Amazon opens its first physical clothing store in the United States

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SAN FRANCISCO: Amazon opened its first physical apparel retail store in the United States, as the e-commerce giant announced in March the closure of more than 60 of its retail stores, including Amazon Books.

Now open to the public,’Amazon Style‘provides customers with a personalized and convenient shopping experience while creating local jobs, the company said.

“Amazon is thrilled to welcome Los Angeles-area customers to shop at Amazon Style, our first-ever physical clothing store, and introduce the local community to some of the employees who have made it all possible.” , he said in a statement. Wednesday.

Each garment features a QR code that customers can scan to curate a list of garments they would like to try on in a fitting room or pick up for purchase.

Buyers can also choose clothes on Amazon.co.ukhave them delivered to the store to try them on, and return them if they don’t fit.

Open from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. most days, the clothing store adds to Amazon’s lineup of physical locations, alongside Whole Foods and its cashier-less stores. Amazon Go and Amazon fees grocery stores.

The company said “Amazon Style” is designed to help customers with advanced technology and world-class operations.

“Our team of employees is dedicated to helping customers find looks they love and feel good in,” he said.

Amazon realier announced the closure of retail stores in the United States and United Kingdom.

The retail giant said it was closing more than 60 bookstores, Amazon Pop-Ups and “Amazon 4 Star” stores.

The e-commerce giant said it now plans to focus on opening more fashion and grocery stores.

As a reminder, Amazon launched its first brick-and-mortar bookstore in Seattle in 2015, then expanded its brick-and-mortar stores across the United States and overseas.

The company’s retail footprint has expanded with the $13.7 billion Whole Foods expansion in 2017, as well as its own Amazon Fresh grocery stores.

Amazon has also been working on “Just Walk Out” cashierless shopping technology at Amazon Go convenience stores.

In the fourth quarter of 2021, the company said its brick-and-mortar retail business generated $4.68 billion, compared to $4.02 billion in the year-ago quarter.

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