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Despite the success of early trailblazers such as Net-A-Porter and Farfetch, the luxury sector has lagged behind the rest of fashion world when it comes to adapting to a digital future.
Alexandra Van Houtte founded the website Tagwalk in 2016 with the aim of helping brands, retailers and stylists to work more efficiently to find the inspiration and latest trends they need from the international catwalks.
Drapers speaks to former Burberry and Tom Ford buyer Agatha Lintott about Antibad, her newly launched sustainable and ethically focused ecommerce site.
Drapers speaks to Giulio Xiloyannis, chief operating officer of Zalora, to find out how brand exclusivity and next-day delivery by canoe fuels its ecommerce dominance of the south-east Asian market.
Like-for-like sales growth at H&M group has slumped over the past three years, suggesting the Swedish retailer is starting to lose its footing. Drapers examines why it is struggling and what it can do to win back its customers
With just over two weeks to go until the new data protection laws come into effect, Drapers asks legal experts for their advice on what retailers can do to ensure compliance – and avoid penalties – at this stage.
Discover some tips and practical examples of how brands and retailers – large and small – are already making the most of Instagram’s new Shopping update.
As the fashion retail industry gets ready for Drapers Digital Festival, some of the keynote speakers share their tactics for improving customer engagement.
Artificial intelligence is the buzzphrase on everyone’s lips and in this report, we delve into how it is changing the customer experience.
Social media platform Instagram is unveiling a much-anticipated shopping update today (20 March), allowing UK businesses to sell products via posts.
Bots, drones and driverless cars may be grabbing the headlines, but for fashion retailers and brands, the key to future-proofing logistics will be using the right technology effectively.
Online sales are soaring across the fashion industry. But, as the market matures – figures from IMRG Capgemini show 2017 growth plateaued at 12.1%, down from 15.9% in 2016 – Drapers identifies the five developments that will shape fashion ecommerce in 2018.
Held on 14-16 January in New York, National Retail Federation’s NRF18: Retail’s Big Show is one of the world’s biggest retail technology trade shows. Here are the key takeaways for fashion retailers from this year’s event.
Digital change and technological evolution have led much of the change in fashion retail in recent years, and 2018 will be no exception. Drapers explores the most important digital trends in fashion.
The resale industry is soaring as entrepreneurial sellers trade on the inflated premiums buyers are prepared to pay for the hottest products and brands.
Kicking off the autumn season of Drapers’ Hit or Miss shopping series, we decided to focus on the ever-growing world of digital and set out to put online retail to the test.
Ahead of Tommy Hilfger’s debut show at London Fashion Week, Drapers took a trip to the brand’s flagship Regent Street store for an exclusive meeting with the man behind the brand, Tommy Hilfiger, its chief brand officer, Avery Baker, and global CEO Daniel Grieder.