We asked the experts to share their thoughts on the most talked-about pieces of the year.
All while kickstarting the influencer craze.
The Revolve-owned luxury retailer called upon its international network of 'superinfluencers' for a week's worth of events that lit up our Instagram feeds.
A must-read roundup of our most popular stories of the week. You're welcome.
Revolve is leading the charge when it comes to consumer-facing pre-Coachella initiatives.
This is a company that knows how people shop today.
Plus, Puma's fall Fenty by Rihanna collection gets a launch date.
Los Angeles-based designer Pia Arrobio brings her "Dolce & Gabbana meets Supreme" aesthetic to the just-launched line of ready-to-wear.
She made an appearance at the Revolve Hamptons house over the weekend.
As brands pour more money into influencer marketing, scenic trips are increasingly baked into the experience.
And it turns out that viral "Clueless"-inspired video was part of the campaign.
Emily Ratajkowski may soon be making the leap to the big screen alongside Ben Affleck in Gone Girl, but she's not trading in her modeling card just yet.
Last night was Fashionista’s first ever panel discussion! Bringing our “How I’m Making It” feature to life was so much fun and incredibly informative. Our fabulous panel included Timo Weiland and Alan Eckstein (of Timo Weiland), Rebecca Minkoff, Jeff Halmos (of Shipley & Halmos), Nellie Partow, Michael Mente (of Farfetch.com and Revolveclothing.com) and Paul Birardi and Eddy Chai (Odin and Pas de Deux). If you weren’t able to come, we didn’t want you to completely miss out, so here’s a rundown of what we feel were the evening’s most enlightening points. (Some good news for out-of-towners: We'll be livestreaming our next event.) And if you did come, well, we (and our panelists) hope you didn’t leave too discouraged. If last night proved anything, it was that this business ain’t easy. Lesson #1: Be ballsy.
Ever thought of opening your very own shop featuring your favorite clothes, shoes, and accessories? Well, fashionable e-tailer Revolve wants to fulfill your dreams. On November 11, Revolve will relaunch with a new look and plenty of new features. These include more fashion editorials, more blog posts, and more tips from the site's buyers and editors. But the most notable change is an opportunity for users to build their own online boutiques. After creating a profile on Revolveclothing.com, a user can "heart" her favorite looks, which are then transferred into her own boutique. Any time another shopper buys something via her boutique, the "owner" receives a commission in the form of store credit. Commission can range from 1 to 10%, depending on how popular your boutique becomes. Ways to draw attention to your boutique include uploading blog posts and videos.