My Longest Stay Online In Style
If Net-A-Porter couriers recognise your face and remember your name without looking into the order's paperwork when they deliver yet another Maje dress or Stella McCartney clutch, it might be a sign that you really embraced the benefits of online shopping. I personally admire Net-A-Porter for creating a totally new niche of luxury online shopping and introducing it in a subtle beautiful way. It's not just a web-site that sells designer clothes online - it's inspiration, ideas, and a fresh look at fashion that can create your individual style. And its The Edit Magazine is something that Vogue could have embraced if only they identified this opportunity early enough. The Edit takes you through the trends and inspirational ideas and within a blink of an eye you can go ahead and shop the featured item on Net-A-Porter itself. While it's so easy to immerse oneself in Net-A-Porter experience, there is now one more reason to stay online a little longer - The Longest Stay web-site (kindly introduced by Sarah to me) which claim to be the Net-A-Porter of interior design seems to be more than a valid statement.
Established and managed by Founder and CEO Sherry Roberts, The Longest Stay is an inspirational online magazine celebrating the beauty of interior design. You can browse rare pieces or entire interior designs and pick the items you like at the spot. And what I find very appealing is that behind every designer featured there there is a curious story of a seeking mind and great talent. Like Jim Rokos, Mineheart, Hanna Francis and Jake Phipps.
I will leave it to you to wander through the pages of the recent issue of The Longest Stay, while I am off to check out Homes Fit For A Workout article on The Longest Stay article which I find quite fascinating.