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  • Luxury fashion bets big on menswear
  • Luxury fashion bets big on menswear
    Coach (2015) ©
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Luxury fashion bets big on menswear

From the high street to haute couture, womenswear dominates fashion. But the past few years have seen growth in men’s fashion outperform women’s. In response, an increasing number of luxury brands are expanding their men's offering to make the most of this growing opportunity.

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