UK: Men’s plus-size market fastest growing clothing sector
By just-style.com | 8 December 2006
In contrast to the current gloomy outlook on the high street, the men's plus-size clothing market (waist size 37" and above) is the fastest growing clothing sector in the UK according to new research.
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