Are you concerned about your outlook or are passionate about clothing? Then, just relax! Very soon Amazon is launching its own private-label clothing brand to make you Mr. Perfect. According to (WWD) which is known as a fashion news site, Amazon is very close to launching its own private-label clothing brand.
On the report it explained that while making Amazon’s private label fashion team, recently it has been hiring some individuals through ramping, and about a significant position Amazon is hunting for, which it defines as “an entrepreneurial, analytical, and highly motivated [senior] sourcing manager to join our team to launch new high-quality products for our global customers.”
“They will be an expert at selecting factories across the globe that can reliably deliver products on spec at high quality levels and targeted costs,” the job description said.
Another WWD report informed that Amazon has likewise been gathering up online fashion stores, like ShopBop, MyHabit, and EastDane. Last year, Amazon sponsored the New York Men’s Fashion Week for the first time.
Furthermore, Amazon illustrated its fashion aspiration in somewhat more detail on the Senior Software engineer position, saying “When you think of buying new clothing, shoes, watches and jewelry, do you think of Amazon? Not yet? Well, we are going to change that.”
On the other hand, it is not the first news about own fashion business, it has been whispering for a long time, even Buzzfeed reported last year that Amazon may get into the private-label fashion business, quoting Amazon Fashion’s VP of clothing Jeff Yurcisin.
Moreover, Amazon’s own label fashion product may be for exclusive markets, as its Chief Marketing officer Jennie Perry hinted previous year when he was invited in an interview with Business of Fashion where he told that “entering the luxury market is not something it’s interested in, as it’s more focused on developing an experience for our large customer base.”
Regardless, Amazon’s aggregate offer of the US attire business sector is relied upon to bounce from 5% of the aggregate in 2014 to 14% by 2020, making it the biggest residential clothing retailer, supplanting the present pioneer, Macy’s.