On Saturday Net-A-Porter and Style.com combined their online powers to bring you fashion advice in the Meat Packing district.
The airstream was like an Aladdin’s cave of beautiful things.
Balmain, Valentino, and Christian Louboutin heels were displayed in glass boxes. Mannequins were dressed in RM by Roland Mouret and Roberto Cavalli whilst runway shows played on the large flat screen TVs.
This beautiful display only wanted to make you go into the cave and find out more.
Inside you could browse Stella McCartney, Rick Owens, Preen, Oscar de la Rent and many more.
If anything took your fancy, you were able to use their laptops to make and order then and there.
As always Net-A-Porter are coming up with new and innovative ways to bring fashion to our fingertips.
After my Net-A-Porter adventure, I bumped into Lorenzo Martone.
He is GORGEOUS. Not only that he was such a sweetheart and a genuinely nice guy. I can’t gush about him enough. He could have just said hi and walked off but he was interested to hear about my time in New York.
We spoke in length mostly about my blog, but we also spoke about Marc.
I asked him how does Marc juggle his Marc Jacobs, Marc by Marc Jacobs and Louis Vuitton commitments. Lorenzo told me that 2 months before the presentation things get tense and stressful for Marc, but that he is so talented and creative that he needn’t worry.