The 17-year alliance between the two has never been more important.
As life in London slowly gets back to normal, the first-ever digital London Fashion Week kicked off over the weekend.
For the past 17 years, London Fashion Week and the Evening Standard have teamed up to provide Londoners with the latest news from one of the world’s biggest fashion events.
This year’s fashion event coincided with the launch of the news brands’ London Rising event series that takes a deep dive into a post-pandemic London, looking at the themes and opportunities for the capital as it rebuilds.
During London Fashion week, the news brand explored London Rising for fashion and retail, championing the industry’s people, ideas and emerging trends and discussing the future of the high street.
The event was hosted by Evening Standard fashion editor Chloe Street, together with a panel of experts, who touched upon subjects such as the rental revolution and the boutique rebirth.
Speakers included Jane Sheperdson CBE from MyWardrobe HQ and Mark Robinson, property director and co-founder, Ellandi, and chairman of the High Streets Task Force.
As part of the partnership, on Thursday, ES Magazine was also distributed at British Fashion Council’s ‘Institute for Positive Fashion’ Forum and at the Clearpay Quarter – a unique and stylish event to get Brits shopping again.