Video: The Business of Fashion Talks to Net-a-Porter's Natalie Massenet

LIVE FROM LONDON--Natalie Massenet is the ultimate fashion success story. The entrepreneur launched Net-a-Porter ten years ago, long before people thought it was "okay" to shop for luxury goods on the Internet. She recently sold her chunk of the company to Richemont for 50 million pounds, or about $75 million. Now, as part of his Fashion Pioneers series, Imran Amed--editor and founder of The Business of Fashion--is sitting down with Natalie to talk about business, fashion, and life. Got questions? Send them to the @_BoF_ Twitter account using the hashtag #BoFLive.
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LIVE FROM LONDON--Natalie Massenet is the ultimate fashion success story. The entrepreneur launched Net-a-Porter ten years ago, long before people thought it was "okay" to shop for luxury goods on the Internet. She recently sold her chunk of the company to Richemont for 50 million pounds, or about $75 million. Now, as part of his Fashion Pioneers series, Imran Amed--editor and founder of The Business of Fashion--is sitting down with Natalie to talk about business, fashion, and life. Got questions? Send them to the @_BoF_ Twitter account using the hashtag #BoFLive.

LIVE FROM LONDON--Natalie Massenet is the ultimate fashion success story. The entrepreneur launched Net-a-Porter ten years ago, long before people thought it was "okay" to shop for luxury goods on the Internet. She recently sold her chunk of the company to Richemont for 50 million pounds, or about $75 million. Now, as part of his Fashion Pioneers series, Imran Amed--editor and founder of The Business of Fashion--is sitting down with Natalie to talk about business, fashion, and life. Got questions? Send them to the @_BoF_ Twitter account using the hashtag #BoFLive.