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    Clothing Sizes
    Men's Shirt Collar
    Europe 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43
    USA/UK 14 14.5 15 15.5 16 16.5 17 17.5
    Women's Clothes
    Europe 38 40 42 44 47 50 52
    USA 8 10 12 14 16 18 20
    UK 10 12 14 16 18 20 22

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    36-37 S 14-14.5 34-36 28-30 32-33 33-34
    33-39 M 15-15.5 38-40 32-35 33-34 34-35
    41-42 L 16-16.5 42-44 36-38 34-35 35-36
    43-44 XL 17-17.5 46-43 40-42 35-36 36-37
    45-46 XXL 18-18.5 50-52 44-46 36-37 36-37
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    1X 17-17.5 46-48 42-44 34-35
    2X 18-18.5 50-52 46-48 35-36
    3X 19-19.5 54-56 50-52 35-36
    4X 20-20.5 58-60 54-56 35-36
    5X 21-22 62-64 58-60 36
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    30 0 XS 31-32 23-24 33.5-34.5
    32 2 XS 32-33 24-25 34.5-35.5
    34 4 S 33-34 25-26 35.5-36.5
    36 6 S 34-35 26-27 36.5-37.5
    38 8 M 35-36 27-28 37.5-38.5
    40 10 M 36-37 28-29 38.5-39.5
    42 12 L 37.5-38.5 30-31 40-41
    44 14 L 39-40 31-32 41.5-42.5
    46 16 XL 40.5-41.5 32.5-33.5 43-44
    48 18 XL 41.5-42.5 33.5-34.5 43.5-44.5
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    2P XS 31.5-32.5 23.5-24.5 33.5-34.5
    4P S 32.5-33.5 24.5-25.5 34.5-35.5
    6P S 33.5-34.5 25.5-26.5 35.5-36.5
    8P M 34.5-35.5 26.5-27.5 36.5-37.5
    10P M 35.5-36.5 27.5-28.5 37.5-38.5
    12P L 37-38 29-30 39-40
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    14W 1X 40-42 41.5-43.5 41-43
    16W 1X 42-44 43.6-46.5 43-45
    18W 2X 44-46 46.5-47.5 46-47
    20W 2X 46-48 47.5-49.5 47-49
    22W 3X 48-50 49.5-51.5 49-51
    24W 3X 51-52 51.5-53.5 51-53


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    Gisele Bundchen, Heidi Klum, Molly Sims, Rebecca Romijn, Alessandra Ambrosio, Tyra Banks, Katie Price, Cindy Crawford, Naomi Campbell, Trish Stratus, Christie Brinkley, Claudia Schiffer, Kate Moss - New York Fashion Week - 2.

    Did You Know?
    1. PVH Corp (known as Phillips-Van Heusen), an American manufacturer of affordable shirts produced in factories in 40 countries, owns the Tommy Hilfiger and Calvin Klein, Van Heusen, IZOD, ARROW, Speedo, Warner's and Olga brands; it also made Trump dress shirts, tuxedo shirts and neckwear until 2/2016.
    2. Calvin Klein "is seldom involved in the design and the development of products bearing his name" and "all activities are subcontracted to licensees".
    3. For 214 years until 2012, it was illegal in Paris, France, for women to wear any form of men's wear (e.g.; trouser).
    4. In 9/2013 the French Senate voted to ban beauty pageants for children under 16 and to impose up to two years in prison and steep fines of up to $30,000 euros for adults who try to enter children into illegal pageants or run illegal/underground pageants themselves.
    5. Textiles can be made from many materials, which mainly come from animal (wool, silk), plant (cotton, flax, jute), mineral (asbestos, glass fibre), and synthetic (nylon, polyester, acrylic). In the 20th century, textiles were supplemented by artificial fibres made from petroleum.
    6. Silk is a strong, light, soft, and sensuous fabric produced from cocoons of the Bombyx caterpillar, or silkworm.
    7. Burberry was founded by 21-year old Thomas Burberry, who invented gabardine - the breathable, weatherproof and hardwearing fabric - in 1856.
    8. Many stores create an "illusion" of deep discount by using their deceptive sales practices with tags containing made-up “Manufacturer’s Suggested Retail Price”, "MSPR" or "List Price", and offer to sell the products at "our price", which is a much lower price, to fool shoppers into believing they were getting big bargains. In June 2016, Michael Kors Holdings agreed to pay at least $4.88 million and change its sales practices to settle a class action lawsuit claiming it used deceptive tags. Another class-action lawsuit that accuses JCPenney's use of deceptive discount practices also recently received the go-ahead from a federal judge in the U.S.
    9. Astronauts don’t do laundry during their space trip, they just throw their underwear out of the ship and let it burn up on its way back to the Earth.
    10. The average American household spends about 3.8 percent of their income on clothing or around $2,000 per year, per household.
    11. The average clothing cost per month for each American is approximately $67.00.
    12. As of 9/2014, the average waist size in the U.S. is 38 inches for women and 40 inches for men.
    13. Top five exporters of textiles in 2013 were China ($274B), India ($40B), Italy ($36B), Germany ($35B) and Bangladesh ($28B).
    14. The first fashion designer was Charles Frederick Worth (1825 - 1895).
    15. At 28, Alexander Wang is the rising star who built a global multimillion-dollar business in less than a decade.
    16. In the U.S. you pay around 9 times what an item costs to make in China. For example, when you buy a hooded sweatshirt, most of your money is going to the retailer, the brand, and the various buyers that shuttle the garment between the two. The item itself costs very little to make - a $50 hoodie at the Gap likely costs about $6 or $7 to produce at an Asian manufacturing facility.
    17. A 1.2-mile-long wedding-gown train, 200.8 meter-long dress was made in China in 2007. A world-record-busting 1.85-mile-long wedding-gown train was recorded in Romania on March 20, 2012; it was certified as the longest bridal train in history by the Guinness World Records.
    18. The Marilyn Monroe's 'Subway' dress sold for $4.6 million at Debbie Reynolds auction in June 2011. Another dress that she wore at JFK’s birthday at Madison Square Garden in 1962 was also sold about $1.26 million at a Christie’s auction in 1999.
    19. When the former First Lady of the Philippines Imelda Marcos and her husband, Ferdinand Marcos, were kicked out of their palace and exiled in 1986, she left behind staggering amounts of personal belongings, clothes and art objects at the palace, including 2,700 pairs of pumps, stilettos and sling backs. Almost 2,000 of these shoes were partly destroyed by termites and floods after lying in storage in the Philippines for 26 years since she exiled; 765 pairs of Marcos' shoes remain undamaged in Marikina's shoe museum.
    20. In 1571, in England during Queen Elizabeth I's rule, a law was created that mandated that anyone over the age of seven must wear a hat on Sundays.
    21. Americans spent about $2.5 billion each year on Halloween costumes.
    22. Ten handbag's brands that most women like to have are Coach, Louis Vuitton, Gucci, Dooney & Bourke, Prada, Kate Spade, Burberry, Fendi, Channel, and Ralph Lauren.
    23. The most expensive clothing brands are Gucci, Channel, Prada, Armani, Marc Jacobs, Dior, Guess, Fendi, Versace, and Valentino.
    24. Old Navy got its name from a bar in Paris. In 1994, the creator of Old Navy, Inc., Ken Rapp, was visiting Paris, France and came upon a cafe distinctly named Old Navy Cafe; Old Navy was named after this visit.
    25. The dress Marilyn Monroe wore in a subway-grate scene in the movie "The Seven Year Itch" (1955) was sold $4.6 million at an auction in May 2011
    26. The most expensive shirt, which is valued at $45,000, was made by Swedish shirt-making company Eton; its studs and cufflinks are encrusted with diamonds.
    27. The most expensive necktie, which was made of pure silk with a decoration of 150 grams of gold and 271 diamonds weighing 77 carats, was purchased by Bollywood film star Salman Khan in 2003 for $220,000.
    28. The most expensive jean was a 501 jean made in the US in 1880s and purchased by a Japanese collector for $60,000 in 2005.
    29. Reasons men should not tuck in a shirt?
    30. Silk is a strong, light, soft, and sensuous fabric produced from cocoons of the Bombyx caterpillar, or silkworm.
    31. The cheongsam (known as a "qi pao" in Mandarin) is a tight form-fitting Chinese dress with thigh-high slits and a high-collar. Traditionally a dress worn by Manchu women, it received some international exposure in the Suzie Wong film. The slit is supposed to rise no higher than mid thigh.
    32. New clothes should be washed before children wear them, especially if the clothing will be in direct contact with the skin.
    33. Clothes that are dry cleaned will last longer.
    34. Fashion Week is not only dictating clothing trends, but it is also about the latest in accessories: shoes, bags, jewelry, hats and make-up.
    35. About 40 Fashion Weeks are held in different cities around the world every year, and the most biggest and prestigious ones are held in New York, London, Milan and Paris.
    36. Each of the Big Four is known for championing different styles – New York for sportswear; London for edgy, avant-garde design; Milan for its over-the-top yet stylish looks; and Paris for haute couture.
    37. New York Fashion Week is the oldest one, having been inaugurated in 1943 by fashion publicist Elenor Lamber.
    38. The first fashion magazine was originated in 1586 in Frankfurt, Germany.
    39.  New York City’s fashion industry employs over 175,000 people and generates $10 billion in total wages.
    40. In France, married men use more cosmetics than their wives.
    41. The first bra was created by Mary Phelps, a New York socialite in 1913. Ida Rosenthal started designing bras with different cup sizes in 1921.
    42. Prior to 1850, 70 percent of the clothes worn were hand-stitched by the people who wore them.
    43. A clothing item is considered vintage if it was made between 1920 and 1960. Outside this period, it is considered to be retro.
    44. Clothes that are dry cleaned often last longer.
    45. The skirt is the second oldest women's garment in history. It's preceded only by the loincloth.
    46. 66% of American women have kept a pair of jeans that are too small for them in the hope that one day they will fit again.
    47. Toronto, Canada, is home to more than 550 apparel manufacturers with wholesale shipments totaling nearly $1.4 billion annually or 16% of the $9 billion Canadian market.
    48. 81 million American women - 50% of the female adult population - wear clothing in sizes 14 and larger.
    49. Some 65 million American women - 40% of the female adult population - wear a size 12 or bigger.
    50. Over 50% of the consumer population is not satisfied with the fit of off-the-rack clothes.
    51. In North America, the average person consumes over 80 pounds of textiles per year.
    52. Fashion and apparel industry is the second largest industry next to agriculture in terms of water consumption.
    53. Woman uses average 6 pounds of lipstick in a year but few of them know that one ingredient frequently used in manufacturing lipsticks is fish scales.
    54. Elizabeth I of England loved hats so much that she made it mandatory for all females over the age of 7 to wear a hat on Sundays and holidays.
    55. Napoleon Bonaparte dictated that buttons be attached to jacket sleeves to stop the annoying habit soldiers had of wiping their runny noses on their jacket sleeves.
    56. Perfume is an over $10 million dollar industry. It's been used as far back as the Ancient Egyptians.
    57. The modern era of perfume began in 1921 with Coco Channel's launch of Chanel No. 5, an exotic floral blend, created by Ernest Beaux.
    58. The first fake eyelashes made out of human hair were invented D.W. Griffith, a Hollywood movie producer, to enhance the look of actress Seena Owen’s eyes for a 1916 film.
    59. Neiman Marcus had the first customer loyalty program (InCircle), and the first in-store gift-wrapping service.
    60. Bavarian-born Levi Strauss moves to Gold Rush era San Francisco in 1853 to open a dry goods business. He sold clothes, boots and other goods to the small retail stores of the American West. The first pair of Levi jeans was sold for about $5 worth of gold dust in the mid 1850s
    61. Woodblock printing, which is a technique for printing text, images or patterns, is the oldest of these dating back to at least 220 CE in China; it is still used in India and elsewhere today.

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    International Male Apparel Sizes

    Suit Jackets
    AMERICAN EUROPEAN BRITISH AUSTRALIAN JAPANESE
    32 42 32 32 S
    34 44 34 34 S
    36 46 36 36 S
    38 48 38 38 M
    40 50 40 40 L
    42 52 42 42 L
    44 54 44 44 LL
    46 56 46 46 LL
    48 58 48 48 LL


    Coats
    AMERICAN EUROPEAN BRITISH AUSTRALIAN JAPANESE
    32 42 32 32 S
    34 44 34 34 S
    36 46 36 36 S
    38 48 38 38 M
    40 50 40 40 L
    42 52 42 42 L
    44 54 44 44 LL
    46 56 46 46 LL
    48 58 48 48 LL


    Sweaters
    AMERICAN EUROPEAN BRITISH AUSTRALIAN JAPANESE
    32 42 32 32 S
    34 44 34 34 S
    36 46 36 36 S
    38 48 38 38 M
    40 50 40 40 L
    42 52 42 42 L
    44 54 44 44 LL
    46 56 46 46 LL
    48 58 48 48 LL


    Shirts
    AMERICAN EUROPEAN BRITISH AUSTRALIAN JAPANESE
    14 36 14 36 87
    14.5 37 14.5 37 91
    15 38 15 38 97
    15.5 39 15.5 39 102
    16 41 16 41 107
    16.5 42 16.5 42 112
    17 43 17 43 117
    17.5 44 17.5 44 122
    18 46 18 46 129


    Pants
    AMERICAN (INCHES) INTERNATIONAL (CENTIMETERS)
    28 71
    30 76
    32 81
    34 86
    36 91.5
    38 96.5
    40 101.5
    42 106.5
    44 112
    46 117
    48 122


    Shoes
    AMERICAN EUROPEAN BRITISH AUSTRALIAN JAPANESE
    5 37.5 4.5 4.5 23
    5.5 38 5 5 23.5
    6 38.5 5.5 5.5 24
    6.5 39 6 6 24.5
    7 39.5 6.5 6.5 25
    7.5 40 7 7 25.5
    8 41 7.5 7.5 26
    8.5 42 8 8 26.5
    9 43 8.5 8.5 27
    9.5 43.5 9 9 27.5
    10 44 9.5 9.5 28
    10.5 44.5 10 10 28.5
    11 45 10.5 10.5 29
    11.5 45.5 11 11 29.5
    12 46 11.5 11.5 30
    12.5 46.5 12 12 30.5
    13 47 12.5 12.5 31
    13.5 47.5 13 13 31.5
    14 48.5 13.5 13.5 32
    14.5 49 14 14 32.5


    Hats
    AMERICAN ALPHA SIZE AMERICAN NUMERIC SIZE EUROPEAN BRITISH AUSTRALIAN JAPANESE
    XS 6.5 53 6.375 53 53
    S 6.75 55 6.625 55 55
    M 7 57 6.875 57 57
    M 7.25 59 7.125 59 59
    L 7.5 61 7.375 61 61
    XL 7.75 63 7.625 63 63


    Belts
    AMERICAN (INCHES) INTERNATIONAL (CENTIMETERS)
    26 66
    28 71
    30 76
    32 81
    34 86
    36 91
    38 96.5
    40 102
    44 107
    46 117
    48 122
    50 127
    52 132
    54 137
    56 142


    International Traditional Dresses

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    Apparel - Top $ Sale Companies (U.S.)

    Famous Stores
    • Adidas - One of the world's largest brand-name apparel for sports.
    • Aeffe - The French group operates worldwide in the fashion and luxury goods, including prêt-a-porter, footwear and leather goods.
    • Bergdorf Goodman - The store offers shoppers classic high-end fashions, top housewares and accessories designed for a younger, affluent audience.
    • Bloomingdale's - The store offers overwhelm, fantastic sales and a diverse array of merchandise for all ages of shoppers.
    • Dockers/Levi Strauss - One of the world's largest brand-name apparel marketers with sales in more than 100 countries.
    • Eddie Bauer - An international, multi-channel company with catalogs, over 425 stores and an award-winning Web site.
    • Federated - As a leading American retailer ... with one of the 100 largest corporate workforces in the world. Federated Department Stores owns Macy's andBloomingdale's.
    • Gap - One of the world's largest specialty retailers with three of the most recognized and respected brands in the apparel industry — Gap, Banana Republic and Old Navy.
    • Givenchy - One of the world's largest specialty retailers with its headquarters in France.
    • Gucci - One of the largest luxury largest specialty retailers with its headquarters in New York, where the world's largest Gucci flagship is located.
    • Guess - One of the most widely recognized brands in the world. The Company designs and markets a leading lifestyle collection of casual apparel and accessories for women, men, children, and babies.
    • Harrods - One of the world’s most famous luxury department store for exclusive fashion and beauty products, including a wide selection of designer clothing's, handbags and accessories.
    • Henri Bendel - Founded in 1896, the store offers youthful fashion and beauty products for shoppers.
    • JC Penney - A well-known department of stores with of over 1,100 stores in all 50 U.S. states, Puerto Rico, and Mexico, and Brazil.
    • Harvey Nichols - A well-known international luxury lifestyle store offering many of the world's most prestigious brands in women's wear, menswear, accessories, beauty, food and home.
    • House of Fraser - A luxury lifestyle department store group with 62 enviable locations across the UK and Ireland for more than 150 years.
    • Kmart - An empire of more than 1,800 stores in the U.S., with its name became a symbol of Americana, standing for quality products at low prices.
    • L.L. Bean - Headquartered in Freeport, Maine, L.L. Bean operates a worldwide catalog business, an award-winning Web site and Retail Stores and Factory Stores throughout the U.S. East Coast.
    • Lands End - A direct merchant of traditionally styled clothing products through catalogs, on the Internet and in Inlet stores.
    • Liz Claiborne - One of well-known fashion stores that designs and markets an extensive range of women's and men's fashion apparel and accessories appropriate to wearing occasions ranging from casual to dressy.
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    • Lord & Taylor - Founded in 1826, the store features American designers and offers shoppers good value women's and men's fashion apparel and accessories.
    • Macy's - Macy's - the most famous department store with over 800 stores in the U.S. - offers shoppers various merchandise ranging from clothing to kitchenwares at moderate to high prices.
    • Marks and Spencer - One of the UK's leading retailers with 21 million people visiting its stores each week.
    • Old Navy - Found in 1994, Old Navy, which has more than 1,000 stores in the United States and Canada, offers merchandise fashion oriented teens to adults.
    • Peter Jones - A luxury lifestyle department store with many locations in the UK offering famous-name fashion brands, relaxing beauty rooms, favorite beauty products, and luxury designer handbags and accessories.
    • Polo - A leader in the design, marketing and distribution of premium lifestyle products, including apparel, home accessories, and fragrances, in both the U.S. and international markets.
    • Saks Fifth Avenue - Located in the Upper East Side of Manhattan, New York city, Saks Fifth Avenue is a luxury American specialty store offering shoppers a wide array of top-quality merchandise.
    • Sears - A well-known department store in the U.S., Sears operated 863 mall-based retail stores, and an additional 1,200 retail locations outside of malls. Sears Canada operates 125 full-line stores, 176 specialty stores, and 1,550 independently owned catalog agents and dealer stores.
    • Target - As a general merchandise retailer, Target provides value to American consumers through multiple retail formats ranging from upscale discount and moderate-priced, to full-scale department stores. It also owns Marshall Field's and Mervyn's, and each has its own distinct brand.
    • Wal Mart - The largest department stores in the U.S., Wal-Mart has more than 1,300 stores in nine countries and employs more than 300,000 associates.
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