HONG KONG: Dickson Concepts to lose Polo, Ralph Lauren license
By just-style.com | 16 February 2009
Luxury retailer Dickson Concepts (International) is to lose the license to sell "Polo" and "Ralph Lauren" branded products from 1 January 2010, it said on Friday (13 February).
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