Inspired by the prolific and tumultuous city of Tangier, Port Tanger is a luxury eyewear brand that embodies and celebrates the DNA and vibrant lifestyle of the Moroccan city.
Targeting a youthful and fashionable audience that place quality and style at the helm of their decision making processes, we have been supporting the brand with fully-funded digital strategy & execution under the Commerce Catalyst Programme since early 2021.
George Smith are a luxury furniture brand who pride themselves on their beautifully hand-crafted furniture and the customisable service that they offer their clients.
With no e-commerce offering, bad UX, and a website that did not reflect the beauty and quality of their products, we were tasked with bringing their old-fashioned website up to date.
J Marshall is the new off-shoot from Vispring – one of the oldest and most revered luxury mattress manufacturers in the UK.
The J Marshall product range has a lower price point than Vispring, and is being targeted at a younger demographic. It was key for this to be reflected in the look and feel of the new brand.
Starting out as a completely new concept, the exceptionally luxurious and naturally produced skincare brand Wildsmith Skin needed somewhere to present and sell their new product range.
Wanting to stay away from the usually standard and formulaic approach of ecommerce, we were tasked with building a site that pushed the boundaries of an online store using a more artistic and playful edge.
Thom Sweeney is a British tailoring house based in Mayfair that offers a range of luxury menswear services, including Bespoke, Made to Measure and Ready to Wear suits for the likes of Ryan Gosling, Daniel Craig and David Gandy.
The client approached us at the beginning of 2020 to design and build a new website, which combines a shiny new eCommerce offering with a revitalised brand identity.
LA based fashion designer, Monique Lhuillier, got in touch with us to help them re-platform their website onto Shopify Plus, unlocking the powerful e-commerce capability of the platform, but also to take advantage of the the new advancements of Shopify in being able to cope with increased levels of custom content pages, allowing Monique Lhuillier to offer a complete brand and shopping experience all under one roof.
In addition to the re-platforming of the website there was an opportunity for our UX and design team to help the client solve numerous UX and responsive issues that they were experiencing on their current website.
Our brief was to refresh Mary Katrantzou’s digital brand presence by simplifying and stripping back the content and pivoting commerce to the forefront.
In addition to creating a logical and intuitive site to optimise the customer journey and increase conversion we had to maintain Mary Katrantzou’s positioning as a leading womenswear fashion pioneer with a trend setting visual design.