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By Tammy Bruce
Obama's senseless flight ban punished an ally and no one else
Topic - Aslaug Magnusdottir
"Fashion Week has always been a press-focused event with a lot of buzz. Then customers were able to see every single style online but they still couldn't secure those styles. They had to wait for their local stores or online retailer to decide to order that style _ and hopefully in your size. There's a disconnect there," Magnusdottir said.
"Certain styles will be available for shorter lead time ... and this is something I think will be a natural development within the industry and it'll happen more and more," Magnusdottir said.