just-style management briefing: The unusual and unpredictable on just-style in 2011
By MJ Deschamps | 19 December 2011
From fabrics that moisturise and kill bacteria to bizarre weather and media scandals, the global style sector in 2011 certainly had its share of unusual news and unpredictable developments.
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