Fashion is important because it’s a part of all of us. No matter what you do or where you come from, it’s innate in everyone. We just differ in ways we choose to interpret and embrace it. This is what makes fashion so relevant and exciting. In choosing how to express ourselves with fashion, we are able to show the world a part of who we are and our culture. In a way, fashion allows us to transcend all types of barriers and communicate in a way that no other art form can. -Camille Co, Fashion Designer and Blogger
As you stroll at the mall, you might see a woman wearing a black see-through polo tucked in a white peplum skirt paired with a pink heeless sky-high pumps and a bunch of accessories to top her whole trendy look for the day. It may be weird to most of the people but for her, this is how she expresses fashion.
OOTD or Outfit of the Day has been the norm when girls and even guys started fashion blogging, right? The Sartorialist, Camille Co, Anastasia Siantar, Laureen Uy and Kryz Uy are just some of the iconic people in fashion blogging. Now, their “passion for fashion” has created a platform over the internet as fashion enthusiasts from different walks of life and different parts of the world collaborate as they share how they perceive fashion in their daily lives – Lookbook: A Collective Fashion Consciousness.
Lo and behold fashion enthusiasts and Lookbook fans! This app review will take your daily dose of fashion inspiration to a notch higher as Lookbook is now available on your iPhone devices.
From the Number 1 Fashion Portal with millions of users worldwide, Lookbook.nu has launched their own app last September 4, 2012, which allows its users to basically browse, post, hype and comment on a look.