Gucci: Tap in to the luxury Italian designer’s fashion app for instant notification of new product launches and collaborations, Gucci’s Little Black Book of the hottest restaurants, bars, clubs and hotels in 33 international cities and music playlists by producer Mark Ronson and Gucci creative director Frida Giannini. Seriously cool.
Rugby Ralph Lauren Make Your Own: Put your own face on models, create statement looks with Ralph Lauren clothes and even customise the luxury label’s signature rugby sweaters then share them on Facebook.
Chicfeed: This iPhone fashion app brings together updates from popular blogs including the Sartorialist and Face Hunter, so you’ll easily be able to stay street savvy.
Chanel: You can’t shop via the Chanel iPhone app yet but you can view the luxury label’s full collections and latest news.
eBay: Never miss a bargain with this ‘bid on the go’ eBay app. Seal the deal when you’ve finished by clicking through to PayPal.
Net-a-Porter: High-end fashion at your fingertips. The leading online retailer’s iPhone app has everything the ultimate fashionista on the move could possibly want: couture fashion and accessory updates, 360-degree views on products, a wish-list function that lets you share with friends and coveted editor’s picks.
Sex and the city: Carrie’s Closet: Although slightly misleadingly named, this iPhone fashion app is actually rather helpful as it allows you to photograph, organise and share your wardrobe. Simply take piccys of clothing and accessories from your closet and get to work planning the perfect outfit for that party next week. You’ll even be able to share looks with friends, invite their comments and suggestions and enjoy listening to music from the Sex and the City soundtrack (what else?).
Stylish Girl: This iPhone fashion app is similar to the Sex and the City app but without the Sex and the City extras. Upload photos of your clothes and accessories then have fun putting together outfits and forwarding them to your friends.
Style.com: As one of the first fashion apps to launch, Style.com is well worth a download if only for its (almost) real-time content during fashion weeks.
DKNY: Enjoy style tips from Donna Karan herself with DKNY’s iPhone app.