Clothes show stays at Emap

February 2000
Marketing Event;Feb2000, p10
Reports that Emap Fashion will organize a clothes show for Premier Childrenswear. Remarks from Bryan Green, chief executive of the National Childrens Wear Association; Role of Emap in uniting all sectors of the fashion industry.


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