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Elizabeth Street, a new app for stylish moms

December 22, 2011 |  8:00 am

Elizabeth Street
If it seems as though there's an app for everything these days, consider this: There wasn't one that specifically addressed uber-fashionable moms, at least not until now.

Elizabeth Street is a new iPad app with recommendations from a global network of haute moms who share tips on everything from where to buy kids' riding boots in New York to how to find the best birthday cakes in Los Angeles. There also are contributions from London; Milan, Italy; and Paris, and new cities will be added monthly.

In L.A., Eastside and Westside moms contributed, including stylist-designer Rachel Zoe, restaurateur Caroline Styne, artist Karen Kimmel and Los Angeles County Museum of Art curator Christine Y. Kim (whose tips are in the screen grab above).

The project is the brainchild of Emanuele Della Valle,  son of Italian fashion giant Tod's Chief Executive and President Diego Della Valle. He tapped L.A. journalist and Foodinista blogger Heather John Fogarty to help launch the app, which costs $4.99 per city. 

For information, see ElizabethStreet.com.

— Booth Moore

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Credit: Image courtesy of Elizabeth Street

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