Top 5 iPad Apps for Shopaholics & Fashion Fanatics!

Thousands of us download Fashion Apps for inspiration, ideas, purchases, bargains & simply to get our daily fashion fix. We’ve been searching away to find the perfect fashion apps that give you everything.

1. The Cut on the Runway

This App is a must have for the run up to fashion week. The fashion world really is at your finger tips as you can explore the collections from London, New York, Paris & Milan. Be inspired through videos of catwalk shows, images and even rate the latest looks on the runway. The Cut on the Runway gives you up to date fashion news giving you your fix whenever and wherever you are.

What’s best of all? The app is free!

How to use the app:

The homepage of the app allows you to navigate where you want go and what you want to view. So it gives you the options to select shows, looks & news.
By selecting “Rate this look” (1) you are able to view a variety of looks from different shows and rate them with “hit” or “miss”.

 

 

After rating till your heart’s content you can catch up on the latest fashion news & gossip (2).

You can then explore and flick through thousands of photos from previous collections. You are able to browse through every designer you can think of!

 

 

 

2. H&M

Get the store in the palm of your hand. The H&M Free App delivers you updates and offers instantly to your iPad. Check out what’s in-stores for ladies, men & kids. See what’s going on behind the scenes; view the latest campaigns and videos.
Get involved with H&M and create your own wishlist as well as interacting with its Facebook & Twitter.

How to use the app:

The app is pretty simple to use as you can just scroll across and select your destination. You can view future collections as well as items that are currently in store.

 

 

H&M app gives you four options to select from (3).

You can get the latest fashion news giving you details on new and upcoming collections, as well discounts offered via the app and you can even view videos from photo shoots (4).
The app also has a social media wall (5) which is basically a live feed from Twitter that keeps fans in the know of updates, technical issues and responds to enquiries – a great touch!

You can also do a search on the app to find your nearest store, or even better you can get a direct link from the app to the online store.

The application also allows you to create your own wishlist with all the items you can’t wait to buy!

The only thing we could want from the app is more clothes to choose from!

 

3. Style.com

Style.com brings you excellent coverage from the fashion world’s capital cities – New York, Paris, Milan & London. This App for the iPad & iPhone gives coverage from the top parties as well as plenty of videos straight off the run way! Get the inside info on celebrity designer profiles and keep on top of all the latest fashion reports. This App’s free too!

How to use the app:

Style.com has a simple layout (6) and is extremely easy to navigate.

You’ve got four straightforward options to choose from to give you optimum fashion coverage from around the world:

- Latest shows

- All shows

- Parties

- Videos

You can choose from the latest shows (7) happening in New York, Paris, London &
Milan.

Don’t miss out on the latest celebrity fashion info, get the inside scoop on what they’re wearing to the Hollywood parties and every red carpet event! Flick through hundreds of photos, get inspired and keep on top of the fashion world, everything you need in the palm of your hand.

 

 

 

 

 

4. Elle Collections

Elle Collections provides a seasonal insight into their fashion world. You get a personal insight into each season’s collection brought to you by the editors of Elle. Gain entry backstage behind the scenes of the catwalk; take a sneak peak at the latest accessories and key pieces currently on trend. Another free App!

 

How to use the app:

The app is simple to use giving you access to the latest collections; you can even pop backstage and see what’s going on! The app is updated to fit each season keeping you up to date. Elle has previously launched the SS11 collections app which can be downloaded from the app store.

Currently the app features a video recapping the autumn collection with Kate Moss walking the Louis Vuitton catwalk.
You are able to keep on top of the fashion gossip by glancing at the interviews with Alexander Wang and Victoria Beckham – this really is high class stuff!

 

5. ASOS

ASOS presents you a magazine in the form of an App. ASOS claims to be the world’s number one place to discover fashion online. The App is updated monthly in order to keep customers in the know about their new collections and trends. What’s even more exciting is that you can shop straight from the App… The App itself is of course free! Tempted?

How to use the app:

Once you’ve downloaded the ASOS magazine app it will direct you to a page where you can download each edition of magazines uploaded. You can then download your selected magazine. It really is like having a real magazine but without the ruffling of paper!

 

The page (8) is really simple to navigate and you can easily swipe through the pages of the magazine, the app allows you to zoom in when you like, hide content and show extra content.
You can view some lovely photographs from the latest collection; the app includes articles featuring celebrities, models and general fashion lovers.

This app really does have the perfect layout; you can even change the language.

It’s amazingly effortless to use and we just love it!
What’s even better is that you can shop directly from the app by clicking the “shop” link (9). So easy!

 

 

There you have it! Our top 5 fashion apps for iPad, hope you love them as much as we do! Download them from the App Store now!

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