By  on March 17, 2010

If the economic recovery stays on track, the fashion world just might have to adjust to something it hasn’t seen in almost two decades: inflation.

The upward swing in prices would mark a stark turnaround from the steady slide in costs that has been the industry norm as retailers and suppliers found ever-less-expensive sources of supply. But with wage pressures rising in China, raw materials prices climbing and demand beginning to recover worldwide from both consumers and manufacturers, there is a growing sense deflationary pressures could be easing and its opposite might begin to take hold.

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