Becky Waller-Davies is Retail Week’s fashion reporter.
She joined the title in January 2016, covering fashion and department stores.
She previously worked as a reporter at The Lawyer.
M&S chairman Archie Norman warned that the business does not have a “God-given right to exist”. How can M&S prove its worth?
John Lewis director of online trade Mark Felix is departing the business for Moneysupermarket.com, Retail Week can reveal.
John Lewis has unveiled its most significant investment in fashion to date, launching an in-house range of 800 womenswear products.
Westminster City Council has agreed an investment plan to “transform the Oxford Street district into a global, iconic destination” without the pedestrianisation of the main thoroughfare.
Sainsbury’s has appointed RSA Insurance Group and Portland Estates chairman Martin Scicluna as its chair, replacing David Tyler.
Mothercare is on the latest stage of its torturous journey, lining up cash to fund its restructuring and putting one of its arms into administration.
Jacques Vert concessions will shut after administrators failed to find a buyer.
New Asos chairman Adam Crozier first shot to fame when he became chief executive of the Football Association at just 36.
Tesco and Carrefour are preparing to create a global strategic alliance in a bid to offer “even lower prices” to customers.
John Lewis Partnership warned this week that its profits for the first half of the year will be “close to zero”, while outlining its new vision. We discuss what it means for JLP and the retail industry as a whole.
The value of the UK fashion market could fall by £350m over the next 12 months as shoppers limit their spending sprees.
Wickes is hiring 900 new staff in a bid to capitalise on B&Q’s decision to scrap its kitchen and bathroom fitting services.
Carpetright swung to a loss amid falling sales last year as the struggling business launched a CVA.
John Lewis Partnership is to unveil a major rebrand as it bids to emphasise its unique status, Retail Week understands.