On Thursday night, hundreds of fashion industry insiders gathered at Merkin Concert Hall in New York City to celebrate the most digitally innovative brands and startup companies at the fifth annual Style 2.0 Awards.
Hosted by the hilarious Robert Verdi, the event saw key fashion brands like Marc Jacobs and Chanel take home awards for having the best Twitter or best online video. These awards were presented by famed fashion figures, including model and style icon Coco Rocha, ELLE.com editor Ruthie Friedlanderm and TV personality Jeannie Mai. Additionally, designer Zac Posen was the keynote speaker.
For Yuli Ziv, the event's founder, this gathering was a particularly special one. Ziv, who is also the founder and CEO of Style Coalition, the group that organized the event, used her welcome speech to reflect on the previous four Fashion 2.0 Awards and how far the event has come since its debut.
See the full list of nominees below (winners are in bold).
Best Twitter: Burberry, DKNY, Kate Spade, Marc Jacobs, Michael Kors
Best Facebook: ASOS, Burberry, J Brand Jeans, Michael Kors, Ralph Lauren
Best Instagram: Free People, Marc Jacobs, Nasty Gal, Rebecca Minkoff, Zac Posen
Best Pinterest: Free People, J.Crew, Kate Spade, Nordstrom, Tory Burch
Best E-Commerce: ASOS, Moda Operandi, ModCloth, Net-A-Porter, Shopbop
Best Online Video: Chanel, Free People, H&M, Prada, Ralph Lauren
Best Online Campaign: Burberry, Coach, DKNY, GAP, Polo Ralph Lauren
Best Startup: 72Lux, Acustom Apparel, Rank & Style, Wearable Experiments, Zady
Best Wearable Tech: Cuff, Google Glass, Jawbone UP, Nike Fuel Band, Pebble Steel
Digital Navigator Award: Eva Chen
Fashion 2.0 Visionary Award: Neil Blumenthal and David Gilboa, founders of Warby Parker
Top Innovator: ASOS, Burberry, DKNY, Michael Kors, Ralph Lauren
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