Net-a-porter global buying director Elizabeth von Der Goltz

Fashion Scoops

Net-a-porter Unveils Project to Support the Italian Red Cross

The online retailer will donate 20 percent of the sales of a range of exclusive capsule collections to the Italian association.

clock July 13, 2020Alessandra Turra

Net A Porter Beauty Hall Of Fame

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Net-a-porter Launches First Beauty Hall of Fame Campaign

The product curation on the retailer’s web site spans categories.

clock July 6, 2020James Manso

Alighieri's chain necklace


Dressing for Zoom Turns the Chain Necklace Into Hero Piece

The need to look good from the waist up, quickly elevate casualwear — and the widespread popularity of “Normal People” — have seen online sales for chain necklaces spike across price points and consumer demographics.

clock June 1, 2020Natalie Theodosi

Sojin Lee is the founder of Toshi, a b-to-b service that links online and off-line retail.


Digital Download: Sojin Lee Takes the Shop Floor Home With Toshi

A b-to-b delivery business, Toshi partners with brands and retailers to offer at-home, on-demand services such as pinning and fitting. Customers can also try on different sizes and styles while assistants wait.

clock June 1, 2020Samantha Conti



Can COVID-19 Ease the Resistance to Buying Hard Luxury Online?

The pandemic did not stop the upward trajectory of online sales for watch and jewelry, as both categories are thriving at Farfetch, Net-a-porter, Moda Operandi and Threads Styling.

clock June 1, 2020Martino Carrera and Mimosa Spencer


Fashion Scoops

Redemption Donates 100 Percent of Proceeds to Coronavirus Charities

The Milan-based luxury fashion label makes women’s ready-to-wear, men’s wear, intimates and activewear.

clock April 27, 2020Kellie Ell

A fall look from La Ligne


La Ligne: Being Nimble in the Age of Coronavirus

Because La Ligne is 80 percent direct-to-consumer, it isn’t dependent on so many partners.

clock April 27, 2020Lisa Lockwood

An image from Miaou Archives.

Fashion Features

Miaou Launches ‘Miaou Archives’

For Earth Month, designer Alexia Elkaim is expanding sustainably, offering one-of-a-kind vintage and Miaou samples for sale on her brand’s e-commerce.

clock April 23, 2020Emily Mercer

Higg Index

Business Features

Too Many, Too Confusing: What Does the Future Hold for Eco-Labels?

Today’s unruly crop of eco-labels are puzzling customers and proving too expensive and time-consuming for manufacturers to apply for. But as the sustainability certification sector evolves, solutions are emerging.

clock April 22, 2020Cathrin Schaer

The apps developed by Chanel and Farfetch.


Qubit Is Helping Retailers Move Product and Drive Sales With Personalization 

Targeted product recommendations are helping to ease supply chain woes.

clock April 13, 2020Fiona Ma

Yoox Net-a-Porter tech hub


YNAP Delivery Fleet Swaps Fashion for Food in Charity Effort

The fleet, whose vans are emblazoned with the phrase: “Fashion that delivers,” will be used to transport supplies to vulnerable, socially isolated communities.

clock March 31, 2020Samantha Conti

Britain's Prince Charles and Camilla Duchess of Cornwall, tour the new Tech Hub, with Chief Executive of Yoox Net-a-Porter Group Federico Marchetti and Alison Loehnis, President of Net-a-Porter.

Business Features

Coronavirus to Wipe Out a Fifth of U.K. Fashion Spend in 2020

The British government has said online retail is still “open and encouraged,” while postal and delivery services should run as normal, despite disruption from COVID-19.

clock March 26, 2020Samantha Conti

Celebrities wearing sweatpants

Fashion Scoops

Are Sweatpants the Only Fashion Trend in America Right Now?

Sweatpants sales have surged as Americans spend more time at home to curb the spread of coronavirus.

clock March 23, 2020Misty White Sidell

Britain's Prince Charles and Camilla Duchess of Cornwall, tour the new Tech Hub, with Chief Executive of Yoox Net-a-Porter Group Federico Marchetti and Alison Loehnis, President of Net-a-Porter.

Business Features

Life Under Lockdown: Boon, or Bubble, for Fashion E-tailers?

Will the spread of COVID-19 make online shoppers of everyone, and transform e-tailers’ fortunes?

clock March 20, 2020Miles Socha and Samantha Conti

Looks from Les Tien.


Courtney Ogilvie’s Journey From Homelessness to Buzzy Brand

The California-based apparel brand crossed $1 million in sales in its first year in business and is opening its first store in Los Angeles.

clock March 12, 2020Obi Anyanwu

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