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I agree I don't think the Row's problems stem from the economy.

(You could even argue an economic downturn might have the advantage of lower rents).

The Row, and indeed all bespoke tailoring, suffers from the fact that, to paraphrase the 'Tailor of Panama', most people don't know the difference between 400 years of tradition, and an Italian gents' outfitter.

If the Row could survive the sartorial holocaust of the 1960s, where craftsman-made clothing was replaced almost overnight by mass produced rubbish, it can survive anything; though I agree there is likely to be a contraction.
 
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