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Monday, September 12, 2005
Want a machine to know your size? One major hassle of shopping is finding clothes that fit. One reason: Sizes vary so much. A Horsham firm's solution? Booths are use software to scan your bod and tell you what your size is in various brands. Read Wendy Tanaka's report, and tell us if you like the idea. For another take on fashion, visit Elizabeth Wellington's blog about the New York shows.