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Digital snippets: 3D printing, Burberry, Barneys, Karl Lagerfeld, Fendi, Primark

Time for yet another catch-up on recent stories from around the web surrounding all things fashion and digital:

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  • New stamping ground for Nike and adidas as 3D shoes kick off (as pictured) [FT]
  • How Burberry uses Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and Google+ [Econsultancy]
  • Barneys targets social-savvy men via new Instagram account [Luxury Daily]
  • Fendi to unveil revamped website [WWD]
  • Primark makes online debut with Asos partnership [Marketing]
  • Retailers’ digital ad spending nears $10 billion [Mashable]
  • Apple-like ecosystems for luxury brands? [BoF]
  • Gilt launches first brick-and-mortar retail store [PSFK]
  • Fab raises $150 million from investors in China, Japan [Mashable]
  • Rad, a Parisian hipster fashion portal, gets $3.3m led by Index to go international [TechCrunch]
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All the winners from the 2013 Fashion 2.0 Awards

Fashion 2.0 Awards host Robert Verdi; Style Coalition founder and CEO Yuli Ziv; Simon Doonan, Barneys New York creative ambassador at large - pic by Patrick McMullan

Marc Jacobs took the top innovator award at Style Coalition’s fourth annual Fashion 2.0 Awards in New York last night, an event dedicated to celebrating the best in communications strategies across digital media platforms.

Voted for by the public, the event also saw Jacobs taking the best Facebook title. Saks Fifth Avenue won two awards too: best blog by a fashion brand, and best website.

DKNY was named best Twitter for the fourth year in a row, while the Fashion 2.0 visionary award was presented to Rent the Runway founders Jennifer Hyman and Jenny Fleiss in acknowledgment of their “achievements in disrupting the retail industry and democratizing luxury fashion”.

Here’s the full list:

Pic courtesy of Patrick McMullan

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Digital snippets: Burberry, Uniqlo, Jaeger, Rebecca Minkoff, Reebok, Asos, Target

Some more great stories from around the web surrounding all things fashion and digital over the past week:

  • Burberry fetes digital at Chicago flagship opening (as pictured) [Mashable]
  • Uniqlo partners with GIF artists for holiday campaign [PSFK]
  • Jaeger’s new website let down by drab colour scheme [Econsultancy]
  • Rebecca Minkoff unveils new site [WWD]
  • Reebok edits and refines its social media footprint [AdAge]
  • Asos maintains heady rate of sales growth, Q1 up 30% to £165.8m [Reuters]
  • Target CMO: content and mobile matters more than campaigns [BrandChannel]
  • How eBay became a fast-fashion graveyard [The Cut]
  • Five years in and profitable, Gilt refocuses on new leadership, an IPO in 2013 and more [TechCrunch]