LONDON — Temperley London and Net-a-porter.com are set to reveal an online experience that promises seamless shopping from a film thanks to new technology from the U.S. video platform Cinematique.
The short film, which has been made exclusively for Net-a-porter and airs on Wednesday, follows the run-up to Alice Temperley’s annual summer party at her home in Somerset, England. Viewers will be able to touch hot spots on the moving images that will allow them to store an item in a personal boutique, share it, or buy it on Net-a-porter.
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