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Today, WWD reports on where teenage girls have been putting their parents' money over the last 12 months, per Chicago-based, Teenage Research Unlimited, which does studies like "The TRU Study: 2008 Spring Update" that gives us this kind of info. The fashion trade gives some crazy stats, such as "U.S. teens still spent just more than $70 on average in a one-week period, down from the $83 reported in the previous fall wave," and "U.S. teens have spent $1.65 trillion over the past 10 years." Who knew Aeropostale had made such a comeback? [WWD, subscription req]
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