Quail and Cartier have launched online stores, Cavalli blogs, Thierry Mugler celebrates womanhood, and Styleite reveals fashion insiders' real power.

Roberto Cavalli

The Italian designer has jumped on the social media bandwagon - joining the likes of Diane von Furstenberg - introducing an official blog, a Facebook page, and a Twitter account. A new website will premiere at the end of the month.

http://www.robertocavalliblog.com / http://www.facebook.com/RobertoCavalli / http://www.twitter.com/Roberto_Cavalli


Welcome to the future: jeweler Cartier has finally launched its e-commerce, but it's only available to US customers for the moment. Its Japanese site has been online since 2008.



Hipster favorite Quail has launched a new website that comes with a blog, lookbooks, and of course an online shop. The spring collection consists of flirty tops, skirts and dresses in black, blue and grey and retails for prices starting from $126.


Thierry Mugler

The French fashion house has launched a community for women at womanity.com. Available in six languages, the site is meant to cover everything from shopping to parenting in articles, posts, videos, and forum discussions.



A likely new fashion powerhouse, this site compares the influence of designers, fashion writers, and models based on their sales, circulations, bookings, or blog entries.