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Inclusion and inspiration: What women actually want
US womenswear brand offers the largest commercial available size range in the world. Image: Supplied

Inclusion and inspiration: What women actually want

The way we buy clothes has been changing. Traffic has been shifting from physical retail, to e-commerce, to social media – seeing clothes on real women. Each of these platforms has its own benefits and draw...
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