35 Inspirational Fashion Website Designs

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September 08, 2009

Appearance is crucial for obvious reasons in the fashion industry. With that in mind, many fashion e-commerce sites can be an excellent source of design inspiration.

Attractive design and photography can make the products more appealing to visitors and increase sales.

There are a lot of different design styles and approaches that are used by online fashion shops, but generally photography and product/model images play a large role.

Sometimes the design and layout is minimal, allowing for more empasis on the products. Others feature huge photos as the primary focal point of the page.

In this post we'll feature 35 inspirational fashion website designs that represent a variety of styles that are sure to inspire you.

1. Closed


2. Martin + Osa

Martin + Osa

3. Abercrombie & Fitch

Abercrombie & Fitch

4. Myla


5. Burberry


6. Coast


7. Roxy


8. Armani Exchange

Armani Exchange

9. Nine West

Nine West

10. Anna Scholz

Anna Scholz

11. J.Crew


12. Barrie Pace

Barrie Pace

13. Free People

Free People

14. Jungstil


15. Urban Originals

Urban Originals

16. New York & Company

New York & Company

17. Lane Bryant

Lane Bryant

18. Tooby Doo

Tooby Doo



20. Acne


21. Miss Selfridge

Miss Selfridge

22. Ralph Lauren

Ralph Lauren

23. Ralph Lauren Rugby

Ralph Lauren Rugby

24. Shoe Guru

Shoe Guru

25. Bluefly


26. Tommy Hilfiger

Tommy Hilfiger

27. ASOS


28. White + Warren

White + Warren

29. Bridge55


30. Nordstrom


31. DSW


32. Lord & Taylor

Lord & Taylor

33. The Vestry

The Vestry

34. Wallis


35. My Wardrobe

My Wardrobe

This article was written by Steven Snell exclusively for WDD. Steven showcases the best e-commerce sites at CartFrenzy, a gallery that is updated daily.

What do you think of these fashion website designs? Which ones were the most inspiring for you?

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