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  1. Two Brits In LVMH Final
    British designers Simone Rocha and Thomas Tait are among the 12 chosen names for the LVMH Young Fashion Designer Prize.
  2. Stylitics Nabs Big Investment: Here’s What’s Next for the Wardrobe Organizing App
    Fashion apps may be fun to use, but there can be even more value in the data they’re gathering on consumers’ shopping habits, which can turn into big business when sold to brands eager for intel on their customers.
  3. Need On-the-Go Directions? There’s a Jacket For That!
    Wearing technology on your sleeve is now literally possible thanks to the brilliant minds at Wearable Experiments, a company that aims to marry technology with functional fashion.
  4. Architectural Designer Francis Bitoni Has Created a 3D Printed Dress on MakerBot
    There’s been a lot of talk lately about the future of clothing design and the possibility of printing fashion from home.

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  1. In Milan, Exhibition Aims to Convert Fashion Faithful to New Digital Gospel
    In a former Renaissance church, rigged with high-definition screens, infrared sensors and motion-tracking technology, art director Remi Paringaux is challenging the norms of fashion communication.
  2. Wearable Tech Makers Look to Push Boundaries
    Will your clothes and accessories change how you live your daily life? Wearable devices like smart watches, glasses and activity monitors were a big topic of conversation at South By Southwest Interactive this week
  3. Nowness Adds Shoppable Video Feature to Sell with Subtlety
    The LVMH-owned and editorially independent Web site Nowness has unveiled a new shoppable video feature to blend content and commerce.
  4. Google Eyes First U.S. Retail Location Near NYC Apple Store
    Google plans to open its first retail location in the United States in New York City’s SoHo neighborhood, situated just around the corner from an Apple store, a new report suggests.

 

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  1. The World’s Top 10 Most Innovative Companies In Style                                                                                                                         From big data to sustainability, these companies are moving the fashion industry forward.
  2. A Mini-Skirt Controlled By Your iPhone: Wearable Tech Lights Up NYFW                                                                                         The future of fashion may be closer then we think, as CuteCircuit presented their wearable tech collection for fall 2014 at New York Fashion Week. The ready-to-wear collection defined innovation in the interactive fashion, as models on the runway controlled the clothing with their iPhones.
  3. London Fashion Week Arrives                                                                                                                                                        London Fashion Week has arrived – a five-day extravaganza known for producing some of the world’s most exciting and dynamic fashion talents.
  4. U.S. Tech Startups: An Endangered Species?                                                                                                                                          A steady decline in start-up rates within the technology sector, one that briefly reversed course with the dot-com boom in the late 90s, resumed at the turn of the century and is now plummeting faster than ever, according to a new study released Tuesday by the Kauffman Foundation, a research organization.

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  1. Tommy Hilfiger Calls Upon Local Instagrammers to Document Fashion Week Show
    For New York Fashion Week, fashion designer Tommy Hilfiger will be introducing the first ever runway show InstaMeet, a way for locals to meet up and hang out with fellow Instagrammers in their area.
  2. Guerlain Fuses Heritage with Current Campaigns on New Tumblr
    France’s Guerlain is aiming to increase its exposure among young consumers who may be unfamiliar with the LVMH-owned beauty brand’s heritage and products by creating a Tumblr account.
  3. Fitness Trackers are Useless Without Real-Time, Personalized Analysis
    No one has arms long enough to wear all of the activity-tracking wristbands currently on sale or awaiting release. These devices count your steps, measure your sleep and some even monitor your heart rate.

  4. Technology Industries Tries to Balance Fashion, Function in ‘Wearables’
    Gadget lovers are slipping on fitness bands that track movement and buckling on smartwatches that let them check phone messages.

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  1. Marc Jacobs Says Goodbye to Louis Vuitton at Paris Fashion Week
    This year one of the most talented designers in fashion, says goodbye to the LVMH power house; with 16 years of spectacular success we can’t wait to see what he does next.
  2. Fashion Site Refinery29 Raises $20 Million
    Refinery29, one of the most prominent Web properties pursuing the “content + commerce” meme, has raised a $20 million C round funded by Stripes Group.
  3. Nomi Raises $10 Million, Accel-Led Round to Bring Online Marketing Data to Offline Businesses
    The startup says that it wants to give brick-and-mortar stores and other offline businesses the data they need to become as optimized as an e-commerce website.
  4. The 5 Best Fashion Apps and Sites to Help you Organize your Closet
    Ever since we saw Cher Horowitz’s amazing virtual closet, we’ve craved something similar. And it turns out, our dream of a high-tech closet is closer than we think.

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  1. DFS Transforms JFK Retail Spaces to Further Brand Transition
    LVMH-owned luxury travel retailer DFS Group is transforming its airport retail stores across North America to more accurately reflect location sensibilities and refine the focus of each space.
  2. Amazon Launches a Luxury Beauty Store
    Amazon unveiled a new section within its giant catalog on Thursday, a Luxury Beauty Store.
  3. Instagram’s $720 Million Print Button
    If Instagram added a print button to its app, how much revenue could it generate?
  4. BaubleBar Branches Out into New Categories, Starting with Weddings
    After two years of delivering affordable, on-trend jewelry styles every week, BaubleBar has expanded its offerings with a new bridal vertical.