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Amazon Canada unveils new store for clothing & shoes
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Jun '15
The world’s biggest online retailer Amazon said its Canada website, Amazon.ca is making it easy for customers to find the perfect outfit with the launch of the new clothing and shoes online store.

Featuring more than 1.5 million items, Amazon.ca offers a wide selection, from heritage brands like Levi's and Dockers to contemporary fashion brands like 7 For All Mankind, True Religion and Vince Camuto.

“We remain committed to expanding our selection and making the shopping experience easy and convenient for our customers,” said Alexandre Gagnon, country manager for Amazon.ca.

"Now, Amazon.ca shoppers will find a huge selection of clothing and shoes and can discover the perfect outfit with accessories in one stop,” he added.

The new Amazon.ca clothing and shoes store features’ women's clothing and accessories from new and established brands including 7 For All Mankind, French Connection, Joe's Jeans, Vince Camuto and more.

The women's clothing selection houses classic and on-trend options such as popular denim options, women's dresses, office-ready looks, everyday tees and other wardrobe essentials.

In the men's clothing department, it has showcased casual t-shirts and dark denim, sport coats and dress pants, workout wear and more.

The new store features brands such as Nautica, Puma, Dockers, Levi's, Dickies, True Religion and many other brands.

The new shoes category features men's, women's and children's footwear, including sandals, loafers, athletic shoes, pumps and heels, boots, etc from brands like Merrell, Crocs, Puma, Nine West and Timberland.

“Our experts create trend lists so customers can shop based on hot trends and shoppers will also find useful shopping tools including detailed product pages, as well as editorial and customer reviews,” it too added. (AR)

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