© Reuters. FILE PHOTO: A mannequin walks on an in-house catwalk on the headquarters of British on-line trend retailer ASOS in London, Britain, April 1, 2014. REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett//File Photograph
By James Davey and Lisa Baertlein
LONDON/LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – Provide bottlenecks, slower product deliveries and better freight and labour prices threat shifting the quick trend business into the gradual lane, as proven this week by British on-line trend retailer ASOS (LON:).
A enterprise mannequin that goals to deliver new types into shops each three or so weeks and the place customers count on to see contemporary, moderately priced