US: M&S unveils first fashion facelift
By Leonie Barrie | 13 September 2011
Marks & Spencer today (13 September) unveiled the first revamp of its clothing departments as part of long-awaited plans by chief executive Marc Bolland to overhaul the retailer's fashion brands and make it easier for customers to shop in its stores.
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