PARIS — The Premiere Classe and Eclat de Mode accessories and jewelry trade fairs, which ended their four-day runs here Jan. 26, found retailers and vendors open to negotiation in an effort to meet the needs of price-conscious consumers.
The Premiere Classe and Who’s Next salons, which shared the same hall, attracted 49,460 visitors, up 17 percent compared with January 2009’s session, including a 36 percent increase in foreign retailers.
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