LONDON, December 9, 2011 /PRNewswire/ --
Fast-growing e-commerce marketplace is recognized for its growth and achievements in supporting independent fashion accessories designers
Compiled by Leon Bailey-Green and released on VOGUE.COM UK in celebration of Online Fashion Week, the list charts the most influential names and companies from the online fashion world. Winners this year have included celebrities turned Internet entrepreneurs Kim Kardashian and Cheryl Cole as well as industry veterans Nick Robertson of ASOS and Jeff Bezos of Amazon.
"We are absolutely delighted with our inclusion in such a prestigious list" says Boticca.com's CEO and co-founder Kiyan Foroughi. "This award is a testament to our achievements in supporting independent fashion accessories designers and our passionate team's hard work."
The news follows the company's recent release of personalized gift guides for men and women, with each gift guide representing a different style, as well as a Facebook application allowing its designers to set up a store on the popular social network in three clicks.
Headquartered in London, Boticca.com's team scours the world for the very best independent designers and creates an experience of global discovery by connecting them with a truly international customer base. From pearl rings to evening bags and scarves for women, the site offers a variety of unique, exquisite pieces.
Boticca.com is the global online destination for accessories that connects customers directly with top independent designers all over the world. Boticca.com makes it easier and more enjoyable for customers to discover high-quality, unique jewelry, handbags and fashion accessories with a meaningful story. The marketplace is curated and edited by a team of fashion experts, designers, stylists and collectors, who illustrate the culture, stories and inspiration behind the collections on the site. With headquarters in London, Boticca.com has handpicked more than 240 emerging designers from over 40 countries and offers a selection of more than 6,000 pieces of jewelry and fashion accessories.