House & Garden, in association with Clarion Events, has announced the launch of Spirit-Boutique.com.
Posted on: 10 July 2012 06:15
An extension of the successful annual Spirit Fairs, Spirit-Boutique.com offers a hand-picked collection of more than 1000 lifestyle products which can’t be found on the high street, from an array of independent retailers, all brought together for the first time in one online destination, says Condé Nast.
“Having worked with the Spirit team for over a decade, House & Garden is delighted to further extend our brand partnership online, bringing the most stylish and imaginative products to our readers 365 days of the year. It’s the first time an interior design magazine has taken such a step into the world of e-commerce, and we’re delighted to offer this additional access to our readers as well as to a wider discerning audience,” comments Kate Slesinger, Publishing Director of House & Garden.
“Our passion for delivering beautiful lifestyle items stems back to 2001, and since then we have drawn London’s discerning shoppers to our two annual events, creating a fixture in the social diary. Now this shopping opportunity is available to all whenever they wish,” adds Stuart Hunter, Show Director, Clarion Events.
Spirit-Boutique.com is a natural extension of the Spirit of Christmas Fair, which changed the face of Christmas shopping when it launched at London’s Olympia in 2001. The boutique shopping event was then extended into the summer season, presenting handpicked seasonal ranges for stylish living at the Spirit of Summer Fair, held each year during May.
Partnering the Fairs since its inception, the experts at House & Garden play a vital role curating and approving the Fair exhibitors, and will now continue to do so year round for the Spirit-Boutique.com, with a constantly updated range of stock.
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