Etam


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Etam

(ē`təm), in the Bible. 1 Village, S ancient Palestine. 2 Town of Judah, SW of Bethlehem. 3 Cleft rock, where Samson hid. These may be the same.
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An advertising executive said I was fresh and I know how important it is to be myself - just what they need at Etam he said.
Clothes retailers have also played a part, with Monsoon taking many of the Etam stores, providing new and exciting shop fronts.
My black capri pants were pounds 25 from Etam and my white shirt was pounds 15 from Littlewoods.
Monsoon chairman Peter Simon said the past year had been the most challenging in the company's history after the purchase of 43 Etam stores turned out to be more complex than anticipated.
Monsoon boosted its trading space by 30% when it bought 47 former Etam sites in April.
Pre-tax profits after exceptional items, such as costs linked to the Etam deal, rose 20% to pounds 53.
Etam and Virginware in the Lower Precinct have both closed down.
FASHION chain Monsoon boosted its trading space by almost a third yesterday after taking on 47 Etam stores in a deal with retail tycoon Philip Green.
BHS owner Philip Green has begun breaking up the Etam chain by selling some of their stores to Monsoon and the Office shoes business.
Staff at the Etam fashion shop in Huddersfield have been raising money to make dreams come true.
The high-street stores seem to agree that the suit is making its comeback this autumn - from posh stores like Crombie to value shops like Etam.