JAPAN: Aeon to revamp clothing brands - report
Supermarket retailer Aeon will overhaul its selection of in-house clothing brands, according to a report by Asahi Shimbun.
Aeon will reportedly launch six new clothing brands and overhaul existing brands, as well as starting to design and make its own clothing range.
The company is also said to be aiming to crack into specific consumer segments by upping the amount of display space allocated to each brand.
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