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Philip Day, the private owner of the Edinburgh Woollen Mill, rescued more than half of the fashion chain Peacocks from collapse.  http://www.theguardian.com/business/2012/feb/24/knight-comfy-cardy-rescue-peacocks  #Philip_day #Philip_day_peacocks

Edinburgh Woollen Mill owner Philip Day talks exclusively to Tiffany Holland about his business and why he bought Peacocks.

Our resident fashionistas have carefully chosen eight popular sweater styles and identified which body types wear them best—V-necks, cowl necks, turtlenecks, crew necks, off-the-shoulder, wraps, belted and ponchos. You’ll be warm and comfy in these hot, new fashions.

What's my body shape? There are 8 female body types. Determine your body shape with our body type calculator and learn how to dress your body shape.

Jeans for Most of America: A detailed guide on buying great, flattering jeans for the plus-sized woman. If you're in the area she can give you a jeans fitting!

The average woman’s size in America is a It’s been a while since I’ve taken a statistics class, but I’m pretty sure that indicates that around half of

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People and rescuers gather after an eight-story building housing several garment factories collapsed in Savar, near Dhaka, Bangladesh, Wednesday, April 2013

Freya Walker: The video shows Primarks response to Rana Plaza disaster. Safety standards wasn't put into place which lead to the collapse of the factory killing 1,132 people. The building contained several factories one of which provided for Primark.

Freya Walker: The video shows Primarks response to Rana Plaza disaster. Safety standards wasn't put into place which lead to the collapse of the factory killing people. The building contained several factories one of which provided for Primark.

Megan: Mary Portas is a big name in retail and she has pioneered bringing manufacture back to the UK. She writes a collumn in sundays supplement for the Daily Telegraph about mystery shopping, and in the Burberry one she was most disappointed that for a British Brand the garments should be made in Britain. In Mary's Bottom line - a Channel 4 3 part series - she attempts to  bring some of the clothing manufacturing industry back to the UK

The Mary Portas effect: Business booms at British knicker factory revived by Queen of Shops

"What have we done for the sake of a few quid?" Amazing doco series from Mary Portas on British manufacturing.

Hilary Alexander- Recently retired Daily Telegraph Fashion Director- Fashion Journalist

Hilary Alexander- Recently retired Daily Telegraph Fashion Director- Fashion Journalist

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Elizabeth Cline tells Terry Gross about how the competitive edge for Bangladesh in the garment manufacturing business is simply its low labor costs: “ There is no other reason why a company would be.

New Zealand’s Ethical Fashion Companies For 2016 Has Been Revealed

After the Rana Plaza collapsed three years ago, there’s been a lot of talk about how we should become ethical shoppers who understand fully,.

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