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upgrade2.jpg As part of our upgrade, we are introducing exciting new features and columns in Clutch! We’re not only fly fashionistas obsessed with bringing you what’s hot, new and now—we’re also social media/marketing junkies, always on the hunt for ways to improve our fabulous site. Below you will find more information about our new features and additions. Please be sure to read our Terms of Use, Disclaimer and Privacy Policy, and contact us if you have any questions, concerns or suggestions. Also, be on the look out for another addition to the family—our new site Brown Fashionista launches May 2008.

Save Articles: You are now able to save articles without having to login. The articles are saved in your “cookies.”

Share [Social Bookmarking]: You are now able to not only share/save articles on Digg and Del.icio.us, but also on Furl, Sk*rt, StumbleUpon and Facebook. In addition to Social Bookmarking, you will also be able to email articles to others.

Forums: Our readers are unique and diverse, informed and trendy—and we want to provide a community where they all can interact and get to know each other. Forums will allow Clutch readers to form resource or support systems; sharing advice and ideas with one another to help tackle the issues affecting everyday life. (FYI, you will have to register in order to post in categories.)

More Weekly Features: Get ready for more weekly features of the monthly editions. Some of the new features include:
• Fashionista Files
• Briefs
• Copy Cat
• Gossip Drops
• Politics As Usual
and
• Rewind

As always, thanks for supporting Clutch. We promise to keep getting better and better!

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  • FT

    Thanks for the clarification Fly1 I was starting to miss the old layout as it was easier to read but since you are going for the online mag look then..hooray!!

  • Urban Fashionista

    It’s funny that people thought Clutch was a blog. Since day one they have been an online magazine. What other site interviews A-list celebrities and have contents like Clutch. It must be so frustrating for such a great magazine to be called a blog over and over when clearly they are so much more. I love the new design. People need to know you are a up and coming magazine that is about to get even bigger!

  • Elise

    The upgrade is fabulous! Keep up the good work, Clutch!

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