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Net-a-Porter secures Tom Ford exclusive online deal

Natalie Massenet, founder, executive chairman and acting chief executive of the Net-a-Porter Group, with Tom Ford

Natalie Massenet, founder, executive chairman and acting chief executive of the Net-a-Porter Group, with Tom Ford

Net-a-Porter will become the first retailer to sell Tom Ford’s ready-to-wear collections online from next month.

The luxury etailer will sell the womenswear collection from July 15 on its Net-a-Porter site and the menswear collection on Mr Porter from September.

Until now, Tom Ford has been sold through 110 Tom Ford stores and in shop-in-shops in department stores around the world. The brand sells its men’s and women’s accessories, eyewear and beauty ranges through its own ecommerce site and only ships to the US.

The autumn 15 womenswear range includes leather military jackets, patchwork maxi skirts, embroidered dresses and denim, as well as shoes, accessories, eyewear, cosmetics and fragrances.

The menswear range includes tailoring, formalwear, luxury casualwear, shoes, eyewear, accessories and grooming products.

Natalie Massanet, founder and chairman of Net-a-Porter, said: “The Net-a-Porter group is about creating the future of fashion. That future is built on firsts and we are thrilled to be the first online retailer to bring Tom Ford to our global and mobile customer base at both Net-a-Porter and Mr Porter.”

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