Blog: Next launches standalone brand website

Katie Smith | 13 March 2014

UK fashion retailer Next has today (13 March) launched its dedicated brand website, Label.

The website features lines from the Next Directory, including Warehouse, Oasis, Nike, Hilfiger, Lipsy, Superdry and Diesel - and offers what Next describes as "a one-stop shop for fashion and sportswear brands".

Label will be fronted by British fashion model Jourdan Dunn, who will show how pared-down tailoring and casualwear separates can be mixed with sportswear.

The new website offers free next day delivery if customers order before 10pm the night before.

Sectors: Apparel, Retail

Companies: Hilfiger, Nike

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