MILAN — Italian fashion retailing is finally catching up to the rest of the world’s.
The global fast-fashion chains are rolling in, led by such companies as Zara, Hennes & Mauritz and Mango. The move is quickly reshaping the country’s traditional shopping methods, which are predicated on thousands of small, independent mom-and-pop stores where personal service, generally high prices and leisurely shopping trips are key.
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