Posts Tagged ‘iphone’
Oh no! There may no longer be a need for killer stylist Rachel Zoe. Glamour’s newest Ask a Stylist iPhone App helps ladies shut it down EVERYDAY, not just on the red carpet. Sorry Rachel it’s time for you to move over, we’ve found a new stylist who isn’t so bananas and is less than half your size!
How does it work? Well it’s pretty simple, the App leads you step by step.
Step 1) Decide whether you want a stylist to help you decide between 2 outfits, or just give feedback on one. Step 2) Take a picture of the piece(s) of clothing. Step 3) Choose a stylist. Stylist profiles and customer reviews are provided. Step 4) Choose where you are wearing the outfit, to better help the stylist understand the context to which it should be styled. Step 5) Type and ask your question.
Now you wait! I must say, I sent in my request at 1:04 and received a message on my phone at 1:14, so I’m pretty impressed. The app seems to be very efficient and feedback can be very detail-oriented. Glamour magazine has hired 8 stylists to be on call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. This may be one of the first apps to actually talk-back to you, creating a real-time conversation. Watch this video about the Ask a Stylist app HERE.
I especially LOVE how my stylist, Samantha, told me to “work that gorgeous height!” Well thanks iPhone, your compliments are lovely, I like you too!
do you believe? (it had to be said)
today is the final day of the Olympic Torch Relay. it has been the longest Torch Relay with 106 days of traveling to it’s final destination Vancouver’s BC Place. i have to say i’m pretty excited for this all to begin! starting with the Opening Ceremonies at 9pm eastern time. to keep myself up-to-date and in the know during the Olympics i’ve downloaded the 2010Guide iPhone app, and you should too!
ONLY 9 HOURS, 13 MINUTES and 22 SECONDS!!
I am a Mac (so is Maddy), and we covet all things Apple related. Our iPhones have become an extension of our bodies and our MacBooks never go a day without use. One of the coolest things about Apple’s products is the ease at which they can be customized. The iPhone is not an exclusive device, but the applications of the iPhone are individual to each owner. There really is an app for everything, and companies are trying their best to cash in on the iPhone craze.
Net-a-Porter.com, the popular e-commerce website, has an app that allows users to view new products, or categories of products, put items in shopping bags or on wish-lists, and even buy products straight from their phone. For those that can afford a pair of $495 Chloe flats, and have the balls to purchase them from a mobile device, this app is for you!
The Zara app, much like their website, does not allow users to make purchases. Included are new arrivals for women, men, and kids. Products are updated weekly and the the app features photos from the current seasons lookbook.
The Chanel app features the latest news, looks, and accessories. It even has a store locator, just in case you need to find a retail location ASAP. The icon on the desktop appears as the famous Chanel double C’s, which is enough to make any label-hungry iPhone user a fan.
i pretty much use my iphone more than my computer right now, and with my 6G data plan i may never run out of space or internet usage..
my fave apps:
- globe and mail
- light saber (i even personalized my saber)
- around me
oh technology is so spectacular! do you remember when we thought that Y2K would be the end of the internet…so naive. that was when the internet was only a couple years old, image what would happen now? i think my life would end.
…iphone, love you long-time!