Interested in submitting to London Runway? First, check the requirements below to ensure that your content will fit. We also recommend reading an issue or two to get a feel for our style and aesthetic.
We are not currently in a position to offer compensation to any contributors unless invited. We hope to change this in the future, but for now, we can only offer full credit and tearsheets.
If you are a photographer or show organiser, you can find our catwalk or presention guidelines here.
Please note we currently only accept photographic submissions through Kavyar. You can read below our guidelines for all types of submission, but bear in mind that emailed editorials will NOT be accepted. We appreciate the basic courtesy of reading our guidelines and sticking to them!
LONDON RUNWAY IS CURRENTLY CLOSED FOR WRITING SUBMISSIONS. Please consider a paid placement for PR articles.
If you are a writer looking to submit an editorial piece or interview, please submit work only if it meets the following requirements:
- Articles should be at least 1,000 to 1,500 words, with no maximum length; interviews should be conducted in person at a length of at least 20 minutes of talking
- Include a brief author bio of no more than 100 words to end the article. You may include one link in your bio
- All editorials and interviews should come with at least 5 royalty-free images, or images you have permission to use, with full credits
- Study our previously published articles in order to get a feel for our format. Introduce and end your article with italic sections. Paragraph headers are okay but not required
- We reserve the right to refuse to publish, to edit, or to reduce the length of any submitted editorials
- We now also accept fiction: please ensure our audience of predominantly female city-based fashion lovers will be able to connect with the subject of your writing, otherwise NO restrictions on form, length, or style
- Article submissions to firstname.lastname@example.org in .docx or .doc format
- Check our media kit for upcoming issue themes