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Archive for the ‘E-Commerce’ Category

Summer Sale at Lili Blossom Boutique

Thursday, August 12th, 2010

Lili Blossom Boutique – Vancouver’s newest online one-stop shop for natural skin care, is having a Summer Sale. Pay no HST!

Find beautiful products for you, your friends and even their babies. Check it out today:


Help a Hospital

Sunday, April 4th, 2010


Altruism, the 21st century way.

The Cowie and Fox team are proud supporters of Help a Hospital, a charitable organization whose new website is an excellent example of an open-source e-commerce solution to business management. Customized specifically for their needs, Help a Hospital’s site allows partner Hospitals to manage “wish lists” and receive donations more efficiently that ever before.

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Lili Blossom Boutique

Saturday, April 3rd, 2010


Lili Blossom is Vancouver’s newest online natural skin care retailer, and like Cowie and Fox, they love the environment! We love their unique approach to skin care and their efforts to respect the planet by reducing their environmental impact.

So, when they asked us to develop their name, brand strategy, look-and-feel, logo and website the answer was “yes,” naturally.

Visit Lili Blossom website »

Lili Blossom Website Launched

Monday, February 1st, 2010

Just before the New Year, Cowie and Fox launched Lili Blossom, an online beauty retail boutique. You can find the most amazing gifts for others and a little indugence for yourself too! Lili Blossom features a unique variety of products with beautiful scents as well as unscented for sensitive skin. You’ll be able to find something perfect to suit almost anyone you’re shopping for.


One of my favorite lotions is Malie. When you open the bottle it’s like a mini tropical vacation inside, it’s fragrant, but not too strong (i’m one of those people that doesn’t like perfumed products). I was also impressed with how it softens the skin. Definately a must have product!


Retail giant takes its sales online

Wednesday, September 16th, 2009

Mix, match, accessorize! Ricki’s new E-Commerce enabled website allows you to buy that hot new outfit right from the comfort of your own home.

A Canadian clothing giant with over 130 retail locations, Ricki’s is a leader in providing working women with fashion forward clothing at a great price. Not sure what you want? Get great style tips and clothing combinations by clicking your way through the ’10 items 10 ways’ flash feature or the ‘Wear to Work’ section.

Cowie and Fox collaborated with Elastic Path and Bazaar Voice to create an Enterprise Level shopping E-Commerce solution that lets the consumer rate the products they purchase online or in store. Follow reviews by women who have the same body type as you to ensure that you are getting the clothes that fit you best.  Check out to see our latest interactive E-Commerce solution.

Online shopping has never been so easy, or looked so good.


Friday, June 12th, 2009

When you hear Bootlegger, you probably think ‘jeans’ – if you’re thinking ‘hillbilly moonshine in a darkened Chicago alley’ that’s a different bootlegger all together. Seriously though, with 98 stores across the country, Bootlegger has placed itself as Canada’s jean expert. Finding the right pair of jeans isn’t as easy as it sounds. Different brands fit differently, different denim hugs differently, different cuts will make you look different. One size doesn’t fit all. That’s why at Bootlegger, they offer a lot more than just a good jean selection. Sure they carry the brands that you want, but more importantly they can help guide you into the right pair of jeans. They won’t just sell you the brand because it sounds cool because that’s not nice, and the people are at Bootlegger are very nice, knowledgeable people. That’s why they’re called Jean-e-ologists – they’re experts that care, basically loveable scientists of denim.


So if you’re a company that prides itself on being Jean-e-ologists, your website had better live up to expectations. Cowie and Fox has designed and built the Bootlegger brand website for years, and has made sure that the experience was always a reflection of the ideals that the brand lives by. (more…)


Wednesday, June 10th, 2009

Athletic apparel is some of the most comfortable clothing you can wear, yet, it is also some of the most unfashionable clothing you can wear. At some point long, long ago, style and function were decreed incompatible. Somehow, the world has gone on without questioning this for centuries – why do you think the first Olympians raced naked? You just couldn’t wear your running toga in the agora or you’d be laughed at. It was better to run around naked, and then slip on your market-wear when you went into town.


Things didn’t get better over the centuries, especially not for women. You only have to look at a few photos from the birth of the WPGA, and you’ll agree. A man’s argyle sweater-vest thrown in for six hot rinse cycles and a pair of balloon pants isn’t really what you’d call haute couture. Try just thinking back as far as high school, remember girls who played sports? Pretty or not, they weren’t allowed to look good. It was always men’s XL T-shirts and sweatpants with varsity soccer or volleyball plastered across the bum. This is just the way things have always been. Believe it or not, though, fashion and athletics are not as mutually exclusive as we’ve been led to believe. (more…)