From Facetime to fashion sites to Instagram fever, our lives are increasingly lived on screen.<br/> Here is my tech-attraction:

There are many good points about Yoox. First, there is lots I want to buy, and second, this is a site where one can happily while away the hours, browsing the editorial contant with profiles on style leaders such as Giovanna Battaglia, Julia Sarr-Jamois and Tabitha Simmons. Back to the shopping. Sign up to Myoox and click on Dream Box, where you are invited to make a wish list of up to 50 favourite items, track availability and speed along the shopping process. 


FOMO (fear of missing out)- not a new phenomenon but certainly one currently being revised and furiously fed by Instagram; a modern rendering of an old art-namely showing off. No, I don't envy holidays, or famous friends, or fabulous parties, but I do suffer serious FOMO when it comes to fashion. With so much choice, what if there is a better piece around the corner?  Lyst is a search engine that sifts, under your direction, through 250-plus designers and stores online, from Barneys in New York to Browns Boutique in London. 

Farfetch is an edit of more than 300 independent boutiques from far-flung corners of the globe gathered on one curated site. The joy of landing somewhere and finding one's bearings, gathering tips and secrets-the Miami waitress who recommends her favorite vintage store, the grandmother in a St. Tropez post office who draws me a map to the best market in the hills-real life adventures.