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Fashion designer Alexandra Harper unveils online store
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Sep '13
Following a full rebrand, new-to-London milliner, Alexandra Harper launches a new digital flagship. The designer has curated a state-of-the-art e-commerce platform that allows her custom-made creations to be shipped all over the world.

Designed to uphold Harper’s reputation for pioneering style and individuality, the polished website offers detailed information on the designer, her collections and press clippings.

The retail channel encompasses both the current Spring/Summer 2014 and Autumn/Winter 2013 offerings, with a fully integrated seamless shopping experience that includes international delivery capabilities and payment from all major suppliers.

The website also profiles the Alexandra Harper Millinery bespoke service, allowing the design studio to tailor hats and headpieces to exacting requirements via online and telephone consultation. In addition to this, customers are invited to visit the London studio where all one-off designs are handcrafted.

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