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More to save us from ourselves than from the stun guns and/or shivs of deranged Black Friday shoppers, our moms always remind us we’d save more money not buying anything at all.
Jennifer Lawrence has had us hanging by the skirt of her Dior gown at the Rome Film Festival to see what she wears next, but we’ve always been inspired by her Hunger Games character Katniss Everdeen.
Hint: It will be called “PORTER.”
Despite being a supermodel, businesswoman and oh, Mrs. David Bowie, Iman is perhaps the highest-profile of under-the-radar stars. So it’s a real treat when the 57-year-old icon makes an appearance, especially one with her wind machine-blown hair and crazy-fantastic skin in full force.
There’s a new way to display your affections for Mario Testino’s work. The legendary lensman has joined forces with Net-a-Porter on a capsule collection called MATE.
Watch out, wallets. Come March 20, you’ll have even more reason to spend hours pining over the wares on Net-a-porter, because the e-tailer has just announced that they will be adding beauty to their already impressive selection of luxury goods. But, as befits a site that carries $13,000 Oscar de la Renta ball gowns and $6,000 kaleidoscopic crystal pumps, don’t expect these to be your run-of-the-mill Sephora offerings (not that there’s anything wrong with those).
Beauty, business sense, and a heart of gold: supermodel Natalia Vodianova took advantage of all the fashion superstars making their way to Paris this week, and debuted her new shoe collection, the proceeds of which go to benefit her Naked Heart Foundation.
Back in December, Net-a-Porter CEO Mark Sebba let it slip that the luxury e-tailer was planning to launch a print magazine sometime this year. Well, what he forgot to mention was that the company will also be producing a one-off issue to tease said print publication, as well as a weekly online title.
Natalie Massenet founded e-tail giant Net-A-Porter with a very specific concept in mind — it was meant to be a magazine that sold clothes. On Wednesday, CEO Mark Sebba spilled the beans that the company is taking a major step toward realizing that goal.
Garance Doré‘s video series “Pardon My French” is full of adorable clips. In this installment, she heads over to Proenza Schouler‘s studios to witness a model casting first hand.
If you thought Choupette spends her day in Colette bags and eating out of Goyard dishes, you’re so wrong. Fashion’s favorite feline likes to hang out at photoshoots and getting kissed by Karl Lagerfeld. And what cat doesn’t want that?
Looking for some new duds? Well, look no further than Karl Lagerfeld‘s second line for Net-a-Porter. The Kaiser is launching his Karl by Karl Lagerfeld collection tomorrow, and we’ve got our eyes on a handful of the pieces.
If one thing is certain, it’s that Karl Lagerfeld loves over-the-top extravagance — just ask the two maids that serve his kitten, Choupette. So it should come as no surprise that when the Kaiser creates something as special as a one-of-a-kind variation on his signature collar, he does it big.
You know you’re at the right party when you find yourself on a rooftop sandwiched between Sarah Burton, Anja Rubik, and Olivier Theyskens, sipping champagne and talking shop with some of the best and brightest of both art and fashion.
Picking a prom dress is an almost universal rite of passage for teenage girls. It feels like the Biggest Decision Ever because the dress, the hair, the look in its entirety will be immortalized forever. That yes, photos will be taken but no, you will not actually care what you wore even four years down the line doesn’t matter, especially to people trying to sell you those dresses, which is why every site (not us; yet), retailer, and magazine is currently doing so. Case in point: Net-A-Porter.
Did you love the custom-made Alexander McQueen gown Jessica Chastain wore to this year’s Oscars as much as we did? If so, it’s all yours!
Karl Lagerfeld sure knows how to throw a party!
Karl Lagerfeld‘s Karl line will go live on Net-a-Porter Wednesday, and today we were able to preview the goods.
Karl Lagerfeld is set to launch his new line Karl next month on Net-a-Porter, and we know all sorts of things about it!
Chanel designer Karl Lagerfeld‘s much-anticipated “masstige” line will debut next year exclusively online, so naturally he had to go and talk about it at Europe’s biggest tech conference, Le Web.