High Clothing makes clothes for three groups: Men, women and "friends." This might seem confusing at first, until you check out the "friends" slideshows, and realize that anyone wearing any of these outfits definitely needs to be in a category of his or her own. (Also, you'll learn it's probably more trouble than it's worth to decide whether some of these people belong in "men" or "women.") High Clothing claims to have the "most colorful clothes online," and this might well be true, but while browsing their selections, you'll soon understand the dubious nature of this distinction.
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