he boom times for denim has created a hotbed of activity in the junior jeans sector.
For five years, LEI, Mudd and Paris Blues dominated the market, but today those brands have lots of competition. Lines like Angels and Bongo are climbing the junior jeans ladder by being trend-oriented, while selling pants for as little as $20.
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