ASOS has renewed a partnership with the British Paralympic Association (BPA) which will see the global retailer continue to support the team through to the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games.
The company first signed an agreement with the BPA back in 2015, which saw them produce formal wear and ceremonies wear for the team at the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games.
Under the terms of the extended partnership, ASOS will conduct the same role for next year’s Pyeongchang 2018 Paralympic Games, before doing so again at Tokyo 2020.
"This is great news for the BPA and for our athletes," said Tim Hollingsworth, BPA chief executive.
"Partnering with an innovative fashion company such as ASOS has been eye-opening for us as a team, just as much as I know the partnership has been so valuable for ASOS as a company.
"We look forward to sharing the journey to Pyeongchang and Tokyo with ASOS and most importantly to the striking designs that I’m sure we will see our athletes parade in and wear to formal occasions."
The BPA said the partnership works in two main ways, with the leading fashion retailer producing clothing for athletes representing Britain.
The company will also use its experience of handling substantial packing and delivery processes to kit out more than 300 athletes plus staff that will make up the Summer and Winter teams.
"Partnering with ParalympicsGB for the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games was an honour,” said Nick Beighton, chief executive of ASOS.
"We worked closely with the athletes to design clothing that met their needs and made them feel great.
"The ASOS teams loved it - we felt proud to play a role in supporting the British Paralympic team and look forward to cheering them on at the next Games."
The agreement comes fresh from the BPA extending their partnership with insurance firm Allianz UK for four years, as well as with law firm Hogan Lovells.