Size and the Fashion Industry

| 18 August 2010
The issue of size in the fashion industry.

Clothing size doesn’t matter

Katie Hinderer | 18 June 2010
For women, and less so for men, the size printed on the tag in the clothing item they are wearing or trying on is of utmost important.
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