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Over the past 20 years, one word disrupted the fashion industry and changed it more than any other single trend: fast. At the helm of this movement has been Inditex, a Spanish firm that originally started as a dress maker Galicia during the 60’s and has now become a collection of more than 100 companies worldwide.
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