December 16th, 2013
On My Mind

Always room for one more…

Net-a-Porter will launch it’s first print magazine, Porter, in February. I’m very happy for my friend Natalie, this has been her dream since the inception of NaP.

It feels like the right time for a new title, and with this team, Porter is sure to be good.

SHOP

what's new

GIANVITO ROSSI

Katie suede sock bootie

PRADA

Belted wool coat

SAINT LAURENT

loulou leather over-the-knee boots

BALENCIAGA

Suede Crooked-Heel ankle boot

BALENCIAGA

Everyday tote small leather bag

BRUNELLO CUCINELLI

Padded velvet jacket

LOEWE

Roll-neck argyle-sleeved sweater

GANNI

Ridgewood corduroy trousers

PRADA

Point-toe slingback kitten-heel pumps

PRADA

Patchwork fur jacket

GANNI

Alice square-frame acetate sunglasses

VANESSA SEWARD

Clever leather belt bag

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  • love the cover and the marketing, it’s very hopeful, sigh.

    AnitaDecember 16th, 2013  7:02 PM

     
  • It’s good to see something new in print in these dying days of print journalism.

    TabithaBPDecember 17th, 2013  5:00 AM

     
  • It is certainly a marketing tool, but I am not sure if this is the right way to go. It is expensive to run a printing business, which is now heavily depending on advertising. And Net A Porter is actually making a loss at moment. So would this really help them to move out of the red??? Natalie doesn’t own the business any more, so she will get paid no matter what the company’s bottom line is. If it were still her own business, would she make the decision to go into the printing business? Well, it is Richmond’s problem now, I suppose.

    LuciaDecember 17th, 2013  2:03 PM

     
  • This is exciting. I’m sure it will be successful – quality magazines will survive, it’s the rest that need worry.

    That's Not My AgeDecember 19th, 2013  1:44 PM

     

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