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Usai For Civilians

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Uniform Srl has been an Italian uniform manufacturer for over 40 years. The company announced today that it has developed a non-uniform line for the RTW market called Usai. The men's and women's outerwear collection will hit stores this fall, with non-outerwear separates following next spring. The fall collection has already been bought Stateside by Stanley Korshak, Tootsie's, Jimmy's, and Susan of Burlingame. Usai is an acronym for "United Soldiers and Industries." Prices peg the collection solidly in the luxury sector, with pieces ranging from $900 to $2,000. [WWD]