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>> The tightest squeeze in three years, and that's not a reference to the latest designs on show at this year's London Fashion Week. It's the finances of British households that are feeling the pinch. IHS markets monthly index fell more than half a point in September, with the quarters average at its lowest since 2014.
With Brexit looming too, the fashion industry is nervous.>> What it is is about being ready and making sure that we have the case studies, the information, the evidence to back up why we feel as an industry we're pushing for talent, for visas, for, of course, that tariff-free access and their frictionless borders.
>> London is staging 90 shows and presentations over 5 days. Ana Hindmarch, just one of the British talents making up a largely anti-Brexit industry.>> When polled, 96 percent of the creative industries voted to stay in the EU so what is quite clear is the value placed on European kind of trade relations by the creative industries.
>> Big business is on the government's case, too. An industry body representing more than 100 major firms is calling for a three-year transition deal to protect jobs and give Britain more time to remodel its economy.