We can now add “Clinton Kelly’s StyleRx” to our list of fab tech tools for stylistas.
The host whom we know and love from TLC’s “What Not to Wear,” has launched a pretty neat app for the iPhone, iPod Touch, and iPad.
I’m not sure how to feel about Tiffany’s newest innovation.
Their luxury shopping experience went mobile today with the launch of an iPhone app.
Translation: Your ultra-busy boyfriend can now skip having to walk into a Tiffany store and making a serious effort to personally select your engagement ring in the presence of real salespeople. Instead, he can now do it while he’s in a meeting, riding the train, running on the treadmill, or while engaging in other random manly miscellany. :)
Some pretty dope news came out of Milan today.
Dolce&Gabbana announced that they’ll take their Fall/Winter 2010/11 Women’s Fashion Show worldwide.
The show will stream live on iPhones and Android mobile devices on the following dates and times.
- D&G: Thursday, February 25 from 3pm (GMT +1)
- Dolce&Gabbana: Sunday, February 28 from 1pm (GMT +1)
The Ed Hardy brand is expanding yet again.
Now, in addition to apparel, footwear and other traditional fashion items, Ed Hardy faceplates for the iPhone and Blackberry devices are making the rounds in stores.
Now Donna Karan has one too.
Launched yesterday, it coincides with her Fall 2009 Collection delivery.
And compared to other glam-themed apps, we hear that it’s being pitched as a “unique vehicle of woman to woman communication.”
Apparently, through the application, Karan talks fashion and personal passions, sharing everything from items she loves and chats with friends, to her recent vacation photos from Africa.
Get the Donna Karan app here.
Fashion house, Gilty Couture, continues to lead the way for celebrity trends and quality jewelry.
Gilty Couture recently caught the attention of top entertainers with their latest accoutrements during the 2008 BET Awards.
Lucky guests chose Gilty Couture’s latest releases to personalize their favorite Apple iPods and iPhones.
Rihanna, Chris Brown, T Pain, Flo Rida, Fergie, Ne-Yo, Al Green, Rick Ross, Big Boi, Vanessa and Angela Simmons, Maxwell, Mario, Ray J and many more were among special guests who walked away with pieces from Gilty Couture.
In addition to honoring the entertainers at the BET Awards, Gilty Couture donated a selection of their fabulous jewelry to the BET Foundation, Educating Young Minds and The Lamp Community, so they can auction the pieces off to further support their organizations.
Isn’t that great?!