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Have Style.com, Will Travel

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Last week, New York. Today, London. Tomorrow, Milan. After that, the world. Do you really need a reminder that the Fall 2013 fashion weeks are in full swing? No. But if you’ve seen Apple’s latest iPad ad, you got one anyway: Our very own Style.com app made a cameo. If you’ve got an iPhone or an iPad, the app is the fastest way to get all the shows on the go, with complete runway looks, details, models, and reviews. Get it here. Nearly two million downloads to date can’t be wrong.

Photo: Apple.com

Shop The Look: High Tech

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The clock’s a-ticking! The holidays are less than a month away, and the time to find the perfect gift for everyone on your list is running out. We’d bet that at least one of your comrades or kin is hoping for an Apple gadget of some sort—be it an iPhone or an iPad Mini. But if you don’t have a Santa-sized budget, why not get them a fun and fashionable case instead? A few of our favorite designers, like Diane von Furstenberg, Marc Jacobs, and Moschino, offer some covetable options. See our roundup below.


1. Moschino iPad cover, $85, available at www.netaporter.com

2. Diane von Furstenberg iPad case, $165, available at www.matchesfashion.com

3. Marc by Marc Jacobs iPhone case, $48, available at www.shopbop.com

4. Dannijo iPhone case, $98, available at www.dannijo.com

5. Weston iPhone case, $50, available at www.netaporter.com.

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Photo: Courtesy Photo

iWWD

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For 101 years, WWD has been at the forefront of fashion news. Today, our sister publication at Fairchild Fashion Media announced a new move to extend its coverage to readers around the globe—the WWD iPad edition.

What does this mean for WWD disciples? Enhanced article views, slideshows with extra images not available in the paper (meaning more McQueen and Balenciaga to gush over), and a live “Eye” section news feed, viewable directly from your seat at the Marc Jacobs show.

WWD App for the iPad is available on the Apple App Store. The app is free for existing print or online WWD subscribers and $169 for the bundled WWD subscription.

Photo: Courtesy of WWD

Exclusive: Announcing eMinkoff

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For Rebecca Minkoff devotees, there’s something new to add to your set: a six-piece tech collection exclusively for eBay, launching November 14. “EBay is a place that I constantly go to for vintage and for inspiration, so when they approached me for this, it seemed like a perfect fit,” Minkoff tells Style.com.

The designer, who counts herself as a tech person, already has a line of gear for your gadgets, sold through her namesake label. “I really try to stay on top of what is constantly out there so I can stay in touch with my customer and interact with them through all venues of communication,” she says. In signature Minkoff fashion, the iPad and iPhone cases (sold at “Buy It Now” prices, ranging from $28 to $220) for eBay are embellished with gold and black spike studs.

The limited-edition Rebecca Minkoff for eBay tech collection launches November 14 at eBay Fashion Vault.

Photo: Courtesy of Rebecca Minkoff

True Prep: Style.com’s Fashion Week Essentials

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Today on Style.com, fashion insiders including Joseph Altuzarra, Eddie Borgo, Gucci Westman, and Elin Kling all revealed their fail-safe tricks for making it through the New York fashion week marathon. Whether it’s a BluePrint Cleanse (like The Standard Hotel’s Joey Jalleo), a fierce new Tom Ford lipstick (like photographer Candice Lake), or extra sex before the shows kick off (like makeup artist Dick Page), everyone has their fashion week vices. Below, Style.com’s editors share their secrets to a successful week.

Dirk Standen, editor in chief
“An ample supply of Nespresso coffee pods.”

Nicole Phelps, executive editor
“I left my favorite light-blue jean skirt from the dearly departed label Lyell on MetroNorth this weekend. I’m crossing my fingers that it turns up in lost-and-found. If it doesn’t, I expect I’ll be wearing my new Genetic Denim black Adriane flares more than I originally planned.”

Tim Blanks, editor at large
“Blue Point oysters, Berocca, and room service at the Ace Hotel.”

Marina Larroude, senior market editor
“Days before, I always stop at Rita Hazan’s salon for a cut with Andre Rodman and highlights with color guru Adrian Wallace. And, to treat myself before the craziness, a microdermabrasion facial at the La Prairie Spa feels like a dream. I also can never get enough of J. Crew and Uniqlo crewneck sweaters, so this season I’m adding bright hues to my classic gray collection.”

Matthew Schneier, senior news editor
“Short of an X Men-like ability to alter weather patterns, there’s no doubt that my number one fashion week essential this year is going to be a sturdy umbrella. Don’t do what I did and look at Weather.com—it’s too dispiriting. Just buy a good, bag-sized one and carry it everywhere. Century 21 is a great place to stock up on them.”

Celia Ellenberg, senior beauty editor
“My black Havaianas. I step it up a notch with the footwear for NYFW, which means ‘commuter shoes’ become key for covering the kind of ground I need to cover. The best part about the Spring shows is that it’s still warm enough to get away with flip-flops—which also happen to fit nicely in most backstage-appropriate bags.”

Meenal Mistry, contributing editor
“I swear by Sisley’s Ecological Compound for making it look like you actually got a full night’s rest, when indeed nothing could be further from the truth. And I could never leave the house without a pair of Repetto’s stretch satin BB ballet flats. When there are no taxis to be found, they’re God’s gift to the showgoer.”

Maya Singer, special projects editor
“A blow-out. Colin McCarthy at Bumble and Bumble is my fashion week savior. If I can’t get in to see him before the shows start, it’s pretty much top-knot city for me all week long.”

Brittany Adams, associate fashion editor
“I finally gave in and bought an iPad. Even though I could’ve used the money on clothes, it will be invaluable for writing reviews on the go, and of course, the awesome Style.com app!”

Kristin Studeman, associate news editor
“In addition to an extra-large cup (or several) of Stumptown coffee in the morning, chic raingear might be the most important thing to have this week. I am in love with the Marc Jacobs panther umbrella at the moment, and I’m thinking I might need to get a pair of Loeffler Randall rain boots.”

Jessica Minkoff, editorial coordinator
“My Hermès Collier de Chien. My grandmother bought me this bracelet for graduation and I hate taking it off. I feel like it has become a street-style icon and during fashion week, you can never have too many of those.”

From top left to right: J.Crew cashmere long-sleeve tee, $158, available at www.jcrew.com; The Breslin at the Ace Hotel; Nespresso; Marc Jacobs panther umbrella, $60, available at www.net-a-porter.com; Havaiana sandals, $18, available at www.havaianas.com; Bumble and Bumble salon.

Photos: Courtesy Photos