If you love fashion blogs but find it hard to keep track of the many hundreds of thousands out there then chicfeed is the app for you. This gathers together the top fashion blogs from the likes of The Sartoralist, Face Hunter and Cherry Blossom Girl and collates them all into one feed.
For those of you who want to keep up to date on the latest trends but don’t have time to flick through magazines and trawl the web, style.com is the app for you. Owned by CondeNast, this stylish app brings you all the latest fashion news. With clips from the runway, party coverage and exclusive video interviews, there will be no excuse to be out of fashion.
Warning: this app is dangerous. With the best designer brands and all the high street stores at your fingertips, your bank allowance is sure to take a hit. With categories selecting colour, size and price and a simple “buy” button that takes you directly to the stores’ purchasing page, shopping has never been so hassle free. For shopaholics this app is a must (or a must-avoid).
■ STYLEBOOK, 2.49
This is the best way to get your closet organised. By photographing all your clothes and uploading them, this app allows you to digitally manage your wardrobe. With the calendar function, it documents when you have worn what, telling you how many times each piece has been sported. One of its key benefits is its magazine-style layout, where you can resize and layer the icons of clothes, allowing you to properly visualise each look.
People become budding stylists with this app, as Pose encourages you to rate and comment other people’s outfits. It allows one to see what fashionistas around the world are wearing and pass judgement. With famous names such as Rachel Zoe and Coco Rocha involved it is growing in popularity.
This is the social networking app for the fashion generation. It is the facebook of the fashion apps. With people around the world uploading pictures of what they are wearing and tagging the brand, price and availability, it is great for styling tips. With the ability to comment you can become a participant in others’ daily fashion choices.
MR PORTER STYLE HELP
This app provides style help for men on the go. It has an impressive stylepedia, alphabetically listing men’s styles. The instructive video manuals offering style tips from fashion insiders provide welcome support for any fashion dilemmas. With their archive of style icons, such as Clint Eastwood and Clark Gable and a selection of 30 must-have seasonal items, Mr Porter ensures men will always be in style.
■ GILT GROUPE
Gilt Groupe is guilt free shopping at its finest. With mobile-exclusive sales, special offers and daily deals, you will always be able to find the best offer. If you enjoy designer discounts then this app will be ideal for you.