Amazon.co.uk is one of the biggest sites where you can actually buy almost everything. They have a wide range of book collections, household items and other stuff which you can order and delivered at your doorstep.
And they are going to expand their horizons to having their own bridal collections. This collection would be released this year and they would be having their first appearance at the National Wedding Show next month.
The online retail giant made a push into the designer jewellery market in 2013, creating a Best of British section online and welcoming a number of designers to its books including OAK, Mawi, Fiona Paxton and Nicholas King.
At its Summer Wishlist press day in London yesterday the company’s head of vendor management for jewellery and watches, Julian Exposito-Bader, told Professional Jeweller that Amazon UK will this year focus on building awareness of its bridal lines and expanding its men’s collection.
Amazon will go offline to showcase a range of bridal jewellery, including wedding bands and engagement rings, at next month’s National Wedding Show at the NEC in Birmingham. Exposito-Bader said the range on show will include entry-level price points through to high-end diamond jewellery, alongside branded pearl collections from Jersey Pearl.
The company will relaunch a new store front online for its bridal collections, also will focus on increasing its bridal offer having found some gaps in terms of 18ct gold and platinum collections. At present its offer includes designs by F. Hinds and Vashi alongside unbranded goods.
Amazon also used its Summer Wishlist event to unveil its first men’s jewellery collection, something it will focus on in 2014. The retailer has introduced cufflinks and jewellery from Tateossian, Kasun London, Babette Wasserman and Gina Stewart Cox, with Alice Made This set to be introduced in the
Amazon also showcased a number of new fashion and fine jewellery collections for SS14 at the Summer Wishlist event, with new collections from AS29, Gurhan, Violet
Darkling, Lucy Q, Iosselliani, Sarah Angold, M.C.L. and Sydney Evan, amongst others.