The pandemic drove many fashion businesses to up their home accessories game – something that’s going to stick as the homebody economy and flexi-work arrangements go mainstream. Besides steadily expanding its homeware category in the past two years (its latest focus: dinnerware – including exclusive pieces by fashion designers like Emilia Wickstead), e-tailer Net-A-Porter now wants to make it easy for anyone to spruce up their abode with art.
Earlier this year, it teamed up with the fine art e-commerce platform ap8.art to offer prints by famous contemporary artists that will instantly boost one’s cultural cred. Every piece has been digitally verified, is framed to the artist’s standards, and comes with a certification code registered to the customer as a record of provenance and value. The first instalment: 10 photographs by the late French provocateur Guy Bourdin, with each limited to 100 pieces that’ll make any powder room tres chic.
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