OUTSMART THE OUTNET
Launched in 2009 by Net-a-porter, the online luxury fashion outlet is no dumping ground for the former. It has more than 350 labels sourced directly from brands across the globe. Andres Sosa, its creative, marketing and sales executive vice-president, tel
Shop smarter on The Outnet with tips from its executive vicepresident, Andres Sosa.
The best time to shop at The Outnet in Singapore is 6pm, Monday to Thursday.
“We have new uploads four times a week.”
Focus on these tabs
“Just In” – For what’s new. “Hidden Gems” – For pieces you shouldn’t miss, so do start here. The tab will show when you hover your mouse over “Just In”.
“Last Chance to Buy” – “For items that are really low in stock and about to go, or that we feel customers need to know about.”
“The Wedding Boutique” – Find this tab at “What to Wear”. “It’s your go-to place for wedding dinner outts as well as everything you need for your big day – bridesmaids’ dresses and all.”
Iris & Ink, an inhouse label, is the third best-selling brand in Singapore.
Introduced in 2012, it is the label for fashionable basics like leather vests, cashmere sweaters, or even a jacket in the same Linton tweed used to make Chanel suits. “Iris & Ink uses only materials of the best quality, because its pieces have to go with The Outnet’s luxury wardrobe.”
“This beautiful navy raffia skirt is one of my favourite versatile pieces. It’s also got a little bit of shimmer – something our Singapore customers really love.” Iris & Ink poplin top, £75 (S$133), and raffia skirt, £150.
“Customers in Singapore love really wellworked pieces, especially those that are embroidered or embellished.” Peter Pilotto polyester skirt, £973.35.
Temperley London silk skirt, £682.10.
Delpozo cotton top, £595.
Dolce & Gabbana patent leather sandals, £495.
Valentino acrylic clutch, £3,335.23.