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Lauretta Roberts

Less is more for women’s indies

Now that’s interesting. Independents have gained market share in womenswear against the multiples. According to exclusive figures given to Drapers by retail research firm TNS Worldpanel, independents now command 7.5% of the womenswear market, up from 6.7% this time last year (see page 10 for details).