Bitmoji Makeover! Now You Can Dress Your Digital Alter Ego in Designer Threads
Your Emoji-self will be better dressed than you are!
Dressing yourself — or at least, a version of yourself — in couture just got easier.
Bitmoji, that app that allows you to turn yourself into a cartoonish character, is launching Bitmoji Fashion, which now enables users to clothe their Bitmojis in current designer looks. Hot-off-the-runway ensembles from designers like Alexander McQueen, Marc Jacobs, Michael Kors, Diane von Furstenberg and more will be available.
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And stylish celebs like Emmy Rossum and Ashley Madekwe are already Bitmoji-ing their red carpet looks, with Rossum’s Tanya Taylor floral dress and Madekwe’s sequined Calvin Klein taking on iPhone-friendly form.
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Bitmoji partnered with brands like Tanya Taylor and Joie, as well as department store Bergdorf Goodman and W magazine to bring the update to life.
“Style and social media are both about self-expression, and our collaboration with Bitmoji approaches fashion in a fun, playful way,” Edward Enninful, Fashion and Style Director of W Magazine said. “We’ve curated some of our favorite pieces from the fall runways and I’m excited to see how our readers infuse their personalities into these looks.”
The looks in Bitmoji’s arsenal will constantly rotate — new outfits inspired by pop culture, seasons, and even sports being added on a regular basis. (We hope they dedicate a whole update to Kylie Jenner’s wardrobe!)
Which designer will you be dressing your Bitmoji in? Share below!
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