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  • Denim sales grow as people embrace nostalgia
  • Denim sales grow as people embrace nostalgia
    Andrew Neel (2017) ©
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Denim sales grow as people embrace nostalgia

As athleisure engulfs the fashion world in its stride, denim has somewhat been on the seat of its pants. But in 2017 denim is making a comeback, with the market experiencing its largest growth in three years, with young shoppers' love for nostalgia fuelling denim's growth.

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