Microsoft bring high fashion to Windows phones

Isaac Mizrahi, whose projects include designing women's fashions and household wares for retailer Target Corp., is one of several well-known fashion and product designers working to create a new look and feel for Windows phones that will begin shipping in the second half this year, said Aaron Woodman, director of consumer experience for Microsoft communications.  […]
Isaac Mizrahi, whose projects include designing women's fashions and household wares for retailer Target Corp., is one of several well-known fashion and product designers working to create a new look and feel for Windows phones that will begin shipping in the second half this year, said Aaron Woodman, director of consumer experience for Microsoft communications.  The designers are working to improve the background wallpaper, color schemes, and the look of scroll bars and other elements in the Windows Mobile interface, Woodman said. The goal is to let users personalize their phones, he added.

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