New York, NY (PRWEB) September 18, 2013
WindowsWear's Pinterest followers are given a special opportunity to view products selected from the best fashion window displays in the world. WindowsWear currently features 2,000 unique fashion windows from more than 500 different stores in New York, Paris, Milan, Barcelona, London, and Los Angeles. Each Pinterest board consists of an image of a window display and images of hand-selected products from that window.
“We are excited to highlight products directly from the window displays and share them with consumers,” said Jon Harari, CEO & Co-Founder of WindowsWear. “Pinterest is a very visual site. It is an ideal platform for displaying images and online shopping. WindowsWear is effectively utilizing Pinterest to shop the latest looks from the windows of stores from around the world.”
WindowsWear is partnered with leading global fashion brands including famous department stores such as Bergdorf Goodman, Harrods, and Lord & Taylor, and designers such as Gucci, Hervé Leger, and Tory Burch. Each Pinterest board provides a unique shopping experience.
"Retailers’ windows represent a substantial investment in resources and money, and our new Pinterest boards significantly leverage their investment online,” said Mike Niemtzow, President & Co-Founder. "The goal is to significantly drive traffic and attention to the world’s fashion windows throughout the year, not just during the holiday season. WindowsWear uniquely helps brands with their omni-channel strategies."
For more information on WindowsWear or Pinterest, please contact pr(at)windowswear(dot)com or visit http://www.pinterest.com/windowswear.
WindowsWear.com features the world’s fashion windows online in real-time, and is a window shopping and trend website headquartered in New York City. The company was founded in 2012 and has an international user base, including visual merchandisers from almost every fashion retailer from around the world. WindowsWear was created to showcase and highlight the work of visual merchandisers globally.
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, Barcelona, London, and Los Angeles. 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. http://www.windowswear.com