Posts tagged "ecommerce"

I’m Not So Sure About Julep.com, The Nail-Polish-Of-The-Month Club

I’d seen a million ads for Julep.com on my Facebook or various clothing and beauty sites and they always caught my eye. There’d be pictures of nail polishes in cute colors and something about getting a new box every month. Fun! I live on a budget, though, so I always quelled my desire to join.

Jessica Wakeman / January 27, 2014

Marc Jacobs E-Commerce Site In The Works

It’s been a long time coming, but Marc Jacobs has finally decided to get in on the e-commerce game. In September, MarcJacobs.com will become an e-retailer, giving us one more stop on our daily fashion lust tour. Even more exciting? There have been hints that the new website will also sell items that aren’t available…

Lily Q / July 14, 2010

What Credit Card? Bill My Parents.

Parents, beware. The ecommerce evil shopping geniuses have found another way for your tweens and teens to beg for money to assuage their clothing habits. Now, instead of asking for the credit card or dragging mom to the mall, websites are adding a “Bill to Parents” option. Your kids can shop away, add their desired…

Bianca Posterli / July 14, 2010

Need Another Online Shopping Site? Maybe.

Between Gilt Groupe, ideeli, Rue La La, and The Outnet, the web is clogged with newsletters, online shopping sites, and exclusive deals, but pretty soon another one will be added to the masses. A former retail exec, Cecilia Pagkalinawan, and venture capitalist, Jim Robinson IV, have hatched a plan to launch StyleTrek, which aims to…

Bianca Posterli / June 3, 2010

The Matthew Williamson E-Commerce Site Is Up!

As so often is the case when it comes to the tastiest of fashion morsels, there’s good news, and, well, there’s bad news. We couldn’t be happier to discover that, as of today, super groovy designer Matthew Williamson’s gorgeous wares are officially on sale online for all the ladies who care to shop to their…

Erin Flaherty / January 13, 2010

Is Facebook the New Online Shop?

Facebook is good for many things. Stalking ex-boyfriends, staying up to date on which of your old classmates got married or had kids, and generally wasting time.

But while you’re using it to stay in touch with friends, brands and stores are using it to gain even more consumers. Everyone has their own fa…

Bianca Posterli / October 14, 2009