CLOT "Business As Usual" T-shirt

With the swirling rumors and gossip surrounding the fate of Hong Kong retailer Juice and its brand CLOT following the Edison Chen scandal, the group has released a “Business As Usual” t-shirt to mark the re-opening of Juice this Friday. Also be on the lookout for an upcoming interview with Edison Chen you don’t want to miss.

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With the swirling rumors and gossip surrounding the fate of Hong Kong retailer Juice and its brand CLOT following the Edison Chen scandal, the group has released a “Business As Usual” t-shirt to mark the re-opening of Juice this Friday. Also be on the lookout for an upcoming interview with Edison Chen you don’t want to miss.

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