Luxury etailer Net-a-Porter is to launch sites for kidswear, homewares and health and beauty.
The online retailer is drawing up early plans for the three new sites as part of owner Richemont’s growth strategy, according to The Independent.
Net-A-Porter, founded in 2000, sells designer clothes and accessories. It launched a spin-off discount designer site TheOutnet.com in 2009 and followed this up with menswear specialist MrPorter.com last year.
Richemont, the third largest luxury goods group, which also owns Chloe and Alfred Dunhill, acquired Net-a-Porter two years ago in a deal valued at more than £350m.