Marie-Eve Faust calls for standard clothing sizing: The New York Times

Marie-Eve Faust, director of PhilaU’s fashion merchandising program, said manufacturers, retailers and brands need to agree to a standard labeling system to help customers find the right size and fit, The New York Times reported April 24 in “One Size Fits Nobody: Seeking a Steady 4 or 10.”  Faust, who said she had been discussing a new kind of label that takes into account the wearer’s shape, said, “It would be nice just to take the pant, look at the label and say, ‘That should fit me,'” she said. 

The story also ran in The Gainesville Sun  (Fla.) and The Ledger (Fla.) on April 25.

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