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Style Pointer lets you shop by celebrity looks

25 Jun

StylePointer brings us a new way of shopping on the net. This innovative shopping experience allows you to shop trendy apparel items by celebrity styles. For example, you almost always adore what Kate Moss is wearing so you can browse through Kate’s latest looks. StylePointer matches clothes and accessories that are similar to those shown in the look. Prices can range from a few dollars to over hundred dollars so you can fit the outfit to your budget.
StylePointer recently added a feature by which you can also shop by body shapes. At the moment three shapes are supported: Pear-shape, Apple-shape and Petite-shape. “Apple-shaped body means upper body (tummy, arms, back area) is relatively heavier than the rest of your body. Pear-shaped body means lower body (bottom and/or thighs areas) is relatively heavier. This is the most common body shape of women, especially those who are over 30 or have had babies.” explained Vivian Wong, VP of product management of StylePointer.
StylePointer affiliated with dozens of highly reputable partners such as Nordstrom, Bloomingdale’s, Shopbop, Amazon, etc. Users can hence shop with ease by knowing the products are with high quality and satisfactory after-sales services.

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HUGO Create, a creative challenge for all of us

7 Feb

Hugo Fragrances just announced the launch of it’s first international creative challenge, HUGO Create. In four rounds, participants are challenged to turn the iconic Hugo Man bottle into something creative and innovative. Even if you are not a professional designer, you can still enter the contest by using the design generator on the website, which is a great tool with hundreds of different design elements.
Basically, everyone has a change to win one of the prices and if you don’t, you still had a lot fun discovering the designer in you!

You go create!
You go create!

HUGO Create design generator
HUGO Create generator

Fashion will save your life

17 Nov

It’s the middle of the night. A young woman is walking, taking a shortcut to get home. Suddenly she notices someone is following her and she starts to run. The man runs after her but turning the corner she has gone up in smoke… Or maybe she used some kind of urban camouflage! Aya Tsukioka, a Japanese designer, came up with a Coke-machine skirt that allows you to change your appearance into that of vending machine so you can blend in with the city. Just pull up the skirt and -poof- you’re a soda machine! Let’s hope the attacker doesn’t get thirsty from the chase, though.

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