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Style.com Adds Juice to Apple’s iPhone With Couture and More

Invitation to New York Fashion Week get lost in the mail? Ours too. But that doesn’t mean you can’t get your fishtail-train fix.

Thanks to Style.com, the Spring ’09 ready-to-wear collections of Charles Nolan, Diane Von Furstenberg, Preen and 14 other designers are now available via an application made exclusively for iPhone and iPod Touch. According to a recent New York Times article, the app offers pics and vids from last July’s couture collections as well as daily updates from many of this week’s runway shows.

Hot on the heels of design demigods Ralph Lauren and Chanel, both of which recently launched mobile apps, Style.com’s app isn’t one of Apple’s forgettable third-party throwaways; to fashionphiles, it’s the equivalent of Gianni Versace rising from the dead to revive what lil’ sis Donatella destroyed. It’s also as comprehensive as apps in this category come, with show listings, blog items, and images that when tapped reveal a model’s name and a short review of the show in which he or she appeared.

So what does all this mean for you, ye of double-breasted Diors and Hervé Léger handbags?

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Style.com Adds Juice to Apple's iPhone With Couture and More

Invitation to New York Fashion Week get lost in the mail? Ours too. But that doesn’t mean you can’t get your fishtail-train fix.

Thanks to Style.com, the Spring ’09 ready-to-wear collections of Charles Nolan, Diane Von Furstenberg, Preen and 14 other designers are now available via an application made exclusively for iPhone and iPod Touch. According to a recent New York Times article, the app offers pics and vids from last July’s couture collections as well as daily updates from many of this week’s runway shows.

Hot on the heels of design demigods Ralph Lauren and Chanel, both of which recently launched mobile apps, Style.com’s app isn’t one of Apple’s forgettable third-party throwaways; to fashionphiles, it’s the equivalent of Gianni Versace rising from the dead to revive what lil’ sis Donatella destroyed. It’s also as comprehensive as apps in this category come, with show listings, blog items, and images that when tapped reveal a model’s name and a short review of the show in which he or she appeared.

So what does all this mean for you, ye of double-breasted Diors and Hervé Léger handbags?

Continue reading ‘Style.com Adds Juice to Apple's iPhone With Couture and More’

Style.com Adds Juice to Apple's iPhone With Couture and More

Invitation to New York Fashion Week get lost in the mail? Ours too. But that doesn’t mean you can’t get your fishtail-train fix.

Thanks to Style.com, the Spring ’09 ready-to-wear collections of Charles Nolan, Diane Von Furstenberg, Preen and 14 other designers are now available via an application made exclusively for iPhone and iPod Touch. According to a recent New York Times article, the app offers pics and vids from last July’s couture collections as well as daily updates from many of this week’s runway shows.

Hot on the heels of design demigods Ralph Lauren and Chanel, both of which recently launched mobile apps, Style.com’s app isn’t one of Apple’s forgettable third-party throwaways; to fashionphiles, it’s the equivalent of Gianni Versace rising from the dead to revive what lil’ sis Donatella destroyed. It’s also as comprehensive as apps in this category come, with show listings, blog items, and images that when tapped reveal a model’s name and a short review of the show in which he or she appeared.

So what does all this mean for you, ye of double-breasted Diors and Hervé Léger handbags?

Continue reading ‘Style.com Adds Juice to Apple's iPhone With Couture and More’

Corporate Green: Customers Care Whether You're for the Environment

Within the past couple of years, customer surveys often showed that customers did not care whether a company was “green” or not.

Some of the latest data from eMarketer may be revealing a new trend. In one of their surveys, the largest percentage (44%) reported that it was “very important” to them to look at how the company was impacting the environment.

Continue reading ‘Corporate Green: Customers Care Whether You're for the Environment’

Corporate Green: Customers Care Whether You're for the Environment

Within the past couple of years, customer surveys often showed that customers did not care whether a company was “green” or not.

Some of the latest data from eMarketer may be revealing a new trend. In one of their surveys, the largest percentage (44%) reported that it was “very important” to them to look at how the company was impacting the environment.

Continue reading ‘Corporate Green: Customers Care Whether You're for the Environment’

Corporate Green: Customers Care Whether You’re for the Environment

Within the past couple of years, customer surveys often showed that customers did not care whether a company was “green” or not.

Some of the latest data from eMarketer may be revealing a new trend. In one of their surveys, the largest percentage (44%) reported that it was “very important” to them to look at how the company was impacting the environment.

Continue reading ‘Corporate Green: Customers Care Whether You’re for the Environment’


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