2013 August 1

Meet Your New (Online) Stylist, Keaton Row

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Having nothing to wear is often a total exaggeration. But when the day comes when that's truly the case, or you just can’t deal with your wardrobe, Keaton Row is there for ya. The online styling site is far simpler than getting face time with a stylist (scheduling, time, money…), for starters. Created by Harvard Business School grads Elenor Mak and Cheryl Han, the process involves filling out intro quiz on your style (and style needs). Then, you simply choose a stylist from a crowd of Vogue vets, professional stylists and trend forecasters, and the two of you live happily ever after. Well, that happens after five to seven stylist-selected looks arrive at to your doorstep. The best surprise? The bill incurs the same amount of damage as scoring the pieces directly from the retailer. Magical, non



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