Feeling the Heat

Ryan, Thomas J.
January 2005
SGB;Jan2005, Vol. 38 Issue 1, p56
Trade Publication
Discusses the development and demand for licensed outerwear. Reason for the improved performance of the outerwear category in licensing; Challenges facing the licensed outerwear sector; Issue in merchandising; Features of several licensed outerwear.


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