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“Esquire is starting perhaps the most ambitious new e-commerce venture from a magazine, which it is calling Clad.”
“Marvin Windows and Doors has debuted a new line of glider windows called the Clad Ultimate Glider at the International Builders' Show.”
“And on Wednesday, Esquire will launch a retail site, in a partnership with JC Penney Co. Inc., called Clad.”
“All Clad Pots & Pans are made in a Pennsylvania factory that buys all its metal from U.S. suppliers and has been around since 1960 -- and is sold at most retailers.”
“Clad in jeans and cowboy boots, musician John "JB" Bell reclined in a green fabric and metal chair on a Saturday morning, surrounded by 16 computers sitting on shelves about a foot from the ceiling.”
“Clad in Victorian-explorer garb, complete with pith helmet, he is eager to talk about his planned trip across the Atlantic.”
“Clad in Grey Bark, the house makes reference to the timber clad cottage that sat on the site previously.”
“In November, it created a new business unit to develop new retail concepts, including a big-and-tall men's division called Foundry and an e-commerce site for young style-conscious men called Clad.”
“Clad in a blue and white jacket and sneakers, "School Uniform Boy" gets further and further into his routine, striking slick poses to the beat of the music with the occasional comment from the amateur cameramen.”
“Clad in a rollneck and forever gently clasping a glass of red wine, Lucont represents all the jokes and illusions we have about the French taken to an exaggerated and absurd level.”
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