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Forever 21 Stores in India Look Exactly like Forever 21s in the USA

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Fast fashion retailer Forever 21 is on the international warpath, with plans on invading the UK later this year and its new entree into India. But wait, aren't a whole bunch of Forever 21 clothes made in India? How does that work—selling American-branded clothing back to the country from whence they came? Well, apparently. According to WWD: "The latest is Forever 21, which opened its first store in India at the Ambience Mall here late last month, with a long line of customers waiting outside, impatient for the doors to be thrown open."
· Fast fashion flocks to India [WWD]