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Amazon launches fashion store in Spain with 2,000 brands
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Amazon.es, the Spanish website of Amazon, has launched its new fashion store that offers over 2,000 different brands like Scotch & Soda, DKNY, Desigual, Dockers, Lacoste, Esprit, French Connection, etc. Customers shopping fashion items on Amazon.es can choose from over 70,000 different items of their favourite brands, according to a statement.
 
“Our new clothing store brings together the biggest brands and Amazon.es makes the perfect online store for fashion lovers. Our clients will find a wide selection of international brands like Levi’s, 7 For All Mankind or Roxy, among others. Our shelves are limitless and therefore we can offer a wide range of styles and sizes,” says Sergio Bucher, vice president of Fashion at Amazon EU. “We are working hard to continue adding new items and brands for our customers in the coming months,” he adds.
 
The new store offers clothing of all sizes, ages and styles and customers would be able to find what they want quickly by filtering on the basis of seasonal clothes and accessories, sizes, etc.
 
In its catalogue, Amazon.es offers over 4,000 different shirts and an equal or more number of dresses or jumpers. The new category also has a special shop for swimwear and beachwear, which includes a section devoted to items of lingerie. The store also includes clothing for children and baby and maternity clothes.
 
Until now, Amazon.es offered footwear, accessories, watches and jewelry, and with the addition of clothing, the total number of products offered through the online store now exceeds 41 million, according to François Nuyts, country manager of Amazon Spain.
 

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