Create, Shop & Explore on Polyvore.com

March 24, 2010 at 8:43 pm Leave a comment

Polyvore.com is the fashion industry’s latest obsession.

We first learned of Polyvore at a recent educational event we attended at FIT. It appeared again in this Monday’s issue of Women’s Wear Daily.

If the buzz isn’t enough to get you interested, take it from us–it’s extremely cool.

You can browse & create fashion collages from Polyvore’s seemingly limitless library of styles & accessories from all the hottest brands.

There are contests to create themed collages, question & answer forums and more.

We at BMS were particularly pleased to note that Polyvore’s creation tool functions very similarly to our own storyboard creation tool in our VerTex Design Toolbox, which we feel speaks to the user-friendliness of our product.

So food for thought–if you can use Polyvore.com you can design storyboards in the VerTex system! Why not try it now?

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Business Management Systems (BMS) has been a leading provider of product lifecycle management software solutions to the apparel & textiles industry for 15 years, delivering VerTex Toolboxes--an easy-to-use modular system uniquely configured to meet every company's specific needs.

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