U.S. retailers pick up the fast-fashion pace

U.S. apparel retailers including Gap, American Eagle Outfitters and Macy's are ramping up efforts to win back fashion-conscious customers from international fast-fashion rivals including H&M and Zara. The retailers are placing smaller factory orders, making last-minute color and design decisions and moving goods from warehouses to sales floors much faster, industry experts say.

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