Five Digital Ways To Follow Celebrities Fashion Style
ShoeDazzle aims to provide you personalized shoe, handbag and accessory recommendations chosen for you by a team of A-list stylists(Celebrities).
ShoeDazzle also provide you with celebrity stylists at a fraction of the price the stars pay, so you can indulge your love of fashion and get expert styling advice from the pros.
Beachment aims to help you find those items which is picked by celebrities.
Coolspotters is a web application that makes it easy to discover and buy the products being used by your favorite celebrities – in their real lives, and in movies and television.
Coolspotters is full of celebrity profiles, product profiles, movie profiles, and so much more. These Profiles are where you can learn about the associations between your favorite celebrities, entertainment, products, events, and places.
It’s also the place to connect with other passionate fans, leave ratings, view related videos, photos, and links, and even help edit the Profiles to keep them up-to-date and accurate.
YouCeleb gives you access to the hottest celebrity fashion without the celebrity bank account.
Youceleb identify the apparel that A-listers wear, after the cameras stop rolling. Then, they work with the designer to put it in your closet at a fraction of the price.
YouCeleb will offer multiple exclusive deals each week, at up to 70% off. If you see something you want, quickely get it without much hesitation .Because you won’t be charged until the minimum number of purchases has been met and the deal goes live.
You do not have to sign anyone up to get the deal. The deal is pushed out to entire list of YouCeleb subscribers.
SeenON! connects fans with their favorite celebrities brands after the credits roll.
With SeenOn, viewers are able to purchase the pieces they see on screen – armed with the knowledge that they can log on to SeenON immediately after each show, find the items they spotted and get their hands on them, along with behind-the-scenes scoop, previews, special offers, product giveaways and exclusive merchandise.
Consumers essentially have a back-stage pass to a catalog of all the products seen on TV, in films, music videos, sports and on the red carpet.