Bespoke

The word bespoke has changed from a verb meaning "to speak for something" to its more modern usage as an adjective that has in the past described first tailor-made suits and shoes, to anything commissioned to a particular specification, and then to a general branding concept meaning exclusivity and limited runs.

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