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Young designer seeks to put Malagasy fashion on the map

By Reuters
06 October 2019   |   9:37 am
Sitraka Rakoto, one of Madagascar's up and coming designers, is hoping to transform the local fashion industry and get more people to buy clothes from the local market.

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