DailyLook Elite

DailyLook Elite

The Los Angeles Business Journal brings you a weekly roundup of L.A. launches.

Honest Co.: Santa Monica eco-friendly, home-product maker Honest Co. has launched an all new line of feeding products available on its website and at retail stores nationwide. The nine items include a natural feeding baby bottle, certified organic premium infant formula and a nursing pillow.

DailyLook: Los Angeles e-commerce company DailyLook is now offering a new service called DailyLook Elite, which allows customers to select a box of hand-picked items from a personal stylist, to be delivered. For $20 a month, users will receive a curated collection of new fashion items selected by a team of stylists based on their personal taste. They pay for what they keep and return the rest. Return shipping is included in the price, but the $20 fee can also be applied toward purchases. The items, from designers such as BB Dakota, For Love & Lemons and Line & Dot, range in price from $50 to $300.

LADOT: Los Angeles Department of Transportation launched a new app called LA Mobile that lets riders buy tickets on their smartphones for LADOT-operated DASH and Commuter Express buses. LA Mobile allows riders to purchase passes and tickets using their iOS or Android smartphones with a credit or debit card. The launch makes LADOT the first transit agency in California to create a system-wide mobile ticketing app.

Foodie Shares: Santa Monica’s Foodie Shares is now in beta launch of a new iOS app that helps chefs cooking from home connect with neighboring foodies seeking their style of cooking, and then allows members to purchase dishes and review them. Users can see ratings for quality, service and value on each chef’s profile, in addition to individual reviews of dishes posted by other members. The app will launch officially on March 5 and an Android version is expected to be released in the fall.

Tech Armor: The Redondo Beach tech accessory maker has released a new line of privacy filter screen protectors in conjunction with Brea’s ViewSonic Corp. The new product has anti-glare coating and prevents anyone outside a 60-degree viewing angle from seeing the content on screen.

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