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It has been a challenging year for many retailers and brands, as the industry has dealt with the fallout from the UK’s decision to leave the European Union.

The drop in the value of sterling has hit profit margins and consumer confidence remains low. Still, some businesses are thriving. With Nick Beighton at the helm, Asos has had a phenomenal year of trading, and the leaders of several of its online competitors are working their way up our list of the 100 most influential people in fashion retail.

Our top 100 fashion retail power players are listed below. Click on each individual to find out why they deserve their place on the list.

This year we have also filtered the list by the most influential women, etailers and new entrants. Click here for the breakdown.

2

Peter Cowgill
JD Sports Fashion

4

Paul Marchant
Primark

5

Karl-Johan Peon
H&M group

6

Pablo Isla
Inditex

7

Federico Marchetti
Yoox Net-a-Porter Group

8

Ray Kelvin
Ted Baker

10

Nitin Passi
Missguided

11

Alex Baldock
Shop Direct

12

Anne Pitcher
Selfridges

14

Paula Nickolds
John Lewis

15

Michael Ward
Harrods

16

Philip Day
Edinburgh Woollen Mill

17

Mike Ashley
Sports Direct

18

Ben Lewis
River Island

19

Euan Sutherland
Superdry

20

David Schneider
Zalando

21

Andy Rubin
Pentland Group

22

Gavin Thomson
Adidas/Reebok

23

Sir Philip Green
Arcadia Group

24

Tom and Ruth Chapman
Matchesfashion

25

Angela Spindler
N Brown Group

26

Alison Loehnis
Net-a-Porter and Mr Porter

28

James Jebbia
Supreme

29

Peter Ruis
Jigsaw

30

Liz Evans
Oasis and Warehouse

31

Stacey Cartwright
Harvey Nichols

33

Ben Barnett
TFG London

34

José Neves
Farfetch

35

James Brown
Sainsbury's

36

Brian Brick
Moss Bros

39

Dame Natalie Massenet & Caroline Rush
British Fashion Council

40

Sergio Bucher
Debenhams

41

Anthony Thompson
Fat Face

42

Colin Temple
Schuh

43

Susan Saideman
Amazon Fashion Europe

45

Alex Williamson
House of Fraser

46

Helen Dickinson
British Retail Consortium

47

Holli Rogers
Browns

48

Nick Jones
George

50

William Kim
AllSaints

61

Martin Harbech
Facebook

62

Meg Lustman
Hobbs

64

Louise Greenlees
TJX Europe

65

Mark Parker
Nike

67

Mark Newton-Jones
Mothercare

69

Nigel Lugg
UK Fashion and Textile Association

70

Peter Youell
Skechers

72

Peter Williams
Jack Wills

74

Senior team
Whistles

75

Touker Suleyman
Ghost, Hawes & Curtis, Finery

76

Spencer Fung
Li & Fung

77

Mike Shearwood
Clarks

78

Olly Tress
Oliver Bonas

79

Helen Connolly
Bonmarché

80

Jo Jenkins
White Stuff

81

Simon Hill-Norton
Sweaty Betty

82

Adrian Mountford
Pep & Co

83

Clare Nesbitt
Footasylum

85

Laurent Potdevin
Lululemon

86

Victoria and David Beckham
Victoria Beckham, Kent & Curwen

87

Mary Homer
The White Company

89

Anders Holch Povlsen
Bestseller

90

Raf Simons
Calvin Klein

91

Qasim Akhlaq
Public Desire

92

Liu Qiangdong
JD.com

93

Emma Wisden
Urban Outfitters

94

Marek Piechocki
Reserved

95

Andrew Killingsworth
Yours Clothing

97

Michele Harriman-Smith
Childrensalon

98

Wendy Hallett
Hallett Retail

99

Marco Capello
BlueGem

100

Stephen Marks
French Connection

 

1

Carol Kane
Boohoo Group

2

Anne Pitcher
Selfridges

3

Paula Nickolds
John Lewis

4

Ruth Chapman
Matchesfashion

5

Angela Spindler
N Brown Group

7

Liz Evans
Oasis and Warehouse

8

Stacey Cartwright
Harvey Nichols

10

Susan Saideman
Amazon Fashion Europe

1

Karl-Johan Peon
H&M group

2

Archie Norman
Marks & Spencer

3

James Jebbia
Supreme

4

Ben Barnett
TFG London

6

Alex Williamson
House of Fraser

7

Helen Dickinson
British Retail Consortium

3

Nitin Passi
Missguided

4

Alex Baldock
Shop Direct

6

Angela Spindler
N Brown Group

7

Alison Loehnis
Net-a-Porter and Mr Porter

8

Susan Saideman
Amazon Fashion Europe

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