The sheer pants debacle forced the performance-wear retailer to recall a batch of the garments that it deemed too see-through in March. Earlier this month, the company announced that problems with the pants had been fixed with the revamped luon fabric line. Lululemon has been careful to consider how its revamped black luon pants will affect public perception of the brand. Dorothy Crenshaw, the CEO and creative director of public relations agency Crenshaw Communications, said that Lululemon is likely going overboard with the aggressive education of its customers, though it may be necessary under the circumstances. The launch of the black pants seems to have garnered a lot of attention from the public as well, as Lululemon tries to prove to the world that it fixed the issues that caused the recall. Lululemon has suffered a turbulent few months since the recall.
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According to the ECB it would be manageable but very expensive, not only for the crisis-troubled country, but for the whole region. His view is echoed by economic experts. She added: "The EU has stretched itself to its near limit in particular by having to request aid for outside sources, such as the IMF merely keeping Greece the 15th largest economy in the EU within its economic borders". By the end of the year Greece managed to gain back investor confidence.
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Subscriber Account active since. Why is this? Regardless of these issues, however, the plus-size fashion industry is an increasingly growing and important one that cannot, and will not, continue to be ignored.
Now it appears that their hopes of forming a ruling coalition are falling apart like a card-castle. Barroso compared the single currency to a club, the rules of which are binding for members. The President of the European Commission said however highly he respects Greek democracy, he cannot neglect the needs of the other 16 eurozone member states. He stressed that if Athens cannot respect agreements reached, he sees no reason why the EU should not part company with Greece.