INSIGHT: John Lewis plans major fashion push
By Leonie Barrie | 14 September 2009
Department store retailer John Lewis is making a renewed push into the fashion market with a number of new initiatives designed to boost its online fashion sales as well as in its stores, where a focus on upmarket labels is planned.
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