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  • eBay's shoppable Fashion Week hub
  • eBay's shoppable Fashion Week hub
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eBay's shoppable Fashion Week hub

Whether it's shoes, clothes and accessories on a model or the latest living room setup, shoppable images let people visualise how a product will fit their own style and environment, and make a purchase at a click of a mouse. eBay is taking this concept to New York Fashion Week.

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