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Back in January, former Robertson boutique owner Lisa Kline revealed that she was working on a project called Vaniti that would become "the world's first boutique marketplace."
According to this post, the platform is now called Vault and poses itself as a technology company that offers brands "a platform where they can regain complete control of their image, increase margins and extend their product offering online. Participating brands include Geren Ford, Sandast, Wren and Westward Learning.
In addition to being Vault's co-founder and chief fashion officer, Kline is also working on launching her highly-anticipated namesake e-shop, which will feature all the clothing and accessories for men, women and children that we remember from her Robertson shop. Although a launch date hasn't been announced, last week's newsletter mentions that the site is coming very soon, so stay tuned.
· Vault [Official Site]
· Lisa Kline [Official Site]
· Lisa Kline's New Project To Be "World's 1st Boutique Marketplace" [Racked]