Marks & Spencer's Belinda Earl: Style can help you focus on your career

The M&S style director argues fashion can give women the inner confidence to get ahead.

by Rachel Savage, Tas Underwood
Last Updated: 26 Nov 2014

Marks & Spencer style director Belinda Earl argues the retailer is listening to its customers when it comes to fashion, despite declining clothes sales.

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