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World's Hottest Fashionista's Must-Have Apps

If you’re curious to find out what the fashion capital of the world, New York and the people there are buying, then download this app - Envicase. With the purpose providing a place where the users can freely show off their fashion items and exchanging useful shopping information, Envicase has been gaining popularity among trendsetters and fashionistas especially after world’s top bloggers like Manrepeller and Bryanboy started using the app. The best thing about this app is that you can get envied by thousands users around the world without having to worry about being judged by others. One of the most interesting features of Envicase is that in order to see the hidden shopping information of the item, you must click on the Envy (similar to the Like button in FB) button. [Go to the Apple App Store] If you are constantly saying to yourself “why do I have nothing to wear?” we recommend that you look into an app called, Polyvore. Known as the grown-up's styling playground, the app allows the users to create a collage using different fashion items provided by the app. Not only can you can get inspired by the collages created by other users, but you can also search for different results based on your mood. In the shopping section of Polyvore, you can find your “It Item” by sorting through color, size, style and brands. [Go to the Apple App Store]

7 FASHION APPS TO DOWNLOAD NOW For the fashion girl glued to her phone, these apps range from shopping to closet organizing and are guaranteed to step up your sartorial game.

1) Envicase The new and chic way to brand yourself is through Envicase - an app that allows you to post photos of the fashion items you own. Voted as one of New York's Must Have Fashion Apps, you can peek through the items of the hollywood's hottest celebrities and trendsetters while reading their personal stories behind the acquisition. You can also explore the hottest items around the world and get connected with other global trendsetters. 2) PS Dept For the fashionistas who don't already have their own stylist on speed dial, PS Dept gives users access to a personal fashion consultant 24/7. Whether you're looking for an outfit for an upcoming wedding or in search of the perfect over-the-knee boots, you can search through PS for one specific piece, or for outfit ideas as a whole. The app partners with stylists from an array of brands and stores including Chloe, Net-A-Porter, Stella McCartney, Derek Lam and more to give shoppers free access to expert advice—and once you've found what you're looking for, you can shop directly through the app. 3) Mallzee Mallzee takes a Tinder-approach to mobile shopping, allowing users to peruse over 40 fashion brands. You can curate your favorite pieces into different style feeds like "Work Outfits" or "Girl's Night Out" to organize your shopping wish lists. Mallzee also sends price drop notifications on all the items you like, so you'll be notified as soon as that Alexander Wang bag you've been coveting gets marked down.

Possession Showing Off App for World’s Famous Celebrities – ‘ENVICASE’

By New York Fashion Today | February 17, 2015 — 02:00PM A new possession showing off app – ‘Envicase’ began building word of mouth buzz when celebrities and world’s famous power bloggers started using the app for a simple purpose of showing off their newly purchased fashion items and exchanging honest shopping information. As soon as fashion bloggers like Bryan Boy and Man Repeller started using the app, the trend hunters of New York began reacting. Envicase immediately positioned itself as a major playground for shopaholics who have been experiencing pain on existing platforms due to its overly commercialized contents, lack of useful information and reviews, and absence of meaningful connection with one another. The fashion people also selected the app as one of the “Fashion Apps You’ve Got To Download” during the Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week New York FW’15. The hidden shopping information instantaneously pops up when the ‘ENVY’ is pressed on each one of the fashion items. What is even more interesting is that the viewers can catch unbiased reviews and stories from real people instead of cold commercial information. Even the celebrities freely and honestly share their private shopping information. The aggravation of not being able to find the necessary shopping information when spotting attractive items on Instagram and Facebook no longer exists because it has been completely resolved through the simple ‘ENVY' feature. Supposedly, the showing off tribes get maximum exposure and the recognition they deserve and the shopaholics get most original and fresh shopping information with minimum effort. Perhaps because birds of a feather flock together, instead of being treated like bad snobs on existing social media spaces, the users are sensing a different atmosphere.