SAN FRANCISCO, United States — Google Inc began testing a same-day delivery service with retailers in recent weeks, the latest move into Amazon.com Inc's e-commerce turf by the world's largest Internet search company. Google Shopping Express helps local retail stores sell products online and have the items delivered to shoppers the same day, according to a person familiar with the test.
Topshop has teamed up with technology giant Google to stage a realtime, all-access consumer extravaganza around the live stream of its Topshop Unique show to be presented as part of London Fashion Week this Sunday.
Poland: luxury’s next promised land (FT) “Euromonitor has a report out, and this one’s a doozy: it says Poland is the world’s fourth fastest growing luxury market… ‘Between 2005 and 2010, the [Polish] luxury goods market grew by 50 per cent in real terms, [while] China achieved real growth of 59 per cent over the same period.’” Hannah MacGibbon staying at Chloé (Telegraph) “The gossip mill would
Amble with Louis Vuitton video preview | Source: Louis Vuitton PARIS, France — “As I think about Google’s strategic initiatives in 2011, I realize they’re all about mobile,” wrote the internet giant’s chief executive Eric Schmidt in a recent post on the Harvard Business Review blog. “We are at the point where, between the geolocation capability of the phone and the power of the phone’s browser platform, it is possible to deliver
Mr Porter to Test Men’s Urge to Shop Online (WSJ) “The debut of Mr Porter, the biggest ever launch of a men’s luxury-goods website, will be closely watched by the fashion industry to see whether there are enough active male shoppers to support a fashion site… ‘We know there’s a demand for this,’ says Net-a-Porter founder Natalie Massenet, ‘I don’t think shopping right now really