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Leonie Barrie | 18 October 2004

What do you do if you’re in a store and unsure from the label whether or not a garment is your size? Well, other than try it on I guess, you’d ask the assistant. But a true ‘fashionista’, apparently, would simply consult his or her Nokia 7260 Phone with its in-built clothing and shoe size converter. I bet you didn’t know you needed one!


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