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The SSENSE Mobile App Is *Finally* Here & It's Designed For A Personalized Shopping Experience

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These days, you pretty much shop anything from anywhere at all times online. That said, sometimes being able to find exactly what you're looking for can take a lot of effort, and you likely know the feeling of scrolling and scrolling until you can't see straight. Enter: the SSENSE mobile app — the fashion platform's hyper-personalized shopping experience that's here to do the heavy lifting for you and streamline how you shop.

Since launching in 2003, the Montreal-based fashion platform has become a go-to destination for fashion lovers to shop both luxury and independent designers. And as of Oct. 22, SSENSE is offering up even more access to its impressive lineup of brands — that includes everyone from Gucci and Chloé to Khaite and The Row — with its first-ever mobile app.

Upon opening the app, the homepage will provide you with personalized shopping recommendations that have been selected for you based on your preferences and shopping history. And the more you use the app, the more personal these recommendations will become. The homepage also highlights SSENSE-exclusive items as well as trending pieces within certain categories. Not to mention, a clean interface makes the mobile experience visually appealing and easy to navigate.

With over 40,000 items and 500 brands available for both women and men at your fingertips, the app brings new features that will cater to your specific shopping needs. These features include intuitive search filters that'll help you locate what you're after quickly while you're on the move. The enhanced sorting will provide you with the opportunity to narrow in on size, designer, and category to shop particular pieces on the platform.

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So, let's say you're looking for a specific pair of boots? With just three clicks, SSENSE will pull together all of the styles that meet this criteria. Of course, if you want to filter your results down by brand, size, and category , you can do that, too.

If you've decided t give the app a trial run, it's available globally for iOS devices on the Apple App store, and guess the best part? It's free.