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St James’s Correspondent


The last time St. James's had a local newspaper, Oscar Wilde was writing letters to its editor. After more than a century without its own news source, St. James's can now boast  The Correspondent as its trusted man on the ground.


The traditional tabloid publication, beautifully designed and art directed by dn&co, is part of a project commissioned by The Crown Estate to rejuvenate the identity of St. James's. Now in its ninth edition, The Correspondent champions a vibrant local community, showcasing the many independent retailers and restaurants in the area.

As the The Crown Estate explains: 'Global news is very much big business, but often the important local news, exciting events, and the individual voices and stories of our immediate surroundings get lost.'


You can flip through Issue 9 online - 36 pages of thoughtful content featuring the Sunspel factory in Derbyshire, the Portland Stone quarries of Dorset, a day in the life of the kitchen at The Ritz, Canadian outdoor clothing company Arc’teryx, the Jermyn Street Theatre, The Bike Rooms, a letter from Dylan Jones, and London’s newest destination, St James’s Market. There's also photography from Ivan Jones, Josh Shinner, Patricia Niven, and Tian Khee Siong.


The Correspondent is distributed quarterly at Piccadilly Circus, Bond Street, and Green Park London Underground stations and has a readership of over 40,000. The next issue will be out in mid-September. Email st@dnco.com for a physical copy and, in the meantime, keep up with the editors on Twitter.


All images courtesy of dn&co

Thank you to dn&co and St. James's for printing with us!

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