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Asos secured the number one spot for most website traffic for a fashion e-commerce retailer. The company has been a favorite of celebrities like Elle Fanning and Malia Obama , so it's perhaps no shock that they're a hit with online customers too. Coming in close at number two was H&M, followed by Macy's, Zara, and Russian retailer Wildberries. Forever 21 and Gap also made it into the top 10, as did Urban Outfitters, Zappos, and India-based site Jabong. Take a closer look at the top 25 e-comm retailers below, and see if your favorite go-to online shop made the cut. Hi it's Nicole Richie, and this is my exclusive sneak peak for my capsule collection, for Macy's. [MUSIC] It's really about finding your own inspiration, and finding pieces that speak to you, and applying them to your own wardrobe, to your own lifestyle. And that's what personal style is. I dress for myself and I dress for comfort, and always have. I don't plan what I wear, and i have to be out of the house pretty early in the morning, so I don't really necessarily pick a dress, or a hairstyle or jewelry just until that actual moment, because it really does depend on how you're feeling that day.

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Kim joined Japanese online retailer Rakuten as a new graduate in 2008. His passion at the company's Rakuten Ichiba online mall unit led to an opportunity to launch Rakuten's Indonesia operations. In a country that had not yet embraced online retail and with poor distribution networks and payment systems, this was a huge challenge. "I saw various Southeast Asian entrepreneurs of my generation who are very motivated," he said. "That made me feel that I too want to start my own business." In 2013, while Indonesia was in the middle of a startup boom, Kim quit his Rakuten job in search of "something edgy" and set up his online store providing time-limited offers on branded clothing. Making sure new items were posted every morning helped bring in more an more customers. Then, the business hit a snag. There was a limit to how much high-end brand clothing he could get his hands on and supply could not keep up with demand.  Kim offered an interesting explanation. Indonesia's retail market is worth around $100 billion. Suppose clothing sales make up 10% of the total and 5% of the clothing sales are of brands VIP Plaza is interested in. Assuming that 20% of that 5% becomes leftover stock -- meaning potential merchandise for VIP Plaza -- and 1% of the stock actually goes online for resale, the size of the online market for leftover high-end branded clothing is, at best, only $1 million or so, even in a country of 250 million people, according to his calculations.

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SANA/Handout via REUTERS Damaged buses are pictured at one of the blast sites in Damascus in this handout picture posted on SANA on July 2, 2017, Syria. SANA/Handout via REUTERS People inspect the site of a car bomb blast in Damascus in this handout picture posted on SANA on July 2, 2017, Syria. SANA/Handout via REUTERS A general view shows the damage at one of the blast sites in Damascus in this handout picture posted on SANA on July 2, 2017, Syria. SANA/Handout via REUTERS BEIRUT/DAMASCUS Three car bombs exploded in Damascus on Sunday, state media said, killing at least seven people in the first suicide bombings in the Syrian capital since jihadists attacked in March. A police officer at the scene of one of the blasts put the death toll there at seven with 13 more people wounded. The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, a UK-based organization that reports on the war, said 21 people had been killed. The security forces prevented the militants from reaching their targets which would have led to more deaths, officials told state TV, saying the bombers had aimed to hit busy areas on the first day back to work after the Eid al-Fitr holiday. There was no immediate claim of responsibility. Damascus was hit by two separate, multiple suicide bomb attacks in March, one of them claimed by Islamic State and the other by the Islamist insurgent alliance Tahrir al-Sham. Damascus has enjoyed relative security in recent years even as the six-year-long civil war has raged on in nearby areas. The casualties in Sunday's attack occurred when one of bombers set off his device after being encircled near the Old City district of Bab Touma.