The Outnet launches clothing line

The Outnet, the online discount designer outlet that belongs to Net-a-porter, has launched its own clothing line, named named Iris & Ink. The 35-piece collection includes pussy-bow blouses in a variety of colors, cashmere cardigans, a trench and colour block sweaters.

"The Iris & Ink styling kit is based on all the core sell-out pieces that we just can't get enough of," explains creative director Mo White. "The items are the perfect partner to those designer show-stoppers." The 35 pieces will never sell out.

"Our favourite fashion icons like Iris Apfel and Iris Palmer partly inspired the name and the 'ink' nods to our tougher, more real side," explained White. Prices range from 99 pounds for a silk top to 517 dollars for the shearling gilet.

The Outnet was founded in 2009. Known as, the fashion outlet stocks a selection of previous season designer fashion from over two hundred brands, such as Alaïa, Alexander Wang, Isabel Marant and Yves Saint Laurent, at heavily reduced prices. Express delivery to the US: 46.50 dollars per order.





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