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BRONX, N.Y. - Alexander McQueen Trading and its parent Kering do not let black employees work on the sales floor, two such workers claim in court, saying the only time they are seen by customers "is when Kering searches them for theft in front of the other employees and customers."

While McQueen searches black inventory workers on the floor during business hours, white employees are screened for theft "after closing and in private," the complaint states.

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