Blog: Primark launches online at Asos
Katie Smith | 3 June 2013
Skinny joggers, skater dresses and printed T-shirts are now available online
UK value fashion retailer Primark has today (3 June) stepped into the world of e-commerce by launching its products at online clothing firm Asos.
Skinny joggers, skater dresses and printed T-shirts are among some of the items that are now available to buy online for the first time.
"As an online fashion destination, Asos delivers an edit of the brands and product that are relevant to its twenty-something target market. Primark is part of that mix. As such, a small selection of Primark's most fashion-led pieces are available on Asos from today," Asos said.
The move comes after Asos posted another half of strong profit and sales growth in April, while Primark recorded an "exceptionally strong" first-half performance, with sales growing 24% and like-for-like sales rising 7%.
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