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  • Ministry of Supply provides on the spot customization
  • Ministry of Supply provides on the spot customization
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Ministry of Supply provides on the spot customization

US clothier Ministry of Supply has teamed up with MIT to provide on the spot customization and size adjustments while you wait. The move comes as shoppers increasingly want a personalised service coupled with bricks and mortar stores looking to stay ahead of the competition.

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