Size matters for apparel brands
By just-style.com | 20 March 2006
Are brands are becoming increasingly irrelevant in much of today's clothing industry? Mike Flanagan points out that in the super-club of the world's largest apparel companies, there's no longer a single branded supplier. These days, he says, it's the retailers that matter.
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