Emily Sutherland is a features writer at Drapers, writing about a wide range of issues including ecommerce, technology and multichannel retail. She joined the Drapers team in 2016 and has previously worked on titles in the hospitality industry.
Cash in on the vogue for vintageSubscription
Drapers explores how sustainability is breathing new life into the fast-growing vintage clothing market.
Businesses 'unprepared for no-deal Brexit'Subscription
Around 150,000 businesses do not have the paperwork in place that will allow them to continue exporting to the European Union in the event of a no-deal Brexit, Mark Carney, the governor of the Bank of England has warned.
Clothing sales hit five-year lowSubscription
Clothing and footwear sales suffered their biggest sales slump in five years last month, as unseasonably cold weather deterred shoppers from the high street.
Asos unveils 'responsible edit' Subscription
Asos has launched a “responsible edit” to provide customers with a “one-stop shop for environmentally conscious clothing, accessories and living items”.
Meet the sustainable start-ups powered by Farfetch Subscription
Through its Dream Assembly programme, fashion platform Farfetch is seeking to foster start-ups with the potential to change the industry for good
Urban Outfitters’ European head, Emma Wisden, is on a quest to build on its brand identity to create an unparalleled shopping experience in stores and online
Swimwear aficionado Rosi Farrow is celebrating a milestone birthday of her resortwear etailer Beach Cafe.
Quiz embarks on cost-cutting exerciseSubscription
Fast fashion retailer Quiz will seek to save an additional £3m in costs as it battles falling profits, its senior leadership has told Drapers.
A Cold Wall scoops BFC/GQ menswear prize Subscription
Samuel Ross, creative director of A Cold Wall, has won the British Fashion Council’s BFC/GQ Designer Menswear Fund.
Ted Baker has issued a profit warning after being hit by “extremely difficult” trading conditions, heavy discounting and consumer uncertainty across key markets.