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Let Vogue And GQ Dress You Using Amazon’s Echo Look

Let Vogue And GQ Dress You Using Amazon’s Echo Look
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A new feature for the Echo Look's AI stylist will bring users to content from the fashion publications

Catherine Ollinger
  • 9 february 2018

Amazon’s Echo Look now allows users to upload photos from their smartphones and receive style suggestions from Vogue and GQ. Starting February 19, users will find weekly content from these magazines on the home screen of their Echo Look app, which they can click to access the magazines’ sites and links to items available for purchase.

While the publications do receive a cut of the purchases made through the app, Amazon maintains that this is not an affiliate program but simply a collaboration driven by readers demanding high-end style assistance and suggestions.

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