Keely joined Drapers more than 11 years ago and now leads the magazine, website and all events.
As editor, Keely works closely with the editorial and commercial teams to build Drapers multichannel strategy and continually enhance the brand to focus on its core proposition – to provide a competitive advantage to the leaders and future leaders of fashion businesses to help them future-proof their business and do their jobs better.
She also runs all Drapers events including the awards business (Drapers Awards, Drapers Independent Awards, Drapers Footwear Awards, Drapers Digital Awards), conference forums (Drapers Fashion Forum, Drapers Digital Forum, Drapers Operations Forum) and bespoke breakfast and dinner events.
Keely has more than a decade of experience working at Drapers and has written across news, fashion and features with a particular focus on new innovations and developments in the world of multichannel fashion. She can regularly be seen hosting panels at industry events and featuring in national media.
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