Tag Archives: online shopping

House of Fraser’s digital half way house

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I’ve been trying to get my head around House of Fraser‘s new Houseoffraser.com concept store in Aberdeen’s Union Square. Equipped with iPads, computers and a complimentary coffee bar, this ‘buy and collect’ store seems to be a half way house between conventional ‘bricks and mortar’ shopping and online shopping. Continue reading

Cos launches online

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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… Continue reading

Balenciaga launches ecommerce site: “It’s almost like a daily magazine now: it has to be really alive”

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Ever since reading WWD’s article earlier in the week, I have been checking and rechecking the Balenciaga website. It has now relaunched. Working with Wednesday-London, Balenciaga has created a site that marries a high spec retail experience* with engaging brand history, including archive images and (soon to come) video. Continue reading

Firenze4Ever Part 1

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I was chuffed to bits to be invited to Florence for the weekend as a guest of Luisa Via Roma. Taking part in the third Firenze4Ever blogger event, I got to gad about the cobbled streets of Florence, hob-nob with some of my fellow bloggers from around the world, style my own shoot with the first drop of autumn-winter collections, and stuff my face with cake at Mulberry’s book launch tea party. Continue reading

MYWARDROBE’s EVERYDAY LUXURY

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Has the fast fashion backlash really begun or is it all media spin? According to a recent article in The Telegraph, consumers are turning their backs on cheap chic and getting to grips with the ‘buy fewer but better’ message. Continue reading

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