just-style management briefing: International sizing standards expand
By Karryn Miller | 1 September 2011
While the goal for many clothing manufacturers and brands is to gain an international presence, there is a key risk associated with selling the same designs in different global markets - the more far and wide that clothing designs go, the more shapes and sizes they must come in.
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