Vote for your favorite digital innovator at the Fashion 2.0 Awards
Friday 04 February 2011
From the Lanvin x H&M videos to Net-a-Porter's iPhone app and Bergdorf Goodman's Polyvore contest, this year has seen a number of ingenious digital fashion moves. Now it's time to give the makers behind them the credit they deserve and cast your vote at the Fashion 2.0 awards.
Yuli Ziv, founder of fashion network Style Coalition, which partnered with shopping engine TheFind.com to launch the awards last year, commented: "2010 was an incredibly innovative year for the fashion industry, with brands embracing not only social media, but new technologies like 3D, live-streaming and mobile."
Brands were nominated by both industry peers and fans. Early favorites are DKNY and Bergdorf Goodman who each bagged four mentions, followed by Gucci with three, and Adidas, Armani, Bluefly, Burberry and Chanel with two.
Here is the complete list of this year's nominees. Submit your vote here.
Best Mobile App
Today's Shoe by Bergdorf Goodman
Winners will be announced February 16.
And while you're at it, you can also vote for your favorite fashion blogger at the Bloglovin' Awards, which will take place on February 13.
Both award ceremonies coincide with New York Fashion Week.
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