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London, 28th November 2012: Diligent Commerce, the digital agency specialising in luxury ecommerce launches a sumptuous new transactional website for the luxury silver and leather brand Thomas Lyte. http://www.thomaslyte.com/
Built on the Magento platform, the new website is at the heart of ambitious plans for growth in the UK and overseas and has been designed to reflect a very English take on luxury, quality craftsmanship and modernity that epitomizes the Thomas Lyte brand. With its stunning product photography and beautifully understated design the site provides a rich visual experience combined with highly engaging content.
Diligent Commerce MD, Simon Bell commented, “We are very proud of the site we have created for Thomas Lyte which is as much a thing of beauty as a transactional website and very much caters to the high end, stylish yet understated consumer interested in high quality English craftsmanship. It’s the ultimate showcase”
Thomas Lyte is the English luxury lifestyle brand that specialises in the finest quality leather accessories and silverware. From distinctive leather bags to playful leather purses, desirable leather wallets to classic cufflinks, it is dedicated to the finest quality and workmanship in silver and leather.
About Diligent Commerce
Diligent Commerce is an agency dedicated to digital commerce and specialises in luxury, lifestyle and fashion. We design and build the most exciting and engaging shopping sites and deliver a range of services that drive more site traffic, create more customer engagement and convert more sales. We call it Creative Commerce. http://www.diligentcommerce.com/
If you’d like more information or to arrange an interview with Simon Bell, please call Simon on 020 7739 5745 or email Simon at firstname.lastname@example.org
Published on: 5:00PM on 28th November 2012