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Is Amazon Starting a Plus-Size Brand?

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Are the tides finally turning? Racked has near obsessively covered the lack of inclusive stores and brands, wondering when it will be easier — possible, even — for women of all sizes to shop in one store. Brick and mortar? Sorry, no news to report. But if the internet’s the new mall and Amazon is the anchor, there might be some good news on the digital horizon.

According a job listing on the site, it looks like the Seattle-based mega-retailer could be launching its own plus-size label. Over the past year, Amazon’s quietly rolled out private label collections specializing in everything from children’s clothing to men’s shoes (bras are on deck). And next up might — should be! — the highly lucrative, often neglected plus-size market.

The job description is for a senior brand manager of plus-size fashion and calls for a candidate who can “lead the product and merchandising strategy for one or more brands within Softlines Private Label.” (Three of Amazon’s current brands — Society New York, Lark & Ro, and James & Erin — currently offer select pieces in plus-sizes.)

Getting more aggressive when it comes to plus-size would be a savvy move for any retailer. The $20 billion market, while rich with shoppers — 65 percent of American women are a size 14 and up — is a category that brands and investors alike tend to overlook. If Amazon is in fact launching a plus-size-only collection, it’s likely thanks to its data-driven approach, where the company analyzes what shoppers are buying on its site from other brands and uses that to inform the categories in which it launches private labels.

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When you’re watching your favorite TV show — be it This Is Us or The Bachelorette or Downton Abbey — you’re probably focusing primarily on the on-screen drama. But along the way, you’ve likely also fallen hard for Rebecca’s perfect ‘70s boots, Rachel Lindsay’s date-night dress, or, well, every single thing Lady Mary wears. So where can you buy them?

Well, we went straight to the source and asked the fabulous, talented, and brilliant costume designers behind these series — and many more — for their tips on shopping the cities where they shoot. And from Atlanta (where Kimberly Adams sources vintage for the cast of Stranger Things) to Vancouver (where Rebekka Sørensen-Kjelstrup outfits the students of Riverdale), there are tons of treasures to be found.

Read on to learn how to cop the shopping habits of the people who dress your favorite TV characters — and perhaps plan your next retail-oriented vacation.

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