Condé Nast celebrates Fashion Week with gaming app

Fashionistas will love Condé Nast's new iPhone and iPad app.

Set in the hostile world of modeling, where the runway competition never slows down, this new app asks the player to take an avatar to the top of the fashion industry.

Being on time, posing, walking the runway, styling yourself...every little detail matters and any mistake can lead you to become a "Fashion Hazard." Successful models will access four fashion capitals, being awarded a growing number of prizes.

The game offers a great choice of 3D characters, each of them having a different personal story to tell -- including Rob, a male model from Saint Louis with a passion for aphrodisiacs...

You can also buy bonus points to increase your photogenic potential, get energy drinks or super stilettos and heighten your character's abilities.

Fashion Hazard is already available for 99 cents on the iTunes App Store.

Download Fashion Hazard: itunes.apple.com/us/app/fashion-hazard/id528597834?ls=1&mt=8

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