Click through to take a look at eight innovative fashion ideas that have caught our eye recently, and share any you think we should know about in the comments. 1. ASAP54 Photo: ASAP54 We first let you in on ASAP54 a few weeks ago, but let this serve as a reminder. This is an app that can solve many of your street style woes. ASAP54 uses image recognition technology to find out exactly what items are in a photo youve taken, a magazine photo, or even a piece of fabric, and if it cant find the exact item in question, it will show you something similar. So far retailers such asNet-a-Porter, Barneys, Harrods, J Crew, Topshop, and The Outnet are all on board, and the app even has celebrity fans like Cara Delevigne.
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But the blitz is not limited to the festival itself. In fashion marketing speak, Coachella has become more than an event, its a state of mind -- like so many other mythical SoCal locales, including Malibu and Abbot Kinney. Coachella signifies to the world a carefree, boho lifestyle. Or, spring break for people with lots of disposable income. Which is why online retailers and fashion magazines are top hairstyles e-blasting celebrity-curated Coachella must-haves and Coachella packing lists," full of springy merch designed to appeal to people who aren't even attending the sold-out event. Local boutiques are hoisting signs promoting themselves as Coachella Headquarters (Flower crowns! Maxi dresses!