Examining the trend of ethnic clothing in London
Ethnic clothing is a kind of clothing concept accepted in certain communities. It reflects the distinctive cultural traits of a group or people or country. This research work tries to examine the trend of ethnic clothing in London.
For that purpose, primary data is to be collected from 50 customers from different streets of London.
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