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  • Amazon will boost its fashion offering
  • Amazon will boost its fashion offering
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Amazon will boost its fashion offering

From smartphones to streaming, e-readers to grocery shopping, Amazon is an increasingly formidable force. And now it's turning to fashion. Opening a 46,000 sq ft photography studio in East London, Amazon is maximising the potential of its apparel offerings.



  • Amazon Prime delivers for AllSaints Amazon Prime delivers for AllSaints

    Seen an AllSaints leather jacket that you just have to have for tomorrow night, but can't get to a store? For the first time since launching the Amazon Prime programme in 2005, the retail giant is offering members free, next-day shipping on purchases they make on AllSaints.com.

  • Article image How can online brands recreate the store in your home?

    The UK is one of the most developed online retail markets in the world, with 82% of internet users regularly shopping online. But how can retailers recreate their brand within your home? And how can amazing service, beautiful packaging, and try-on technology bring an online brand into your bedroom?

  • Amazon set to open a real-world store Amazon set to open a real-world store

    For the first time in its 20 year history, Amazon is planning to open a brick-and-mortar store in New York City. With online shopping continuing to break records, does Amazon's move prove that real-world, physical stores are still important?

  • Article image Amazon Dash: the connected future of shopping?

    With the spread of technology, companies are exploring the ways household chores can be made more bearable. Amazon is appealing to grocery-hating mothers everywhere with Amazon Dash – the kitchen assistant intended to do for the shopping list what Kindle did for the e-book.