Mr Porter

RETAIL REINVENTION: Lessons From the Digital Rag Trade

Simon Pont | Posted 19.05.2015 | UK
Simon Pont

The meeting point of RETAIL and EDITORIAL was traditionally 'THE MAGAZINE'. A style bible like Vogue or Harper's, for example, would carry glossy colour ads of beautiful things, commercial messages betwixt a sacrosanct and inviolable editorial.

Why iOS 7 didn't kill skeuomorphism - and why that's a good thing

Sarah Watson | Posted 29.01.2014 | UK Tech
Sarah Watson

Looking around our offices, aside from great style, fabulous shoes and a major minor addiction to fashion, we noticed every NET-A-PORTER GROUP employee carries a notebook. All communities are built around something...

The Long and Short of Summer Shorts

Darren Kennedy | Posted 25.09.2012 | UK Style
Darren Kennedy

Last week the world got its first glimpse of toddler Harper Seven up on her feet as she accompanied her mother, the style powerhouse that is Victoria Beckham, on a visit to luxury department store Brown Thomas in Dublin. It was my first time to meet Victoria and I must admit I was impressed. I particularly enjoyed hearing her personal anecdotes about her family and their influence on her designs. For instance, did you know the caps in her latest collections are inspired from David's love of beanie hats?

Kelly Osbourne And Pixie Geldof Join Celeb Guests At Net-a-Porter D&G Party | Posted 14.09.2011 | UK Style

Kelly Osbourne and her celeb pals put their glad rags on for the Net-a-Porter and Mr Porter D&G party in London last night....

The Jimmy Choo Man For Mr Porter

Tamara Mellon | Posted 12.09.2011 | UK Style
Tamara Mellon

The collection follows the same theme as our women's collection of going out, whether it is to work, to the shops, to dinner or a club. The Jimmy Choo man is one who exudes confidence and style whether he is an artist or an investment banker and is understated but has an individual flair. He has a knowledge of fashion and an understanding of the quality and the finish of his clothing.