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