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  • Barneys pushes 'Made in New York' label
  • Barneys pushes 'Made in New York' label
    Jim Pennucci (2012) ©

Barneys pushes 'Made in New York' label

Few of the clothes New Yorkers wear are actually made in New York, and for department store Barneys, that’s an opportunity. It's now getting behind the city’s push to redevelop local manufacturing with a new capsule collection boasting its 'Made in New York' credentials.



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