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Product recall for jeans from Cotton On and The Iconic

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  • July 21, 2015
  • Elly Strang
Product recall for jeans from Cotton On and The Iconic

Trousers sold in New Zealand through two prominent retailers may contain a cancer-causing dye. One style of women’s jeans sold through Cotton On and seven lines of men’s pants and shorts offered by online site The Iconic are being recalled due to the risk that they could contain azo-colourant dyes.

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The Bachelor’s final rose goes to… The Iconic

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  • May 12, 2015
  • Elly Strang
The Bachelor’s final rose goes to… The Iconic

Contestant Matilda Rice may have won the heart of bachelor Arthur Green, but online clothing retailer The Iconic won the eyeballs of the hit show’s viewers. In a clever retail marketing strategy, the Australian site was the exclusive wardrobe provider of dresses for the rose ceremonies on The Bachelor NZ.

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