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Five fashion apps perfect for taking your mind off of things

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Starting to go a little stir crazy? These apps are the perfect antidote. Equal parts stylish and fun, you’ll be somewhere else in your mind in no time

  • Louis Vuitton 100 Trunks

Louis Vuitton and vintage luggage enthusiasts will love this app. Adapted from the popular and oh-so-chic coffee table book of the same name, Louis Vuitton 100 Trunks features 360 degree virtual viewing of some of the most historic and iconic luggage from the luxury brand alongside videos and sound clips telling the fascinating stories behind them.

  • Gucci

Step into the world of Gucci to shop, watch runway shows and try on accessories and sneakers in the VR fitting room. The Gucci app even has its own arcade room filled with classic video game classics all in the Gucci aesthetic, there’s also the Gucci Places section too, which features gorgeous imagery and facts about the locations close to the brand’s heart like Chatsworth House and the Gucci Garden in Florence. Perfect escapism.


Anyone who was a fan of styling games like Stardoll when they were younger will love DREST. It combines all the fun of virtual reality styling with real luxury product allowing you to build your perfect outfit, and then actually purchase it. Partnering with top brands like Gucci, Prada and Bottega Veneta, the app also features minigames and interactive content in line with current fashion news and trends.

  • Hermès H Break

A much welcome break for users of the Apple Watch, Hermes H Break is a healthy dose of relaxation and fun pairing the artistry of Hermès’s silk scarf prints with a game of skill and balance. Rotate circles like clockwork in a labyrinth style game to discover the hidden print. It’s enough to ease your mind after a stressful day and oddly satisfying too.

  • Dior Makeup

If being at home is starting to become a bore, why not give yourself a makeover? Digitally, of course. Dior’s makeup app allows you to virtually try on their huge collection of lipsticks, eyeshadows and liners without the mess. Once you’re happy with your look, you can buy products through the app, so you’re ready to try it out in person at your next soirée.

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