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  2. Christian Louboutin - Wikipedia

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    Christian Louboutin (French: [kʁistjɑ̃ lubutɛ̃]; born 7 January 1963) is a French fashion designer whose high-end stiletto footwear incorporates shiny, red-lacquered soles that have become his signature.

  3. Plus-size clothing - Wikipedia

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    Walmart also offers a limited but inexpensive plus-size apparel line. The department stores J. C. Penney, Kohl's and Macy's also offer plus-size apparel. Torrid (Hot Topic) is a retailer geared toward plus-size young adults. International online retailers, such as Simply Be (N Brown) from the UK have started marketing in the United States. Part ...

  4. American Apparel - Wikipedia

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    American Apparel Inc. is an online-only retailer and former brick-and-mortar stores operator based in Los Angeles, California. Founded by Canadian businessman Dov Charney in 1989, it was a vertically integrated company that ranked as one of the largest apparel manufacturers and marketers in North America .

  5. Christian head covering - Wikipedia

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    Christian head covering, also known as Christian veiling, is the traditional practice of women covering their head in a variety of Christian denominations.Some Christian women, based on historic Oriental Orthodox, Eastern Orthodox, Roman Catholic, Lutheran, Moravian, Reformed, Anglican, Methodist, Baptist and Plymouth Brethren teaching, wear the head covering in public worship and during ...

  6. Bellevue Square - Wikipedia

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    Bellevue Square was first opened on August 20, 1946, trading under the name "Bellevue Shopping Square", with the first suburban department store opened by Marshall Field & Co. through its Seattle-based subsidiary, Frederick & Nelson. With the mall's name shortened to Bellevue Square a few years later, JCPenney opened a store in 1955.

  7. Islamic clothing - Wikipedia

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    Islamic clothing requirements are governed by Islamic precepts related to chastity and modesty, known as haya, that apply to both men and women.Adherents of Islam believe that it is the religious duty of adult Muslim men and women to dress modestly, as an obligatory ruling agreed upon by community consensus.

  8. Loewe (fashion brand) - Wikipedia

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    In 1983 Loewe opened its first American store in New York, a three-story shop at the Trump Tower in 1983; it closed 1993. Today, the company has three stores in the US, located in Miami's Design District (since 2016), [14] [24] at the Wynn Hotel in Las Vegas (since 2018) and in New York (since 2019).

  9. Textile industry in Bangladesh - Wikipedia

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    Bangladesh was the sixth largest exporter of apparel in the world after China, the EU, Hong Kong, Turkey and India in 2006. [citation needed] In 2006 Bangladesh's share in the world apparel exports was 2.8%. The US was the largest single market with US$3.23 billion in exports, a 30% share in 2007.