mannish checked suiting, easy cropped, tweedy trousers and tailored military coats.
As Twitter turned 10 this week, it was interesting to look back and see not only how the platform has changed, but also how retailers’ attitudes towards social media have evolved.
Field visual co-ordinator for the South West has to think on her feet to make the Oasis shop floor as stylish as possible.
Weathering the perfect retail storm Subscription
Experts warn that 2016 could see a higher-than-usual rate of retail insolvencies, following a perfect storm of warm autumn weather and unprecedented discounting.
The most read Drapers Interviews of 2015Subscription
Drapers has interviewed some of the leading figures in fashion retailing this year, but which ones proved the most popular?
Oasis chief expands on London concept storeSubscription
Oasis opened its new 3,200 sq ft concept store on London’s Tottenham Court Walk last month to provide its shoppers with a more experiential offer and to increase dwell times. The store includes a cafe and bar, a nail and hair studio. Chief operating officer Hash Ladha talks Drapers through the concept.
What's Happening in Manchester City Centre?Subscription
MFN’s lowdown on what’s happening within retail in Manchester.