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Paula Nickolds, managing director, John Lewis Subscription
Paula Nickolds pressed on with her own-brand strategy this year, overseeing the launch of John Lewis & Partners – an 800-piece womenswear collection, which she said was its “most significant fashion investment to date”. ...
John Lewis has said its half-year profits before exceptional items will be “close to zero” this year, and predicted full-year profits will be “substantially lower” than last year.
John Lewis will bring a “curated shopping experience which until now has been the preserve of independents” to Westfield London, managing director Paula Nickolds has said.
As John Lewis opens its experience-led store in Oxford’s Westgate centre, Drapers takes a behind-the-scenes tour to see how the space embodies the business’s ambitious evolution, and seeks to cater for the modern shopper.
Paula Nickolds sets out the future of John LewisSubscription
John Lewis will attempt to increase in-house brands to 50% of its total product mix and encourage more customers to book one-on-one time with staff as it seeks to reinvent department store retailing, its new managing director Paula Nickolds said today.
In her first results presentation since taking on the role of managing director of John Lewis in January, Paula Nickolds played down the challenging retail environment and said she was “optimistic” about the year ahead.
Drapers Top 100 2016 – 6. Andy Street, former managing director, and Paula Nickolds, incoming managing director of John LewisSubscription
Street’s position last year: 4 Nickolds’ position last year: 77
Following the announcement that Paula Nickolds has been promoted to managing director of John Lewis, Drapers looks at the top priorities for the department store “lifer” as she takes the reins from Andy Street.
Paula Nickolds has been appointed managing director of John Lewis, replacing Andy Street.
Fashion retail’s leading figures get out their crystal balls to predict what this year could have in store for the UK industry.