Even if I am predisposed to shop online, I see bricks and mortar as part of marketing.
Every year I go to the Google Zeitgeist conference, which is invite-only, and I'm one of about 20 women and five fashion people out of the 400 there.
You can get a slouchy woman's tunic at different price points. But if you want a great pair of trousers or a dress with delicate pleating, you're going to have to spend a little more.
We haven't even begun to see just how many transactions are going to take place online.
When I'm working, I have a hard time switching off, and when I'm not working, I have a hard time thinking of ever wanting to work again.
I'm supporting the School for Creative Startups because the project's ambition - to boost innovation and the culture of entrepreneurship - is something I feel strongly about.