10 Easy Ways to Force Your Holiday Wish List Onto People Through the Internet
Christmas/Hannukkah/whatever holiday you celebrate that involves the giving of gifts is right around the corner and while you've generously been spending all of your time finding the perfect gifts for your loved ones, you may have forgotten to tell people what they should get you.
You could leave them to their own devices, but we wouldn't advise it. Thanks to technology and the proliferation of content curation and social sharing platforms, there are many easy, effective ways to tell people what you want.
Click through for our favorites, many of which have a fashion-y slant.
E-commerce site of all kinds have a new focus: mobile. One need only look at a few stats to see why. For instance, according to a report by Mobify, mobile web adoption is growing eight times faster than web adoption did in the 1990s; mobile traffic now accounts for 15% of all web traffic; 90% of people move between devices to accomplish things; U.S. mobile commerce sales hit $24.66 billion in 2012, up 81% from 2011; and 58% of consumers in North America now own a smartphone.
Mobile commerce has become especially important for fashion retailers.
Having your name or initials emblazoned on something never gets old. It goes back to that pride you felt back in third grade, when writing your name into your favorite books sent a statement to the world: "This is mine." (And if you're like me, you also drew a unicorn and stars for good measure) As far as gifts go, something personalized or custom-designed shows that you put a bit of effort into it, when you could totally just buy an iTunes gift card.
With that in mind, we gathered a bunch of customizable gift ideas at various price points. Whether your recipient is into fashion or not, here are ten ideas for cool custom gifts. Click through to check them out.
It's officially mid-November, which means it's probably time to start shopping for holiday gifts...or at least thinking about it. Not sure what to get your fashion-obsessed loved one? This year, we'd recommend a pretty fashion book, especially because there are so many good ones that have come out recently.
Who wouldn't want a photographic look back at the house of Gucci or Carine Roitfeld's career sitting on their coffee table? We certainly do, so we've compiled what we believe are the 10 best fashion books to have come out this year. And if you end up buying one of them for yourself, that's okay. We won't tell!
Welcome back to @NoBtotheS‘s series on the suicide inducing habits of people in the fashion industry. (Editor’s note: If you’re not familiar with NoBtotheS, or No Bullshit, s/he is an anonymous fashion publicist working in New York City who’s famed for a hilarious Twitter account.)
I made my list, I checked it twice, I already know I'm naughty not nice...welcome to my holiday wish list.
1. To be shot by the legendary Bill Cunningham and featured in NY Times Style section. Mr. Cunningham, I've restrained myself in the past from diving in front of your lens. You're so small and elderly I would hate to accidentally break your hip. This would only be doing both of us a favor!
2. For Joanna Hillman to attend a press preview. Period.
3. To share a leisurely lunch with two of my favorite foreign editors: Franca Sozzani and Carine Roitfeld. Oh, the stories they would tell! We would dish and drink and part as sisters.