It’s no secret that we love Amazon Fashion. From spring outfit ideas to great workout leggings, it never lets us down. But we typically associate it with cheap finds that we can brag to our friends about, not designer fashion. Anyone else? Well, that’s about to change, because Amazon Fashion just debuted a partnership with Vogue and the Council of Fashion Designers of America (CFDA) called “Common Threads: Vogue x Amazon Fashion.”
The digital storefront was designed to help support small and medium sized fashion businesses that have been affected by COVID-19, which is a mission we can definitely get behind. It features 20 collections from designers including Tanya Taylor, Derek Lam and Edie Parker, and even highlights some Vogue editors’ picks, if that's more your thing. In addition to setting up the shop, Amazon also donated $500,000 to A Common Thread, which will go towards micro-grants for brands impacted by the pandemic.
And perhaps the best part of this partnership (besides helping American designers, of course)? Most of the pieces are available for Prime shipping, so they’ll arrive on your doorstep in just two days along with your toothpaste and moisturizer.
We currently have our eye this Derek Lam dress and Tabatha Simmons sandal combo that is practically begging to be worn to a socially-distanced backyard BBQ. We’re swooning over this Tanya Taylor skirt too. But if we had to pick just one item from the selection (which thankfully, we don’t), it’d be this pair of Chloe Gosselin mules.
If you need us, we’ll be filling our cart.