Our 5 Favorite Digital Things This Week


K by Kering

COS1.  Kering (formerly LVMH) launched an online magazine, K, in French and English.  As you might expect, it covers all manner of luxurious, beautiful things, places, and people.

2.   MasterCard and Condé Nast are partnering on a digital program, ShopThis, to make the publisher’s tablet magazine editions instantly shoppable.  First up, Wired.

3.  COS, the higher-end sibling to H&M, is finally stateside.  55 pieces launched today on Opening Ceremony’s site today.

4.  Bond Gifts, a new note- and gift-sending app, makes sending presents as simple as hailing an Uber cab.

5.  This is the opposite of digital, but it’s good news!  The revived Kate Moss for Topshop collection will pop up around the country in at least 100 different locations, making the supermodel’s rejiggered closet available to all.

 


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