Designer Brands: It's Time to Start Selling to Your Real Customers Not Imaginary Ones

Jan Shure | Posted 28.10.2015 | UK Style
Jan Shure

If it is actual customers, why do most of the ads feature exquisite but dishevelled 13-year-olds when, with a few exceptions (perhaps the tiny band of rich, young yummy-mummies or actresses living in Notting Hill or Primrose Hill) the demographic which can actually afford these clothes is the over-50s.

New Year, New You - But Why Are We Buying Fewer Diet Foods?

Charlie Thomas | Posted 02.01.2013 | UK

Sales of weight control foods having risen by just 10% to £1.6 billion between 2007 and 2012, with the market at a standstill in 2012, according to M...

What Lies Beneath: Why Underwear Is the Underdog in a Man's Wardrobe

Carin King | Posted 26.03.2012 | UK Lifestyle
Carin King

They have helped make stars and history, formed political fashions and pharaohs' essentials for the afterlife and are counted as one indicator of economic boom and bust. They also stay closer to men for longer than their wives or girlfriends ever will. So, why is it that men apparently give so little consideration to their underpants?