Miss USA Says Every Retail Clothing Store Should Contain a Style Stage Stylinity's Style Stages revolutionize retail clothes shopping experience, turning shoppers into models
NEW YORK, Nov. 14, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Miss USA, Olivia Culpo, visited the Limelight Marketplace in New York City this week to check out Stylinity's first-ever Style Stage and experience the revolutionary new retail store product for herself.
Stepping onto the Style Stage for the first time, Miss USA said, "It's awesome! I like being able to see every angle of the outfit."
Modeling several outfits, including an evening gown for the Miss Universe pageant coming up next month, Miss USA talked with Team Stylinity about some of her favorite stores where she would love to see a Style Stage. JCrew and Zara were top on her list along with Barneys, a definite favorite of the pageant beauty.
Regardless of what stores carry it, Miss USA made one thing clear when talking about the Style Stage: "I would go to a store that had this over a store that didn't because you can really pinpoint what you like and what you don't like."
For inquiries please contact Jennifer Capriola, Chief Marketing Officer, at 646-397-4702 or at Jennifer@stylinity.com.
Founded in 2012 by Edward "Tadd" Spering, Stylinity is the fusion of fashion and social media, uniting online shopping with the in-store experience. The in-store Style Stage turns customers into models, empowering them to make better shopping decisions and inspire others. On the Style Stage, users have photos taken from four angles simultaneously, which can then be shared on Stylinity.com or other social media sites for instant feedback from friends and online networks.
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