Ana is the deputy editor of Drapers, having worked at the title for eight years. With nearly a decade of experience across the entire fashion sector, Ana is responsible for Drapers’ editorial content in print and online. Her knowledge and contacts base spans the breadth of the fashion industry, from big multiple retailers to small, local suppliers. Ana is a regular media commentator and makes frequent appearances on the BBC and Sky News, and comments across the national press on fashion and retail.
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