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Leon Bailey-Green

Talking Business: Asos shouldn't have apologised for 'slave' T-shirt

This is a message to retailers: get a backbone. Especially when dealing with people who take it upon themselves to decide what products are morally right or wrong for sale, writes Leon Bailey-Green, founder of men’s industry network Dandy Clash.