Our iPhone is like our third hand, so we’re excited about all of the new fashion apps popping up everywhere. According to The Independent, Marc Jacobs will launch a free iPhone clock that customizes your iPhone to look like his latest spring collection. Plus, read SheFinds on the go–subscribe here on your Kindle. (Exciting!) Here, the top five iPhone fashion applications that will make your life easier–and more fun:
1. Celebrity Fashion (Free)
Why We Love It: We can see what our favorite starlets wear every day without missing an e-mail, and buy the exact pieces from their looks immediately. Talk about instant gratification.
Best Feature: Not every celebrity dresses well, and this application has a navigation friendly celebrity search so you don’t have to see what pink monstrosity Paris Hilton wore the other night.
2. Touch Closet ($0.99)
Why We Love It: We spend lots of time making a mess of our closets. Touch Closet streamlines the outfit making process, and saves us major time.
Best Feature: A virtual view of your entire closet. This feature lets you do outfit planning and packing any time and any place.
3. Chanel (Free)
Why We Love It: Tons of access. You can see behind the scenes glimpses of fashion shoots and Coco Chanel’s luxurious apartment in Paris.
Best Feature: Not everyone gets a chance to see a Chanel Haute Couture show, but this application lets you see video of their celebrity coveted shows each season.
4. Love It or Lose It ($1.99)
Why We Love It: You never have to shop alone. This application lets you send photos of outfits or future purchases to friends and a network of other fashion minded people who can help you make a final choice.
Best Feature: Every picture that you take is saved in a navigation friendly profile. The My Style page lets you choose your favorite designers and brands and connects you with people who have a similar taste—meaning it weeds out the tacky fashion perspectives.
5. Style.com (Free)
Why we love it: It’s fashion at our fingertips. We have a virtual ticket to all of our favorite designer’s fashion shows.
Beat Feature: The runway videos with commentary from front-row attendees.