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Netflix Launches Online Shop for ‘Exclusive’ Show-Themed Apparel

Netflix Launches Online Shop for‘Exclusive’ Show-Themed Apparel.On June 10, Netflix announced the launch of anew online shop based on its most popular shows. .The store, which is already available in the United States,will sell apparel, merchandise and collectibles. .Products offered will be “exclusive limited editions,”according to Netflix’s VP of Consumer Products, Josh Simon. .Netflix.shop will drop exclusive limitededitions of carefully selected high-qualityapparel and lifestyle products tied to ourshows and brand on a regular basis, Josh Simon, via ‘Complex’.Simon also revealed that the first items to debuton the site this month will include streetwear and actionfigures inspired by ‘Yasuke,’ ‘Eden’ and ‘Lupin.’.It was also said that exclusive products from ‘The Witcher’ and ‘Stranger Things’ are on the horizon. .It was also said that exclusive products from ‘The Witcher’ and ‘Stranger Things’ are on the horizon. .[K]eep an eye out for exclusive products frombeloved titles like ‘The Witcher’ and ‘StrangerThings,’ as well

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“MUSUBI KILN” Opened as Online Shop and Media Portal: New World Where Traditional Japanese Tableware Is Infused into Global Dining Experience of Customers | News

TOKYO, June 15, 2021 /PRNewswire/ — Musubi Lab LLC has opened “MUSUBI KILN,” an online shop and media portal which opens up a new dining experience for overseas customers by introducing traditional Japanese tableware and food culture. Not only does it make accessible to traditional tableware from all over Japan, but it also contains helpful information, ranging from tips of incorporating traditional Japanese tableware into a global dining experience to the stories of in-depth look at craftsmen and their art.

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MUSUBI KILN, opened on June 1, introduces beautiful tableware such as brightly and vibrantly colored Kutani ware, Yamanaka lacquerware with beautiful wood grain, and Tobe ware which features a bold arabesque pattern by curated selection in conjunction with ways to appreciate them.

Traditional tableware is a combination of the best craftsmanship which has been passed down for generations, a design which incorporates the modern sensibility,

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Netflix shop opens with clothing, toys, and “blood spattered” jewelry

Netflix opened their first online shop this week, powered by Shopify. They’ve teamed up with a few radical designers to release their first bits of clothing, all with inspiration from some of Netflix’s own IP. Shows like Yasuke and Eden lead the way, with collaboration and production power from the streetwear brand Hypland as well as clothing and product maker EDEN.

Below you’ll see a video showing Hypland creator Jordan Bentley describing his love for anime, creating clothing, and creating a massively successful streetwear brand. He describes how this collaboration came about, and shows what the shop will deliver in its first release wave.

The first set of items to hit the Netflix shop from Hypland were designed by designer Kristopher Kites. You’ll find a Yasuke Marine Link Necklace, a Yasuke Cuban Link Necklace, and a Yasuke Yori (Armor) collectable in the mix. The armor is one of several items

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Sales at Zara owner jump beyond pre-pandemic levels after online shopping surge

The owner of fashion brand Zara has said its latest sales are ahead of pre-pandemic levels after benefiting from a surge in online shopping.



a group of people standing in front of a store: Zara owner Inditex said sales have recovered beyond pre-pandemic levels (Yui Mok/PA)


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Zara owner Inditex said sales have recovered beyond pre-pandemic levels (Yui Mok/PA)

Spanish retail group Inditex, which also owns the Bershka and Pull & Bear brands, said sales between May 1 and June 6 were more than double the same period last year and 5% ahead of the same period in 2019.

It came as the company said it posted a net profit of 421 million euros (£361.9 million) for the quarter to April, surpassing analyst expectations.

However, the profit was still around a third below the levels it saw a year ago.

Meanwhile, revenues for the quarter were 48% higher than the same period in 2020 at 4.9 billion euros (£4.2 billion) but were still significantly below pre-pandemic levels.

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