Two Next-Level Wearables That Aren’t for Everyone

A smartband for fancy ladies, and another one for bodybuilders. Wonder if there’s anyone who will buy both.
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AllThingsD Week in Review: BlackBerry Is Just Resting, and YouTube Goes Mobile First

The Top 10 stories that powered AllThingsD this week, in one convenient post.
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Fashion News and Shopping Site Refinery29 Raises $20 Million

Refinery29, one of the most prominent Web properties pursuing the “content + commerce” meme, has raised a $20 million C round funded by Stripes Group. The fashion news/shopping company, which has raised more than $30 million since 2005, says it will use the money to push into new categories, including beauty and entertainment, and will also invest in technology. Refinery29 says it has a global audience of 11 million people.

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AOL’s Huffington Post Adds Ecofabulous Content

AOL-owned Huffington Post is adding a large amount of environmental-focused content from Ecofabulous, and making its founder, Zem Joaquin, an editor at large of home and lifestyle. In a nonexclusive licensing and revenue-sharing deal, the dedicated Ecofabulous page said that the online content site “will host original product reviews and recommendations featuring environmentally conscious beauty, fashion, home, kids, tech, and lifestyle items; provide resources for readers aiming to live a green life; profile environmentally-pioneering companies; and serve as a place to inspire readers seeking the recommendations of expert editors and designers.”

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JustFab and ShoeDazzle Team Up for Subscription Commerce

Two Los Angeles subscription fashion e-commerce startups, JustFab and ShoeDazzle, are combining forces. The brands, which will remain separate for now, said they project they’ll bring in $400 million in total sales, and will reach profitability in 2014. News of the deal had first been reported by PandoDaily.

Online Fashion Brand Cuyana Raises $1.7 Million to Kill Impulse Buying

Welcome to the “lean closet” movement. For real.
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KatieCam Tweets to the Top: A Few More Questions for Twitter CEO Dick Costolo

Dick Costolo, CEO of Twitter, tells Katie Boehret how his theater background influences his leadership style, and explains his personal fashion.
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Meet Stitch Fix, the Personal Shopping Service That Mixes Data With a Human Touch

Silk blouse in your size and a statement necklace, coming right up.
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“Netflix for Dresses” Rent the Runway Raises $4.4 Million

Rent the Runway, a startup that lets customers rent dresses, has raised $4.4 million from American Express and Novel TMT Ventures. The funding is an add-on to a $20 million round the company closed last year. Rent the Runway has raised close to $55 million since 2009.

Poshmark Stitches Up $12 Million in Funding for Its iPhone Thrift Store

Poshmark marketplace allows users to sell unwanted clothing online with nothing but an iPhone.
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