Online shopping

Tiffany partners Net-a-Porter on e-commerce



Tiffany partners Netaporter

Net-a-Porter is becoming the go-to site for fine jewellery brands who want to jump in the e-commerce pool or expand their digital reach. An ideal hand-holding partner, it covers all the bases from having a rock solid back end, inspirational editorial, a global reach and a great relationship with influencers.

Yesterday, Tiffany & Co announced a collaboration with Net-a-Porter slated for 27th April* which will centre around selling the popular T By Tiffany line (more…)



THE DRG STYLE INDEX: Uniform Wares, Gucci, Rodin, Grace Coddington, Maison Michel, Faustine Steinmetz



Here’s the latest weekly DRG STYLE INDEX ranking, a round-up of the brands currently buzzing on my radar…

1. UNIFORM WARES FOR WOMEN
Uniform Wares womens watches
Coming soon from Uniform Wares – women’s watches. I love the understated analogue style of Uniform Wares watches and the women’s line (available to pre-order now) retains the ‘masculine’ good looks of the originals. See more at Uniformwares.com and look out for them at Liberty, Selfridges and Avenue 32. (more…)



Breakfast at Liberty with Paperless Post



Liberty for Paperless Post - an exclusive stationery collaboration

As much as we’re all considered digital denizens these days, there are still some areas where we like to mix in a tactile experience. For me that’s writing and correspondence; I just love writing with a pen and paper. And that’s something that U.S. stationery brand Paperless Post has also found with the evolution of its online business.

You may know Paperless Post already. (more…)



THE DRG STYLE INDEX: VETEMENTS, SAINT LAURENT, COMME DES GARCONS, TOPSHOP, MULBERRY



It’s been a busy week for fashion with Vetements, Comme des Garçons and Saint Laurent dominating the feeds. And a sad loss for design with the shocking news of the passing of architect Zaha Hadid. Here’s my latest DRG STYLE INDEX ranking, rounding up the brand stories that grabbed my attention…

1. THE OTHER GVASALIA
Vetements CEO Guram Gvasalia of Vetements interviewed by Sarah Mower
“Today, I don’t consider Louis Vuitton to be a luxury brand. Yes, the quality is luxury, but if you can go to the store and get whatever you want, it’s not luxury.” Guram ‘brother of Demna’ Gvasalia, the CEO of Vetements, was interviewed by Sarah Mower two weeks ago, giving a candid insight into the nitty gritty of fashion and retail. 1Granary published the best bits… (more…)