Bloody-Good News: British Brand Joseph Is Now Online

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Attention all Anglophiles: the ultra-hip British design house, Joseph, has officially launched itself into the world of e-commerce. Previously only available to Americans via Manhattan's stand-alone shop or a trip across the pond, Joseph's minimalist-chic aesthetic is now available to everyone, no matter your location.
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The site promises to be a one-stop shop for all things under the Joseph umbrella: ready-to-wear, shoes, accessories, and bags.
And, in case shopping alone can't meet your androgynous, London-cool needs, the site will also be an interactive experience, via Le Blog. Take a virtual tour behind the scenes at the London offices, read interviews with influential designers such as Alexander Wang and Joseph Altuzarra, or sneak a peak at what's inspiring the Joseph team.
Besides, you still have a little over a month until Refinery29 arrives in the U.K. — might as well get your fill of London love right now.
Photo: Courtesy of Joseph
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