Dec 1, 2018

Bewear – Lookbook Style eCommerce Magento Theme

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Bewear is uber clean and modern eCommerce Magento Theme With Lookbook / Collection style to inspire your customers with your products, is an extremely powerful and flexible premium magento theme with responsive and retina ready design. It is built on Bootstrap 1170px Grid, and it has Retina Ready Icons. It has been designed pixel perfect and meets the latest trend web experience. This theme is perfect and comes with lots of amazing features such as: ajax price slider, custom grid modes, revolution shooting, quick installation package and etc. Just check the features list below.

The idea – sometimes the client does not know what he wants to expect him to change a little on his wardrobe – therefore, these projects are focused on Lookbook / Collection style to inspire the client and stimulate his imagination.

Our solution – We offer you 2 different lookbook styles, fully designed in detail and in need of these types of subpages. You can also add great pictures of looking to category headline pages and invite the client to blog pages where he can take more inspiration – all to make the client stay on your website and enjoy the time.


Compatibility: Magento Community Edition 1.7.x.x (,,,,,,, 1.9.1


First of all, thank you so much for buying our goods. We were really appreciated it and hope you enjoy it! If you need support, all support will be implemented through our support system ( ). We will usually return to you within 24 hours. (except holiday seasons which may take longer).


* Version 1.2 released June 6, 2015
- Magento 1.9.1 Ready!
- Extensions Color and size
- Create Page Categories Store
* Version 1.1 released May 30, 2015
- Opportunity "menu blog"
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* Version 1.0 released May 16, 2015
- First release 


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Jaeho Park completed a Master in Fine Arts at the Hongik University in 1999, followed by a Master in Photographic Studies at the University of Westminster in 2012. After working for many years as a university professor, designer and curator in South Korea.

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