FINLAND: NP Collection launches ‘intelligent’ clothes store
By just-style.com | 14 November 2008
Finnish apparel company NP Collection has opened an "intelligent clothing" store in Hollola, Finland which uses RFID tags to help customers choose matching items and put individual looks together.
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