SIGIA-L Mail Archives: Re: [Sigia-l] boo.com: back with a vengeance?
Re: [Sigia-l] boo.com: back with a vengeance?
No, FashionMall Inc and other companies (Web-A-Porter I think) bought
lots of their assets when it was liquidated. Can't tell if they are
behind any new boo.com ventures at this point. I love this tagline
though, very appropriate "boo.com - style never dies"
Jonathan Baker-Bates wrote:
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>> From: sigia-l-bounces_at_asis.org
>> [mailto:sigia-l-bounces_at_asis.org] On Behalf Of Livia Labate
>> Sent: 03 December 2006 14:23
>> To: SIGIA-L
>> Subject: [Sigia-l] boo.com: back with a vengeance?
>> It seems like the ill-fated boo.com is back (sometime soon).
>> In 1999 Boo.com (fashion retail site) became the exemplary
>> bubble-bursting web service portal,
> Hasn't it been up (and trading as a division of Fashionmall Inc) at
> various times since 1999? You are just referring to a re-design of the
> site that was previously there last year.
> Not hugely interesting news.
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