Retail Roundup—Lulus raises $120M; BJ's rolls out mobile deli orders

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BJ's is offering order-ahead deli service. (Wikimedia Commons/Ahrbear)

Lulus raises $120M

Fast-fashion online retailer Lulus has raised $120 million. Geared towards millennials, the brand will get its latest help from venture capital firm IVP and the Canada Pension Plan Investment firm in order to expand Lulus' data-driven efforts. (Forbes)

Walmart begins sales of Lord & Taylor items

Walmart is set to start selling Lord & Taylor products in the next few weeks as part of a recently revealed partnership. More than 125 Lord & Taylor brands will be available on the big-box retailer's website with the tag "Premium Brands from Lord & Taylor," across the product page. (USA Today)

BJ's introduces mobile deli ordering

BJ's Wholesale Club has expanded its pilot of mobile deli ordering to all of its Massachusetts and Rhode Island locations. Customers can now place and track a deli order through the BJ's app and all orders will be ready within 20 minutes. (PR Newswire)

Google applies image recognition 

Google's Style Match uses image recognition to find products. The technology uses Google Lens, which allows users to take a photo of a home decor or fashion item and find other products like it. (Racked)