The mod look is one that seems to pop up in editorials all. the. time. (See also: Anna Kendrick, Elle July 2014). The latest mod darling is Kate Bosworth for Harper's Bazaar Singapore, which hits newsstands tomorrow. The magazine described the look on their Twitter as "sixties ingenue" -- Jill Kennington, Peggy Moffitt, Twiggy, Mary Quant, Pattie Boyd -- we salute you.
On the flip side, in fashion tech news, Bosworth and her business partner Samantha Russ recently launched an app called Style Thief -- which accomplishes exactly what you may think:
Partnering with a co-owner of specialty retail chain American Rag Cie and a former president of Gemstar-TV Guide Interactive, the actress is launching an app called Style Thief that lets people snap a photo, do an image search for a fashion item and buy it through a couple of clicks. Touting the tag line of "Snap & Steal," the app is tapping into the popularity of street style, as well as the addictive habit of taking photos on phones and the growing importance of mobile commerce.That being the case, I can imagine Bosworth is an easy target for her own app.
"Everyone has fashion envy," said Bosworth, "Everyone can relate to that feeling of looking at an editorial, for example -- or a friend, or the runway, for that matter -- wanting to steal something exactly as you’re seeing it, or something similar." (Source)
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