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Mr Porter editor to speak at Drapers Digital Forum

Jeremy Langmead, editor-in-chief of luxury menswear etailer Mr Porter, has been confirmed as the final speaker at the Drapers Digital Forum in London on February 25.

Since Langmead joined the launch team in October 2010, Mr Porter has set new standards for a transactional website with its stylish mix of commerce and content, combining weekly product updates with the online magazine The Journal, which contains a broad spectrum of features, shoots and advice.

In conversation with Drapers editorial director Eric Musgrave, Langmead, who was previously editor of Esquire, Wallpaper and The Sunday Times’ Style magazine, will discuss how the concept has evolved during the past three years and how he sees the ecommerce sector developing.

It is likely to be Langmead’s last appearance in his Mr Porter role as he is soon to join auction house Christie’s as chief content officer.

The day-long Drapers Digital Forum, the newly revamped version of the Drapers Ecommerce Conference, now has a full programme of international experts in all aspects of ecommerce, social media and related fields.

More than 200 delegates are already confirmed for the event, which will be held at 30 Euston Square, alongside Euston Station in London.

Only a few places remain. Contact george.thornton@emap.com for booking details.

For more details see https://www.drapersfashiononline.com.

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