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The companies are making larger sizes of slim-cut jeans, jackets and other trendy clothes that are hard to find elsewhere.MVP Collections, founded a year ago, sells velour hoodies in sizes up to 6XL and motorcycle jeans that go up to a size 54 .He also recently bought a blazer from Asos that he wears to his standup shows.Men have long had big-and-tall shops to turn to, but young shoppers say they don't find the trendy clothes they crave there. At Asos, it was the positive feedback from its women's plus-size line launched about eight years ago that pushed the company to create one for men, head designer Nick Eley says. Asos says about 15 percent of its men's line is available in bigger sizes, and it expects to increase the number. About 30 brands, such as Puma also make big and tall sizes for the site.
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