Cos has finally launched online, meaning all you non big-city dwellers can now see what all the fuss is about. As modern minimalist as the products and stores, the online operation is stripped right back to basics. Here’s a few things that tickle my fancy… (more…)
As has been breathlessly reported for months, Olivia Palermo is launching a blog. And it arrives next week (read Fashionista’s interview with OP here). As I wrote recently, it’s the natural move for the fashion plate to move into editing her own site and as I also predicted, the focus won’t be purely fashion but lifestyle. Another smart move, there will be ‘click to buy’, not only a way to monetise (I presume it will be an affiliate model) but a good way to research what brands her readers are interested in.
Will you be reading Olivia Palermo’s blog?
As I mentioned before, Anya Hindmarch likes to take a theme and run with it. For her SS12 showcase at London Fashion Week, she hired the defunct Strand tube station along from Somerset House and themed her collection accordingly. (more…)
One of the many benefits of being freelance (aside from swerving endless budget meetings and the rush hour commute) is the freedom to drop everything for an impromptu visit to Bicester Village. And so my London Fashion Week of shows and soirees ended with a jaunt to Oxfordshire hosted by the Bicester Village online team. (more…)