New York, NY (PRWEB) August 26, 2013
“WindowsWear is excited to add another US city to the site,” said Jon Harari, CEO and Co-Founder of WindowsWear. “There is unique and great fashion on the west coast and we’re expanding the number of people around the world that get to experience those window displays.”
Los Angeles is the sixth major fashion capital to have its windows displayed on WindowsWear.com. Neighborhoods that are featured in L.A. include Rodeo Drive, The Grove, Robertson Boulevard, and Melrose Avenue.
With the Los Angeles launch, WindowsWear adds over 15 new stores to the site such as Nordstrom and Badgley Mischka. The window displays of stores headquartered in California such as American Apparel and Juicy Couture will be photographed as well.
Los Angeles is ranked in the top ten of the Global Fashion Cities of 2013, ranked annually by the Global Language Monitor. WindowsWear is growing and plans to add more fashion capitals in the future.
For more information on WindowsWear or the Los Angeles launch, please contact pr(at)windowswear(dot)com or visit http://www.windowswear.com .
WindowsWear.com features the world’s fashion windows online in real-time, and is a window shopping and trend forecasting website headquartered in New York City. The company was founded in 2012 and has a user base from around the world, including the heads of visual merchandising at almost every fashion retailer. WindowsWear was created to showcase and highlight the work of visual merchandisers from around the world.
WindowsWear revolutionizes the online fashion experience by featuring over 2,000 unique fashion windows from more than 500 different fashion retailers located in New York, Paris, Milan, London, Los Angeles, and Barcelona. The site allows users to explore the latest global style trends as curated and displayed by the premier names in fashion. The company is currently expanding into other fashion capitals from around the world.