Fashion 2.0 Awards – NYC – 2014

Fashion 2.0 Awards – NYC – 2014

Please enjoy my creative video of the 5th Annual Fashion 2.0 Awards show in NYC.

NEW YORK — March 20, 2014 — Champagne flowed after the winners of tonight’s Fashion 2.0 Awards were announced. This
black-tie affair feted legendary designer Zac Posen offering a keynote dedicated to the ever-growing role of digital media in the business of
fashion. Robert Verdi hosted the evening’s events offering his own humorous insight into today’s trends. The votes tallied and it’s been
declared that Marc Jacobs has the best fashion Instagram & Twitter accounts this year while ASOS took home the Best Facebook and Top
Innovator awards. Coco Rocha presented the top honor at the ceremony. The new award for Best Wearable Tech went to NIKE for their
Fuel Band. The founders of Warby Parker Neil Blumenthal and David Gilboa were honored with the 2014 Visionary Award, which was
presented by style expert Jeannie Mai.
Created in 2010, the Fashion 2.0 Awards are the first industry-recognized distinction honoring the most innovative fashion
brands for their outstanding achievements and communication strategies across a variety of digital media channels. Nominees have been
selected by an online community of industry influencers and fashion fans; with winners voted on by the public and announced at the awards
ceremony. This year’s ceremony was held at Merkin Concert Hall, 129 West 67th Street, NYC, in partnership with Fashion GPS.
“We were thrilled to celebrate the 5th Anniversary of the Fashion 2.0 Awards with more than 400 industry insiders, representing
world’s leading fashion brands. The awards are the validation of the growing influence of digital technologies on the way fashion is
produced, sold and talked about.” Said Yuli Ziv, founder of the Fashion 2.0 Awards and Style Coalition.” We are honored to celebrate top
innovators at the ceremony that gets more buzzed about each year.”
The 2014 Fashion 2.0 Awards Winners
BEST TWITTER – Marc Jacobs
BEST FACEBOOK – ASOS
BEST INSTAGRAM – Marc Jacobs
BEST PINTEREST – Nordstrom
BEST E-COMMERCE EXPERIENCE – Net-A-Porter
BEST ONLINE VIDEO – Chanel
BEST ONLINE CAMPAIGN — DKNYdraft by DKNY
BEST FASHION STARTUP – Acustom Apparel
BEST WEARABLE TECH – Nike Fuel Band
TOP INNOVATOR — ASOS

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