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Your Closet in the Palm of Your Hands

LOS ANGELES - Walk In My Closet introduces a high-end virtual wardrobing app for the international online fashion community that places the entire contents of one’s closet in the palm of your hand. Complementing the designer consignment shopping on www.walkinmycloset.com, the app offers an effective mobile experience, to quickly photograph and retouch your closet’s treasured items and to display them like an immaculately-curated online boutique. The Walk In My Closet app is available for free from the iTunes App Store. Created exclusively for the iPhone by Ambre Dahan, Walk In My Closet CEO and Joe’s Jeans Design Director, the app also enables users to share looks with friends, comment on them, and explore the private closets of international fashion influencers like Charlotte Ronson and Julia Roitfeld. Key features for sharing personal style and engaging with Walk In My Closet’s international online fashion community include: CLOSET: Catalog the contents of your closet. The in-app camera and background white-out tool allow users to build a virtual wardrobe with a simple click. Users can also browse and add items they own from an Influencer or friend’s closet directly to their own. MOODBOARD: Share looks and visual inspirations from your mobile device, and browse the Moodboards of Influencers around the world and users in one’s Clique. Moodboard images can be cropped and edited using transformative filters to achieve the desired aesthetic prior to uploading. PROFILE: Build your Clique — follow Influencers or connect with new and existing users across our community; share and comment on each other’s activity. SHOP: Shop exclusive pre-owned luxury fashion items from across the globe, as now offered in Walk In My Closet’s “Shop Designer Recycled” section. “We find the idea of seamlessly photographing, editing and sharing a look from your mobile device so compelling,” shares Ambre Dahan. ”The smartphone app was envisioned as a tool that really empowers our user to build, catalog and share their own wardrobe with an international online fashion community that shares their passion.”   The Walk In My Closet App is available for free from the App Store on iPhone or at: www.itunes.com/appstore. Walk In My Closet (walkinmycloset.com) is an international online fashion boutique and luxury utility for cataloguing and sharing personal looks, planning one’s travel packing, as well as buying and selling the absolute finest in contemporary and pre-owned designer clothing from around the world. For the first time, this full array of wardrobing features is presented together in one impeccably designed and curated online destination. Source: Walk In My Closet
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Linen Closets Aren't Just for Linens Anymore

Traditionally, the linen closet was full of just that: towels, sheets, and, well, linens. But now, the linen closet doesn’t always mean a closet full of linens, it can also be a closet made out of linen. A new finish for furniture is now available in Europe, and is being used in dressing rooms, bathroom furniture, and elsewhere, and clients are loving it. The calming influence of linen has long been a summer favorite from Nantucket to Saint-Tropez, and now that elegance and texture has been transferred from the clothing, to furniture that stores the clothing. Instead of light or dark wood, people are opting for this melamine that conveys a sophisticated attitude which many are seeking for their homes. It is easy for a customer to imagine, walking into their dressing room and being surrounded with a texture and muted tones that convey timeless beauty. The visual calm of the color (available in various tones) creates a background to show off your wardrobe instead of competing with it; and the texture makes for a surface savory to the touch. The tradition and elegance of the line furniture is at home in both urban and rural settings, the look will combine with a variety of styles and settings, and will enchant for years to come. This linen melamine is one of the newer 3D melamine finishes that have nothing to do with their forbearers. In our store, it has quickly become one of the biggest sellers. We combine the linen colors with warm LED lighting, and use the material in many different settings. The darker linen is used more in an urban atmosphere, whilst the lighter linen used in rural or beach areas. Mostly it is used in dressing rooms, but also combines well in bathrooms and laundry rooms. Furthermore, the neutral color combines virtually with any pallet and can integrate with any color scheme.