PARIS — The holiday season generated a boost in business for accessories and jewelry brands showing at the recent Premiere Classe and Eclat de Mode trade fairs here.
Retailers scrutinized prices, but were generally less tense about the economic downturn, exhibitors said. Combined traffic to Premiere Classe and the adjacent Who’s Next fair rose by 5 percent compared with last September’s session, to 57,733 visitors.
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