will today launch its first shoppable video.

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The short film, featuring five Sadler’s Wells dancers, will showcase product from Louis Vuitton, Bottega Veneta, La Perla, Kenzo, Maison Martin Margiela, Haider Ackermann and Rick Owens.

For the four-year-old, LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton-owned property that specializes in fashion, art and media content, commerce is the next step to further monetize the site. Nowness does not incorporate traditional advertising onto its site — including banner ads or sidebars.

Nowness will remain a content-first platform. Select items are stored in the background of the video and clicking on them directs users to purchase on third-party sites. If the brand has an e-commerce site, the video will link to that, and if not, the brand will be able to choose the multibrand retailer it wishes to partner with.

While only a small percentage of videos will be shoppable, the functionality will potentially serve as a way for brands to further collaborate with Nowness. If a brand sponsors a video on the site, the content can link to products on the brand’s e-commerce destination.

Nowness released subtitle functionality last week in French, and in June will add Spanish, Japanese and Russian. In 2012, Nowness launched a Chinese language version of its site.