Moods Of Norway Storms SoHo

September 2012
WWD: Women's Wear Daily;9/6/2012, Vol. 204 Issue 49, p6b
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the clothing industry and fashion merchandising company Moods of Norway. The company's September 2012 opening of a retail store in the Soho neighborhood of Manhattan, New York City is examined. A forecast that the firm will have sales of $60 million in 2012 is offered. Company co-founder Peder Børresen states that clothing designed in Norway should be successful in the New York market.


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