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The dramatic shake-up of brands, the deceleration of the Chinese and Russian fashion market (with the latter’s Fashion Council being forced to cancel its ‘guest nation’ project at Pitti Uomo this January) and crash and burn among designers and brands in 2014 (leading well into 2015) was largely unprecedented, but it’s what defined the year for the global fashion industry, recaps Neha Ganeriwal. The year 2014 saw womenswear revolving...


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