Sales of Gossard lingerie soared by 65% in the past year thanks to a recent craze for racy Burlesque fashion and dancing. Thousands of women have taken up the exotic dance in recent months and the craze is set to gather pace following this month's launch of the movie Burlesque starring Christina Aguilera.
Gossard lingerie sales soar 65%
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