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  • Instagram has introduced shoppable tags
  • Instagram has introduced shoppable tags
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Instagram has introduced shoppable tags

With so many fashion labels having a presence on Instagram – by 2017, over 70% of brands will be on the platform – it's the perfect source for sartorial inspiration. And it is now making it easier to shop on social media, removing the need to interrupt your scrolling with a browser window.

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