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Parker & Pine sells plus-size for men

Plus-size is one of the fashion industry’s fastest-growing sectors; the women’s market in the US was valued at $17.5 billion in 2014. But what about blokes that are a little bigger? Parker & Pine is aiming to create well-fitting, modern clothing for larger men who still want to look good.

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