The fashion industry is one that moves at an ultra-fast pace. Each day, there are new drops from the latest brands, collabs, and more that you have to keep up with. Suffice to say, it can get a little crazy. Luckily, you can keep track of pretty much everything right from your fingertips. Here are seven extremely useful apps that will up your fashion game.
1. MR PORTER
Mr Porter needs no introduction. After all, it's the most popular men's retailer for clothing, shoes, and accessories. The Mr Porter app makes shopping easier with the use of wish lists and push notifications. Aside from the whole e-commerce thing, there's also a lot to learn from its designer interviews and tips.
Look, keeping up with fashion can get expensive. Instead of buying everything at retail price, you can check out Grailed for thrift items from Supreme, Rick Owens, Raf Simons, Saint Laurent, to name a few. Or you can sell some of your old stuff to make room for more.
3. TITAN 22
For those into sportswear and sneakers, all you need is Titan's app. From everyday hoop necessities to the hottest drops, you can shop the best and latest products from its stores. If you sign up to become a member, you'll also be treated to product access, exclusive deals, app-only content, and more.
Ever bought an item, only to find that it's marked down on another site? That's what Lyst is trying to prevent. As the Google of online shopping, Lyst catalogs over 12,000+ brands from different retailers so you don't have to source pieces yourself. Best of all, it has a wishlist tab that notifies you if something you've added gets marked down.
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As we've said, keeping track of drops can get exhausting. To stay updated, you can download KicksOnFire for its release calendar. Along with that, you also get sneaker news, price guides, and interactive charts. Some of the brands on KicksOnFire's database include Adidas, Air Jordan, New Balance, Nike, Puma, Reebok, Supra, Under Armour, Vans, and more.
6. Rhype Philippines
Rhype is a fairly new app that's based and exclusive to the Philippines. The buy-and-sell platform for sneakers uses a bidding system. The main feature of Rhype is that it authenticates all items in its office to prevent fakes from landing on buyers' doorsteps. Aside from sneakers, the app also has a selection of toys available.
7. My SSI Life
SSI is the biggest luxury retailer in the country, so it definitely pays to have the SSI Life app on your phone. With it, you can keep track of your accumulated points and get access to a database of all the company's brands and where to buy them.
*This story originally appeared on Esquiremag.ph. Minor edits have been made by the Preview.ph editors.