GERMANY: Takko Fashion works to improve size and fit
By Leonie Barrie | 7 November 2012
Fashion mannequins based on the results of an extensive SizeGermany national sizing survey are being used by value clothing retailer Takko Fashion to improve the size and fit of its apparel.
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