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BRISTOL, England—For more than 40 years, the hair-and-makeup company Rose Custom Dressmaking has been making and selling a range of designer-made dresses and dresses with the same distinctive style.

Now the company, which has been in operation for 40 years in the heart of London, is expanding to the United States.

Its newest American branch, Rose Custom Dresses in North Carolina, will open at the new Rose Street in Manhattan, the company said in a statement.

The company said its new U.S. branch is expected to open in mid-October.

Rose Custom is a global designer of the fine, formal and informal styles that have made it famous in London and across Europe.

In the United Kingdom, the name Rose Custom originated from a London fashion designer and it is also the name of the company’s American branch.

The new branch will focus on the finer details of design and will be able to source its own fabrics, the statement said.

Rose custom dresses are sold by the mill in a variety of different sizes and styles, with some having to be customized.

A number of high-end designer-owned firms, including the Ralph Lauren brand, have been involved in the production of Rose custom dressings for years.

For more on the new company, visit rosecustomdresses.com.

The Rose Custom brand has been one of the most iconic and successful designer-branded clothing companies in the world for more than a quarter-century.

The iconic designer-designed dresses that have adorned its runway are now being exported to the U.K., Germany, Japan, the United Arab Emirates, South Korea, and Australia, as well as to some 30 countries in Latin America, Africa, the Middle East, and Asia, according to Rose Custom’s website.

The brand has had more than 300 locations around the world.

The U.N. agency’s International Trade Advisory Committee called Rose Custom “a remarkable company,” which is the first time it has called for such a sweeping and comprehensive listing.

“We welcome the inclusion of the Rose Custom logo on the International Trade Commission’s list of brands, and welcome the International Commission to include this brand as a member of the international community’s list,” said Francesco S. Cifaldi, a trade expert and chair of the ITC’s trade advisory committee.

The ITC was set up in 1995 to help international trade authorities deal with counterfeiting and other international trade disputes.