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The biggest name in e-commerce is about to make a big push for your vanity counter, according to a report in today’s issue of WWD.
Amazon may be a one-stop shop for cheap books, everyday gadgets, and video games, but Amazon Fashion has also been a burgeoning marketplace. So, to mark the first step in a new monobrand e-tailing venture, Amazon has debuted an online store today dedicated to Derek Lam‘s 10 Crosby line.
This year’s Met Gala just got a lot more inclusive. According to one of the best press releases we received in a while, red carpet arrivals will be live-streamed for two glorious hours on the Metropolitan Museum website, Vogue.com, and Amazon.
We’re big online shoppers (drunk or not), so we know a thing or two about e-commerce customer service. For one: Amazon is great.
Just a couple weeks ago, Amazon launched MyHabit.com, a new members-only fashion shopping site in what is presumably a smart attempt at taking over some of Gilt Groupe‘s $500 million market. The site is celebrating their launch tonight with a party co-hosted by CFDA executive director Steven Kolb and a special performance by Jenny Lewis (of Rilo Kiley fame) — but we hear that the site also recently tapped stylist (and, yes, sometime Styleite contributor) Mary Alice Stephenson to be their ambassador of sorts.
Not content to watch its competitors make fashion happen online, Amazon has launched a new members-only fashion website. Problem is, we’re not members, so we don’t know that much about it. But allegedly, the site, called MyHabit, aims to save its members 60 percent on clothing.